AFTERCARE – arnica rub (sinful sunday)

By | 10th February 2018

Last week I had a super intense three way BDSM session in a dungeon with Mistress Elita and her man. I knew from before that he was very skilled with a cane. It turns out that he’s just as good with a whip.

We played some complicated coin toss/dice game that involved a lot corporal punishment. It was fun. No, really – there was laughter and connection and intimacy, to go with the fear and challenge and pain. I’ll write about it soon.

We went for a dirty burger in a pub afterwards and Lilly joined us. That was also fun; Elita and I were high as kites on pain induced endorphins. The others were indulgent, rather like parents out with a couple of kids on way too much sugar.

Then it was back to a hotel room with Lilly. The important thing about Arnica is to rub it in soon after the impact and before the bruising appears.

That was Lilly’s job.

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She was very good at it. The light touch of her cool fingers over my super-sensitive skin was delicious.

In fact, my skin was so sensitive, it felt like I could read her fingerprints.

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Movie version (just a GIF). May take a moment to load.

One thing led to another. Well, to several other things.

They were delicious too.


More Sunday sin here:

Sinful Sunday

23 thoughts on “AFTERCARE – arnica rub (sinful sunday)

  1. MariaSibylla

    Oh my gosh, this is wonderful! I saw the photo on the thumbnail and thought, oooh, and then I saw the gif, I can’t stop watching. Captivating!

  2. Modesty Ablaze

    Just lovely . . . this could be the first time your image has overshadowed your words for me.
    Wonderfully soothing, wonderfully sensual !!!
    Xxx – K

  3. Mrs Fever

    What gorgeous hands Lilly has! And was that the tiniest scrape of her nails over your marks I just saw,, or was I imagining it? (I love doing that to freshly marked flesh. 😉 The little wiggle away/closer and accompanying intake of breath are just too delightful a temptation to pass up. 🙂 )

  4. Vida

    Beautiful gif!

    Can I leave a tiny bit of advice? No arnica on broken skin! You can take it orally (the homoepathic remedy, that is) for bruising, and rub on hypericum calendula cream for healing of broken skin – v effective.

  5. Posy Churchgate

    Wicked marks – so glad they were a joy to get. The arnica rub looks sensuous and well needed. I can vouch for arnica working well!


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