Last week I enjoyed 2.5 days in sunny Oxford with the gentleman I met while in London in May. He took Me to lunch at the National Portrait Gallery while there and we hit it off and arranged to meet again as soon as our schedules would allow.
After a short flight into Heathrow, I was met at the airport by J and he drove us up to Oxford, stopping at a pub next to a river to enjoy lunch on a blazing hot summer’s day before heading to the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford. I was not expecting this visit to this museum but I am so glad J surprised Me with it as I thoroughly enjoyed this quirky museum filled to the brim with all manner of interesting artefacts, one of which is said to be a witch in a bottle!
Later that evening we ordered in and talked about all manner of topics while I rested My feet in his lap to be massaged and worshipped.
The next day, after I spent a couple hours browsing the Ashmolean Museum by Myself, J picked Me up and we attended a nearby music festival that J had purchased VIP tickets to. It was fun to listen to the bands, peruse the vendor stalls and sip Pimms in the lovely sunshine while chatting about all things Femdom and our laundry lists of personal kinks and fetishes.
That evening, as I relaxed with My feet up on the sofa, I read a tweet by another Domme about everyone’s favourite cookies, after discussing the best kinds of cookies, J was soon off to the nearby Waitrose to fetch Me a selection.
Later he cooked an absolutely delicious dinner for us both while I relaxed on the sofa and browsed one of the books he gave Me. It was an accompanying book from an exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum about magic and witchcraft which I sadly missed and very much wanted to attend, so the gift of this book meant so much to Me.
On My final day, J took Me to breakfast at his favourite cafe and then went off to a riding lesson while I took a stroll along the Oxford canals and into town before it was time for him to drive Me back to the airport.
Before I left, he presented Me with a first edition of The History and Arts of the Dominatrix by Anne O Nomis who he met at Her talk in London about the book.
A lovely relaxing time with a wonderful, knowledgeable and generous gentleman.