Wednesday, 30 January 2019

The excuse you have been looking for...

As a Femdomme and occasional Findomme it does get boring when a sub you've never spoken to before approaches you with the first message "Give me permission to tribute". The best first message when tribute is mentioned should be "Tribute sent". 
SO instead of looking for permission I have compiled a list of dates that GIVE YOU PERMISSION to tribute the Domme you have been lurking and watching and hoping to impress AND ideas for what to send them.
(These are UK celebrations and dates) 

1st January - New years day. Reimburse her for her night of frivolity.

5th February - Chinese new year. Find out the year she was born and gift her something that relates (I was born in 1983 the year of the Pig NATURALLY!)

1st March - St Davids Day - a bouquet of daffodils.

17th March - St Patricks day. Offer to buy some alcohol or a good luck charm.

20th March - March Equinox. Seeds or flowers which can be planted in the garden to celebrate the spring.

31st March - Mothers day. Buy TWO bouquets one for Mistress and one for the superior woman who birthed her.

19th April - Good Friday. Chocolate is always a good choice for Easter.

22nd April - Easter Monday. Chocolate is always a good choice for Easter.

23rd April - St Georges Day - Dragon themed gifts or a Komodo dragon meet the animal experience at my local zoo, I've done it before it was amazing.

6th  May - May day bank holiday. Money to spend having a day off.

27th May - Late May bank holiday. Money to spend having a day off.

25th June - Anniversary with my boyfriend. Money to spend on a meal, hotel and sexy lingerie. 

23rd September - Autumn equinox the celebration of harvest, a gift hamper would make an ideal gift.

6th October - Harvest festival. A gift hamper of jams and other hand made items.

28th Oct - My Birthday so wishlist items!

31st Oct - Halloween outfit from a wishlist or money for the evenings celebrations.

5th Nov - Guy Fawkes night. Money for the evenings celebrations.

30th Nov - St Andrews day. Shortbread? Whiskey? Tunnocks chocolate bar?

1st Dec - First day of advent. Hamper of fruit to symbolise the christingle.

25th Dec - Christmas Day wishlist items!

26th Dec - Boxing day wishlist items!