Sunday, December 25

Merry Christmas!

Thank you, dear readers, for your support again this year; particularly in the past few months where I've been distracted by real life and not blogging as frequently as I'd like to.

As I said in my last post, I see my blog as a safe place where I can be me. From the start I've loved processing aloud, sharing my thoughts with you all. But, increasingly, I'm also enjoying sharing the photographs that capture the spirit of me.

This year's photo was taken by my good friend Master Retep during a visit to Camden Town over the summer. It's very fitting as this year's photo, symbolising the main change in my life this year - the move to London. But also showing EJ's cheeky, girly side that lurks within the confident career girl who more regularly travels on the London Underground.  And the faint blush of a smacked bottom reminds me that I'm never too far away from my next spanking.

I hope you love this photo as much as I do. To my surprise and delight, Abel had it printed on canvas for me and it now proudly adorns my bedroom wall.

Merry Christmas to you all and I wish you lots of love and good fortune in 2012!


Abel1234 said...

The loveliest photo, and one that brings with it many lovely memories and thoughts.


sarah thorne said...

Merry Christmas to you!!!


Anonymous said...

I love the photo. I have fond memories of Camden Town, a great location for a photo of you.

I wish you the best this Christmas Day and hope that 2012 brings you much happiness.


Kaelah said...

Merry Christmas to you, Emma Jane, and may 2012 be a more light-hearted year for you than 2011! And thanks for sharing the photo. Aren't tube stations great? ;-)

Master Retep said...

Honoured to have had such a great photo opportunity. My personal favourite picture was taken 10 seconds later when that innocent woman walked out onto the platform and past you towards me. I'm not sure, though, that I want to track her down and explain why I need a publication release.

Wishing you love and hugs for 2012.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful! As a frequent user of Camden Town station, I shall never see it in the same light again!