|I understand more and more people these days are digging out cellar* conversions, creating lots of lovely extra space down there, far, far down beneath sound-proofed floors.|
|They could go down to the cellar* and play with her toys.|
|I've got a special brown card - it's kind of the opposite of a loyalty scheme. Hotels and airlines treat me like dirt wherever I go.|
But this was my favourite from back then.
|I dunno. Feels a bit weird, trying on her dead dad's dresses. Don't know why.|
|Apparently she does humiliation scenes too. She just doesn't always know when she's doing one.|