I know, I know, I’ve been away for a while. It’s not that I have less to say, I just haven’t had the time to put it here. But I can’t let more than a day or two go by without breaking down the weekend. I’ll start with the thank yous and see if there is anything left to say after that. I will not use names. You know who you are.
First and foremost, thank you to the event producers. For believing in me, for encouraging me, for inviting me back. I love you guys.
A special thanks to my favorite Happy Little Hostess for the honor of being welcomed into The Last Frontier Men’s Club in such a touching and meaningful way. I could go on forever about you, but I will simply say thank you.
To the nine individuals who let me use their bodies and minds for my predicament class, thank you. It is hard to let yourself be that vulnerable. To do it in front of such a big crowd is even harder. Thank you for the trust.
Thank you to the beautiful young lady who showed faith in me by putting herself in my hands, even without really knowing me, yet. I am glad that we got to grow a little closer this weekend.
Thank you to the woman who helped me to open up and allow myself a moment of weakness.
Thank you to my traveling companion. You kept me focused, kept me centered, and kept me on track. You also showed a lot of trust in me by letting me push you into new territory. I am very proud of the strength and courage you showed.
Thank you to the big bad man that helped me last year to come to terms with Leather as an identity. And thanks for being someone that I could trust to play with my girl without fear or hesitation. I look forward to seeing you again soon.
To the needle freak who helped me learn and experience new elements of something that I love, thank you. I appreciate you sharing your craft with me.
To the man who shared his home with us for the week, thank you. The hospitality was much appreciated and helped me feel much more connected to the community.
Thank you to the family who escorted us through the mountains.
Thank you to the wonderful people who attended my classes.
Thank you to the presenters who shared with us. You continue to amaze me.
Thank you to the community who didn’t and doesn’t hesitate to welcome us in with open arms and share with us everything you have to offer. I miss you already.
Thank you Alaska. Thank you Northern Exposure. Thank you Fox Finder Productions. Hopefully I will see you all again soon.