Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Friday, October 31, 2014
I remember years and years ago, when I was writing my LONG story A Closet Life on Daily Diapers, I actually did a marathon writing week right before Halloween. I wrote and published a new chapter every day until Halloween. Man that was a lot of writing, but it was a lot of fun too!
I continued writing that story for awhile after, until it came to a decent conclusion. I say 'decent' because I ended it on a cliffhanger. I wanted to continue writing the story, but I hit major writers block and it just got away from me. I've considered continuing it here in the past, but I don't feel it would be appropriate. Although, now that I'm writing this, I have a good idea how to bring it back...
Anyway, I'm writing a long post about social media right now that you can expect to see early next week. So, until then, have a happy and safe Halloween!
Thursday, September 18, 2014
While he was here we decided to take a day trip to Los Angeles to play tourist. Unfortunately for us, we went on one of the warmest possible days. So we're driving around all day in 100+ degrees in my 7 year old car whose AC just couldn't overcome the outside temps. We arrived in LA with a few destinations in mind and were able to hit all but 1.
We started off at the Griffith Observatory. I read that this is the best place to see the Hollywood sign since they cut off access to it from all other ways. Unfortunately we weren't able to see the shows in the observatory because we had our 1 year old with us and they don't allow anyone under 5. The observatory was pretty cool though, and the view of the Hollywood sign and the city skyline were pretty awesome.
After leaving the observatory we headed over toward the La brea Tar Pits. Let me tell you, that was a LONG drive through the city, and not the nice parts of the city. The tar pits, which aren't actually pits, and not even full of tar, were really cool. The museum was in need of an update, but it was interesting to walk the grounds and stumble upon some little pools of bubbling asphalt. The best part was watching my daughter laugh and repeat "kitty" over and over again while a person in a large saber tooth tiger costume was walking around during a show. My daughter loves our 3 cats, and that was one of her first words.
We then stopped for lunch at a place on Sunset Boulevard called Bossa Nova. It's a very good Brazilian restaurant in a not very good area. In fact, aside from immediately around the La Brea Tar Pits and the drive up the mountain to the Griffith Observatory, LA was a rather nasty place. Even the final touristy place we went to, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, was very dirty, busy, and severely underwhelming.
I still kind of want to see the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach and Disneyland, but that will have to wait for another time. We actually had Universal Studios annual passes last year, since we love Universal so much, so we've been there.
Final thoughts: Los Angeles was very underwhelming and did not live up to the hype. I haven't seen it all, but after this trip, I don't know if I even care to.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Step 2: ...
Step 3: Become incontinent!!!
No, this post is not about peeing in the shower.
Well maybe it is, a little bit, but not really.
The title of this article comes from the old teen forums on DPF (Diaper Pail Friends) so many years ago. I found DPF when I was kid and spent so many nights of my childhood browsing it's pages, praying my parents didn't open the door. Since I was just 13 when I found DPF, I frequented the teen baby forum. While I am grateful that DPF did separate the adult and teen forums, I think it made for an interesting situation.
The teen forum was filled with liked minded people who were in the same situation I was. So many of us were there for answers. We had been experiencing these new feelings inside us and found diapers and/or ageplay helped us to cope with the world. Of course, since everyone was in the same boat, no one had any real answers.
We were all there asking our questions and giving our opinion on what *insert random username* was going through. Sometimes it was something you were experiencing and could interject stories of your own experiences and "share a moment". Sometimes it was a way more adult question that needed a good answer, not just an opinion from someone in your age group.
Venturing into the adult forum looking for answers was an entirely different experience. It was somehow more real. Gone was the sugar coated playpen with cotton candy pillows and plushies galore. Say hello to real life. The adult forum was plagued by spam and down right nasty comments from non abdl friendly people. To be fair, I didn't delve into the adult forum until the early 2000's, so if it was once a nice place, please let me know so I can change my mind on it.
There was a great website brewing back then that answers many of the questions that I had. If only I knew about it! In 1998 Scarleteen was formed and has grown into an amazing place for upfront answers to your questions. They actually boast roughly 750,000 visitors per month, with most being between 15 and 25. It is also the highest ranking website for sexual education and sexual advice, and has been most of it's existence. If you have questions about sex or sexuality I encourage you to go check Scarleteen out. Also, as always, if you are under the age of 18, please seek out that site now and come back when you're 18. Thanks!
Back to the topic at hand.
I remember a specific topic from the teen forum on DPF that was, for some strange reason, stuck at the top of the forum for a very long time. It must have been a constant repost because it never had many responses. I felt like it was posted and taken down and reposted over and over again. It also seemed to spawn many other topics of the same nature. This, of course, was the innocent and immature question of "Will peeing in the shower help me become incontinent?" Of course that's a silly question. But it harkens back to a simpler time in my life.
I'm a pretty nostalgic person. Sometimes I miss being young and ignorant. I miss those days when all I knew was wearing or even just thinking about a diaper turned me on. Back when I thought maybe if you peed in the shower you could start to lose your bladder control. I felt like everyone wanted to be incontinent back then. There were so many topics about what to do, and regular progress reports.
I know many of you have gone incontinent by choice, and, while it's not for me, I applaud your determination.
But we all have to grow up some time. Eventually you will find the answers to your questions and you will find yourself. At some point you will even realize that peeing in the shower won't make you incontinent no matter how much you try. It does save water though.
Friday, August 8, 2014
You can see my new icon down below, and soon on all of my social networks.
Speaking of which...
Come follow me on twitter!
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On to the new icon!
Monday, August 4, 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
So we had another fire outside the other day. We were toasting marshmallows and making s'mores, and I had a couple beers. It was a good time with much relaxing.
