Call it rope drop, bottom drop, top drop (this one rhymes!) whatever you call it, it’s a real bummer!
Have you ever had this happen?
(switching to 2nd person writing, which I almost never do)
You go to a weeknight tying event. You meet a great friend a do a scene onstage. You’re in a great mood, she’s in a great mood. The rope co-operates, the scene is hot, the patterns work well, and the imagination is firing on all cylinders. Suspensions work, ground-play works, you have a great connection and intimacy, both sexy and fun! So much laughing, enjoyment, and pure bliss!
It’s a great night! Great pictures, compliments from onlookers, you’re on cloud 9, and so is your partner!
Sure, you’re out a little late, but there was no alcohol involved and you feel great the next morning – you practically wake up glowing. That next day you exchange texts with your rope partner about the great time and talk about which ties you liked best and how wonderful the whole night was. All the next day, you are practically floating! Continue reading “Rope Drop – dealing with it”