Aunt Kay has left this earth a better place and she surely left me a better person. Some of you knew her in-person. But mostly she was an icon in the domestic discipline community. In this brief farewell I want to share a few things so that when you think of her, I hope it will be with a more fully rounded viewpoint.
She was an exceptionally talented artist and left a substantial body of work. Her favorite subjects were, by far, animals and nature images. People regularly remarked at how life-like and almost “alive” they are. But her portraits are also beautiful. She also taught art to young children and was adored by them.
She was a spiritual person who knew, for a fact, that we are all just individual parts of one thing called “Life”. She firmly believed that every person is valuable and important and she was committed to kindness and generosity. While you did not want to get on her bad side, she was not a judgemental person at all. She hated injustice and accepted people for who they were and encouraged people to fully live their life, and as a part of it, their fantasies.
She always said to embrace who you are without guilt or regret. And if you needed to be in a DWC relationship, you should have no more second thoughts about it than if you liked golf or fishing. The work she put into the Disciplinary Wives Club is best understood as just another part of her generosity. She wanted to liberate and educate people like us so that we could aspire to have fulfillment in the unique way that we need to.
If you never met her in real life, please take my word that we lost a truly great woman. She touched and changed lives in many ways, the DWCbeing only one of them.
I’ll talk about myself and where my life goes in another post sometime. Right now it’s hard enough just to tell you this, typing through my misery.