Love Me…Harder

Love Me Harder – by Ariana Grande

Tell me something, I need to know

Then take my breath and never let it go

If you just let me invade your space

I’ll take the pleasure, take it with the pain

And if in the moment I bite my lip

Baby, in that moment, you’ll know this

Is something bigger than us and beyond bliss

Give me a reason to believe it

‘Cause if you want to keep me, you gotta gotta gotta gotta got to love me harder

And if you really need me, you gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta got to love me harder

(Gotta love me harder)


As you have me bending over the bed, receiving my good girl spanking, the implements caressing, stinging and popping in slow, increasing pressure, you ask if I want it harder.  

“Yes, please, harder Sir.”

You pull my gathered hair, bringing my head back to look me in the eyes.  I moan as you do so.  You ask if I like when you pull my hair harder.  

“Yes, I love it Sir.”

Pushing me down to my knees and thrusting your hard cock into my mouth I play with it, caress it and suck it until it is even harder.

Tossing me on the bed and taking me because neither of us can wait any longer, I holler out breathlessly, “Harder, take me harder!” 

Once we are exhausted from our play and you turn to me and say, “Love you my Kitten.” Then I say, “Love me harder Daddy.” 

And we smile, snuggling into the happy place that is our love.

This Is My Fight Song

I have felt for the last few years I was trying to find myself again and understand where I am supposed to be and do in this life.   Having fought to be the person I am today, and continue to do so.  Finding I have a lot of “fight left in me” to get to where I should be. 

As Rachel Platten’s Fight Song says: 

This is my fight song

Take back my life song

Prove I’m alright song

My power’s turned on

Starting right now I’ll be strong

I’ll play my fight song

And I don’t really care if nobody else believes

‘Cause I’ve still got a lot of fight left in me


Like how a single word

Can make a heart open

I might only have one match

But I can make an explosion


I just want my family and friends to know I am getting stronger every day and believing in myself and the things I can do and accomplish.  I am not that innocent naive girl I once was. 

Because of this, I cannot fear life.  I must take it by the horns and ride it my way.  I have to conquer my demons, insecurities and comfort zones.  Making my boundaries known and showing the strength I now have in me to move ahead in life.  I cannot be afraid to step forward into the unknown. 

We are given one life to live and I plan on living it to the fullest.  I know my strengths and weaknesses and I am learning to work them to the maximum potential for myself.  I possibly am not right all the time (actually I am pretty sure I am wrong most times) but I am learning and not afraid to make the mistakes to move towards making me a better person in all ways.  

With the anxiety and thoughts in my head at times, I may not always feel I can do it.  I might think I am foolish to believe.  I even might think I am biting off so much more than I can chew and conquer in this world.  But if I don’t charge through and try, how will I know?  Why regret something instead of knowing I tried.  If I fail, I will have learned at least.  I will know I tried my best.   

It is amazing how one thing, one occurrence or one person can show you that you are stronger than you think.  You can do more than you realize and you have the potential to do greater things than you ever thought possible. 

When you have the full support of people you love and trust pushing you on.  To have the courage to fight for what you want, and believe you are in this world to do and be something more, it’s eye opening what you can do.  

So yes, I am taking back my life, proving I am alright, that I’ll be strong and believe I have a fight left in me to carry on.  It only takes a single word of support and love to open a person’s heart.  Only one match, one small light to start the fire and make an explosion in the world.  Just have the belief and strength to push through and do all that you can to make a difference in your life and those around you.  

I believe I can, don’t you?

The Song that is my Muse: