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jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
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ce to see you back,luckily my ringside seat is still here,getting a good view of the frightened little slave,although i notice her nipples are as hard as small rocks
Sabina said something about those nipples and more:

My nipples were once again hard and erect. There was a trickle of blood oozing from a spot on my left breast where one of the whip’s knots had struck. My knees were still bent a little, impossible to straighten completely unless I arched my hips outward. I felt my clitoris hardening, throbbing, growing more sensitive. My body had a mind of its own. I closed my eyes and tried to will my arousal away.​
 

jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
Best wishes to your wife, Jedakk. I've had the same problem with hypotension here in France (8 over 5). After falling and breaking pelvis Doc put me on Gutron 2.5mg (chlorhydrate de midodrine). It's keeping me vertical now. (Sorry if this reply is off topic but I don't know where to put it otherwise. Thanks for all the great work you all do there!)
Thanks for the good wishes! I know that drug, Midodrine HCL we call it here. I had to take that briefly after I broke my neck three years ago, then everything stabilized.

The problem with my wife's BP is it swings BOTH ways, too high and too low. This morning it was too low and she fell and hit her head. I'm still trying to work out whether to take her to an ER or not. It's cold here, 12 degrees F - about -10 C. Snow and ice on the streets, and we are not equipped to clear them here where it almost never snows. I think she's got a concussion. I'm watching her for the moment.
 

cerf

Condemned
Now the ambulance has taken her to the ER. I can't go, no visitors allowed. And the power has just gone out. So I will wait to hear, and maybe my wife will come home today, but I doubt it.
For fear of syncope and concussion I wear a sturdy felt stetson. I feel for you all in the States. Here in France ambulances, ER, pricey drugs and operations are pretty much free.
 

jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
For fear of syncope and concussion I wear a sturdy felt stetson. I feel for you all in the States. Here in France ambulances, ER, pricey drugs and operations are pretty much free.
For us, because of our age - I am 71 and my wife is 70 - we have Medicare, a federal program that pays for most of our medical costs. I have a retirement medical benefit from the company I used to work for that pays for most of the things Medicare doesn't cover, but we still pay about 10% for drugs. These are not really free, I paid taxes all my working life to receive Medicare, and the retirement benefits I receive from my old company are part of my compensation for working there a long time. It has saved us a lot of money!

Also my wife was checked out at the ER and they decided she was ok and sent her home. Got cold here last night and we had no heat because power was out, but we threw another blanket on the bed and were ok.
 
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Gibbs505

SERVORUM DOMITOR
For us, because of our age - I am 71 and my wife is 70 - we have Medicare, a federal program that pays for most of our medical costs. I have a retirement medical benefit from the company I used to work for that pays for most of the things Medicare doesn't cover, but we still pay about 10% for drugs. These are not really free, I paid taxes all my working life to receive Medicare, and the retirement benefits I receive from my old company are part of my compensation for working there a long time. It has saved us a lot of money!

Also my wife was checked out at the ER and they decided she was ok and sent her home. Got cold here last night and we had no heat because power was out, but we threw another blanket on the bed and were ok.
Glad that both of you are ok. This is when the old fireplace comes in handy!
 

Gibbs505

SERVORUM DOMITOR
For us, because of our age - I am 71 and my wife is 70 - we have Medicare, a federal program that pays for most of our medical costs. I have a retirement medical benefit from the company I used to work for that pays for most of the things Medicare doesn't cover, but we still pay about 10% for drugs. These are not really free, I paid taxes all my working life to receive Medicare, and the retirement benefits I receive from my old company are part of my compensation for working there a long time. It has saved us a lot of money!

Also my wife was checked out at the ER and they decided she was ok and sent her home. Got cold here last night and we had no heat because power was out, but we threw another blanket on the bed and were ok.
Just watched the news about the weather in the lower 48. Ugly is to mild a word, keep safe down there
 

cerf

Condemned
For us, because of our age - I am 71 and my wife is 70 - we have Medicare, a federal program that pays for most of our medical costs. I have a retirement medical benefit from the company I used to work for that pays for most of the things Medicare doesn't cover, but we still pay about 10% for drugs. These are not really free, I paid taxes all my working life to receive Medicare, and the retirement benefits I receive from my old company are part of my compensation for working there a long time. It has saved us a lot of money!

