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Instead I want to show you another (in what might be a series) of photos where I proudly show you my body. I am preparing for my reconstructive surgery and as I do so feel better about sharing what my mastectomy looks like.
This is the third (and final) photo from our recent trip to Oxford. I think you can see here that I am much more at home in my body. More positive and confident. This has been a journey I don’t recommend, but one which I am happy to share.
Hotel rooms offer up infinite opportunities for Sinful Sunday photos and we are lucky we travel often. This was taken in the same room as last week’s image, but as you can see the view is very different. Some of you may even recognise the location.
When Phyllis punts, she wields the pole
With tiny hands in dainty style,
Inconsequently chatting while
We slowly move towards our goal.
When Phyllis punts, I long to lie
And idly watch her laughing face,
For seldom does such lisson grace
As hers delight a lover’s eye.
BUT what with thrusting skiffs aside,
Entreating pardons by the score,
And pushing off from either shore –
I’m far too fully occupied – when Phyllis punts!
I think he is dreaming of Phyllis’ punting! This was the back drop to our bed this week in Oxford. It seemed a shame not to take a fun picture!
Following on from last week’s Sinful Sunday scene, today I present a different view. This time, me looking out from our hotel room in Utrecht. Of course, the reflection in the window also gives you something of a glance at our room. I really must post more of the room, since it was an amazing place, pretty much the bridal suite! Outside you can tell that we are close to Ikea!
After a busy, fun and somewhat tiring Eroticon weekend we managed to grab a lie in on Monday. That extra night was definitely worth it. So, feeling much more refreshed I headed for the shower. But not before being instructed to sit in front of the window. Our view was of the street and opposite a chain coffee shop. While I sat there, I was thinking of breakfast. I suspect Master though had thoughts of breakfast of a different type.
Master, who took these photos has edited them two different ways.