Sunday, March 04, 2018

Quiet Jingle

I felt like I had a bell around my neck. Normally, I don't really pay much attention to the sound my collar makes as I move around the house. It does jingle, and Sir absolutely loves that, though. I have three o-rings on it that clink and clatter when I move.

But that night, Sir went to bed early. He had two interviews in the morning (HOORAY!). And a pinched nerve in his neck making him feel shitty.

I had some pressing volunteer work I had to finish, so I went to bed after him. I was trying to be quiet and respectful when coming to bed. I didn't turn on the lights. I used my phone light to find my pajamas and put them on. So as quiet as I am trying to be, naturally I fall trying to get into my PJ pants, which were half inside-out. A crash and a lot of jingling from my collar.

He didn't appear to wake, thankfully. Then I had forgotten to take my medicine, so I went to do that before bed. I come back in the room, thinking I don't need a light and crash directly into the laundry basket. A curse, and jingling everywhere.

You jingly little fuck!
It didn't seem like Sir woke up, but in the morning we were talking and he said he did remember that part, the laundry basket crash.

Dang. I thought I had managed. Well, I got my butt into bed and stopped interrupting Sir's sleep!

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29 comments:

  1. You made me LOL!

    Great image and story.

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    1. I'm glad you got a kick out of it, Silver Dom!

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  2. I can picture it -- it probably didn't feel "funny" while the crashing was happening, but your story made me grin. :)

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    1. Oh, I was cringing while it was happening, but its important to laugh at yourself later, right Mrs. Fever?

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  3. Goodness me can you imagine if he puts bells on each ring! 😆

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    1. I think it would drive him only slightly crazier than it would me, Daisy! Or else I'd *really* have to learn how to be graceful and quiet. :D

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  4. Great image, you look proud to be 'owned'. I always find that the more I try to be quiet, the more likely I am to do something clumsy (& loud!)

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    1. Thanks, Posy. Its been an evolution, that's for sure. But I am proud to be Sir's.

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  5. I'm the same as Posy I tend to be louder when I try to be quiet x

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    1. I definitely feel the same, LSB. I feel like everything is heightened when there is a sensory deprivation, even if small, or if it's just naturally quiet, or naturally dark!

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  6. I love the idea of a jingling collar. I really enjoyed your story too!
    Aurora x

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  7. The great laundry basket crash. I got a chuckle out of that. I quite like your collar though. Super sturdy.

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    1. Glad it amused, Cara. I didn't like my collar at first, but I'm fond of it now!

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  8. Hi Lea, I could just picture this too. The laundry basket crash made me giggle too. The more you try to be quiet the noisier we can be lol.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Exactly, Roz. I'm glad you laughed. I liken it to the faster I'm trying to be, the slower I am!

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  9. Your collar looks awesome and I always get up for a pee in the night and have fallen over things so many time. Luckily M can sleep through it all

    Mollyx

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    1. I'm glad he can sleep through it, Molly. Thank you for the challenge, I enjoyed it!

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  10. That is one cool collar.

    (I can also relate to 'jingle', but for different reasons.)

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    1. Thank you. I wasn't so fond of it at first, but I like it now.

      I bet you jingle a lot lower than the neck!

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  11. Classic. I would be right there with you, trying to be as quiet as possible, and in turn tripping and jingling all the way to bed.
    Amy

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  12. Such a proud tilt of the chin. You wear your collar very well indeed.

    KW

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  13. gosh, you know it's always the case that the quieter one tries to be, the MORE NOISE one makes. I had to laugh at this post tho.. twas funny!

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    1. I thought it was funny too! That is always the case isn't it? No matter what you're trying to do.. be quiet, be graceful, etc.

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  14. This s made me giggle. It’s me in bed early and him creeping around, I say creeping but there’s always a *crash* *bang* followed by an ‘oh shit!’

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    1. I'm giggling at your comment. "Creeping around". My Sir often unintentionally creeps around and scares the wits outta me.

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  15. Loved the story. I don't wear a collar, but I am in chastity, even at the gym. No matter how quick I am changing clothes, I'm always positive all the guys can hear the lock banging against the plastic of my CB-6000! Thanks for the story...just finding your blog and enjoying it.

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