Also my wife was checked out at the ER and they decided she was ok and sent her home. Got cold here last night and we had no heat because power was out, but we threw another blanket on the bed and were ok.
France's health care is "cradle to grave" but we do pay an annual charge for it. At over 80 we appreciate it and wouldn't leave France because of it.

I'm glad your wife appears to be "out of the woods". Use snow treads or chains . Stay well.
 

jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
Well, on top of everything else, the cold, darkness, health problems, now a pipe froze and burst in the ceiling of our laundry room, then the ceiling fell in. That was last night, now we are learning to live without water. And we are now getting freezing rain, which will put a layer of ice on top of everything and likely break power lines.

In the meantime, here are some new renders of the next scene, in which the executioner's helpers are preparing to tie Sabina's feet to the cross temporarily to hold them while the executioner drives nails through each of them. Hercules holds Sabina by one leg as he passes the end of the rope to Ajax, standing behind the cross. Sabina continues to narrate:

When Hercules released me and let my body sag back toward the cross, twisting the nails in my wrists a little, settling my weight back on those wounds, I groaned. I tried to raise my feet up, get their soles against the cross to try to push up. But with them tied together, all movement was clumsy, even more futile than before. I felt the rough end of the cornu poke me in the crack of my buttocks and knew that no matter how hard I tried to avoid it, I wouldn’t escape it.​
It was only a matter of time until that rough wooden horn would be inside of me.​
In my porcella. I’d already made the decision. I’ll have to spread my legs as wide as I can, try to… to ease it in. I can’t think about all of them watching me!
Thinking about the point of the cornu slowly slipping up between my lower lips set off a tingling down there that made me want to squeeze my legs together. I tried to will it away, ignore it, but nothing worked.​
Don’t wait till the last minute when... No, once I feel it enter me it’s too late. I can’t… oh gods. A woman’s vagina is made to… to stretch, isn’t it? Please let it be easier, oh I don’t know! Sooner or later I’ll have to take it there anyway.
One of them grabbed my left leg and bent my knee, pushing my bound feet up behind me, dragging them over to the side. Every movement set off stabbing pains in my wrists, made me moan. What were they doing? I squeezed eyes closed more tightly, trying not to look.​
Don’t struggle!
I felt the end of the cornu scrape across one bare cheek, already welted from the whip, winced, jerked, felt the sharp pain in my wrists.​
Let them do it! I thought, fighting back panic.​
Antius stood waiting. He already had the nails he was going to drive through my feet soon, in just a few moments.​
 

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jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
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poem21045

Tribune
Well, on top of everything else, the cold, darkness, health problems, now a pipe froze and burst in the ceiling of our laundry room, then the ceiling fell in. That was last night, now we are learning to live without water. And we are now getting freezing rain, which will put a layer of ice on top of everything and likely break power lines.
jedakk, I'm so sorry you're going through all this! Please be careful with heating sources (like a gas stove) inside your house, should you lose power. CO buildup can be dangerous.
 

jedakk

CARNIFEX MAXIMUS
jedakk, I'm so sorry you're going through all this! Please be careful with heating sources (like a gas stove) inside your house, should you lose power. CO buildup can be dangerous.
Thanks, good advice. We have had a rash of deaths in the Houston area from CO - people bringing a charcoal grill inside for heat, one family that had their car running in the garage, garage connected to the house. Don't know exactly how they were using that car for heat other than maybe a place to warm up from time to time. It killed two of them, others are critical. CO binds to hemoglobin but doesn't let go like O2 does so hard to treat.
 

mp5stab

Hair and Nails
First COVID, now the cold snap. I’m impressed with your resilience, but appalled by your terrible circumstances. Please keep us all updated. I’m glad to hear that your wife’s condition is improving.
 

poem21045

Tribune
Thanks, good advice. We have had a rash of deaths in the Houston area from CO - people bringing a charcoal grill inside for heat, one family that had their car running in the garage, garage connected to the house. Don't know exactly how they were using that car for heat other than maybe a place to warm up from time to time. It killed two of them, others are critical. CO binds to hemoglobin but doesn't let go like O2 does so hard to treat.
Texas is going through hell. I think they may need to weatherize their power system in the face of climate change.
 

Apostate

Administrator
Staff member
Texas is going through hell. I think they may need to weatherize their power system in the face of climate change.
A similar statewide freeze happened exactly ten years ago, and weatherizations proposed but never acted on.
 
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