Inevitably, if you have anything to drink, you'll have to make a trip to the bathroom. Since I wasn't diapered, I stood up and said "I have to pee, I'll be back."
My wife looked up at me, smiled, and said "Why don't you go put a diaper on, I know you want to."
Now, she has told me to diaper up many times in the past. She frequently does it in the bedroom, and she has walked out into the living room holding a diaper and powder exclaiming "Strip!" This was different. She has never told me to put a diaper on instead of going to use the bathroom.
Of course I complied with her suggestion. She never said anything about it for the rest of the night, and I never brought it up again. I was only slightly wet by bedtime so I changed before my shower the next morning.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
There was a brief pause. "I am aren't I." I replied, and sat back down.
Monday, July 14, 2014
I did notice one thing I was very surprised about though. I told you above that the new plastic is rather quiet, and soft to the touch. What hit me this morning, as I got out of bed, was just how quiet it became over night. It was almost completely silent this morning after I got up and walked around for a bit. This seemed to only happen with a dry diaper after being worn for a long time, as the wet one I tried first didn't get much quieter over night.
This may be a negative to a lot of people, but I didn't mind. I almost couldn't believe it was true. I moved around and stretched a lot trying to make it crinkle, and it was amazingly quiet.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Sorry for the rant. I'm not the happiest person about this issue.
In other news
My new Bambinos arrived yesterday! Just in time too, I only have 3 of my last case left. I should be able to try them out this weekend and let you all know how the newly redesigned core is in comparison to the previous one. Their website says the new design "increases the dispersion of urine while maximizing the function of the diaper greatly enhances its comfort." I'm also looking forward to the increased resistance of the core from tearing or bunching, both of which happen to me every time I wear them. Of course that would be because I don't often wet them. In fact I usually don't since my wife isn't too keen on the idea.
That brings me to a very interesting development on the subject of wetting my diapers in front of my wife. But, I'll leave that for a future update... DUN DUN DUN
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
I had the strangest dream last night. It involved: hanging out with Lindsey Lohan like we were best friends and she wasn't crazy or a drug adict, grocery shopping, some labyrinth of a seedy motel where my groceries were slowly being stolen by care bears in diapers, 2 really dumb security guards who were just getting in the way of me recovering my stolen groceries, pushing my slowly emptying carriage of groceries (due to the baby care bears) around the inside and outside of said seedy motel, the security guards finally learning a heartfelt and meaningful lesson, and me trying to push my nearly empty grocery carriage to the airport to go to Hawaii.
I don't even know where to begin with this one. I'm also still not clear on where it even takes place. I think it was on Hawaii but, at the end, I think I was trying to get to Hawaii. There was also a tearful ending with the security guards learning some type of lesson and me missing my honeymoon in Hawaii.
I was even best friends with Lindsey Lohan... WTF?
I was also getting diapered at one point, until my brain went "wait, you're not diapered in real life" then I looked down and the diaper disappeared.
I swear I wasn't on anything when I went to bed.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
So today marks day one of my biggest project of the year. I've spend months preparing for this and it's finally time to start...
Generating peak files...
We'll since it'll be doing that forever...
How have things been blogger world?
I've been quite busy lately and, have hit a couple milestones recently. I had a two-fer this month as I became the father of a one year old and, I turned 30 at the same time! Go me!
You know, I don't feel any older. Of course I've been saying that for every birthday since I was little, but I really thought I would feel differently this time. This seems like more of a milestone than previous ones I've experienced. I'm no longer a 20 something DL, as it says on a good portion of my ABDL website profiles.
That's funny about the passage of time; time never stops. Time will continue to pass no matter what happens. You will continue to get older and, there's nothing you can do about it.
That sounded more ominous than I wanted it to. This isn't something to be feared. It's something to be embraced. You won't get out of this life alive so, make the most of your time.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Ever since I got back from vacation, it's been balls to the walls! I haven't had time to think much, let alone finish my work. For example, I spent the past couple days running around the city taking pictures of one event for future sales use, then running over to a hotel to shoot a sales related video. This video was to win over a client who was potentially taking their business else wear.
Now, don't get me wrong, this video was a good idea and I wish them all the best, but seriously, it was a cluster and a half. I walked over there with all my gear and no plan, which was strike one. When I arrive I'm handed a piece of paper with a time frame and locations for the film shoot. Now reading this paper confuses me because it gives me about 5 minutes at each location, which was strike 2. Now any filmmakers out there will be able to tell you that it takes more than 5 minutes to set up, test and rehearse something that you know nothing about ahead of time.
Man I with my keyboard had light up keys...
So yeah, that was a fun time.
In all seriousness, I did enjoy myself. I got to work with a former coworker that I hadn't seen in a couple months, although he still hasn't returned my gear... It was good to be away from my desk and doing location shoots. I have spent way too much time in the hotel lately.
We have a new employee from Vegas though, who is a fellow photographer. It's nice to have someone to talk to about all of this crazyness for once.
Side note: My first tweet ever was "checking out this crazyness..." was my first ever tweet from more than 4 and a half years ago.
So my new coworker is helping me organize and shoot some food amenities next week which should be cool. It's especially helpful because I know nothing about shooting food except that I don't want to do it. I've heard from a few people that it's a pain in the ass, so I'm so glad he is here to help me.
This was one of those weeks where it was one step forward and 3 steps back. I feel bad that I didn't get to a couple projects, but there just wasn't enough time in the week. I had to say no to one of the sales guys 3 times on a project because I just didn't have time. I'll have to dedicate time to him on Monday, if I can spare it...
So how are you all doing as February 2014 rears it's head? Let me know below and I'll post responses as I get them.