buy suhagra online
fake casting xxx Happy New Year! — Male Chastity Blog

Happy New Year!

by Sarah on December 31, 2010

Happy New Year, everyone.

I’ll keep this short because I have a busy evening planned – not least with John who still doesn’t know quite what to expect (but whatever he gets, if he hasn’t got what he wanted by midnight, he won’t be getting it in 2011, either).

But 2011 is for the future – and I really want to look back at 2010 for a moment. Because it’s been an incredible year. I had no idea when I launched the male chastity blog how successful and popular it would be. Seriously, I’m blown away by the whole thing.

And the icing on the cake must be the runaway success of Be Careful What You Wish For, the ultimate guide to male chastity. Again, I had no idea it would be so popular when I sat there, night after night, writing it. I thought I’d be lucky if 50 people downloaded it but at the moment the current count is over 400 and rising every day (with just 5 people asking for a refund, and not one of them because they didn’t like the book).

Add to that the comments from Ms Lori and Astrid Mende, and you can see why I’m on Cloud 9, can’t you?

And none of it would have happened if it hadn’t been for my beloved John, who first got me into the male chastity lifestyle and gave me not only the support (moral and technical), but also took on much of my workload in the business so I could concentrate on it when I needed to.

I am a very lucky girl, and I never forget it. And don’t worry – John will get his just reward these next 12 months. The only unknown is will he get to orgasm tonight… and even I don’t know the answer to that at the moment.

Decisions… decisions… 😉

Now, looking forward to 2011, I have a lot planned.

I think the blog needs a facelift, I definitely need to write more often (well behind on all my email, too), and I have lots of new material in the pipeline, both mine and some done in collaboration with others.

So, watch this space. I promise you won’t regret it.

In the meantime… have a great evening, and I’ll speak to you next year!

And remember… Be Careful What You Wish For!

Previous post:

Next post: