Thursday, April 1, 2010

Happy Birthday!

It all started because of Stocking Vixen. I honestly cannot remember how I happened on her blog but her blog, its images and writings, led me to create my own blog and begin to post on year ago on April 06, 2009. It has been fun and continues to be fun. I have made some interesting acquaintances and friends through my blog and it being able to share my passion for stockings and other related erotic interests is a wonderful outlet.

I will be going through my blog over the next month or so and link or repost some of my older posts as a form of retrospective. I used to write poetry a lot more so I may offer some of those poems for your pleasure or displeasure.

I would be remiss if I did not take the time to thank all of my readers and followers. Many of you have given me wonderful feedback, ideas, and motivation to continue to search out new images and share them with you all. Blogging can be a singularly lonely past-time and very self-focused in my experience but those people that have been gracious and kind enough to write comments, write emails, and support me by being sources for ideas and images have made this experiences a lot less lonely and self-focused. Thanks so every much to all of you! You know who you are.


  1. I can only wish you happy birthday with a few days beforehand. I appreciate your blog and the quality of the images a lot which you select. I understand that you say and feel the same thing with my blog. I shall be proud when it will have one year of existence also.
    Best regards

  2. Congratulations! Nobody does it better than you.

  3. Happy anniversary. It is a great feeling to reach these milestones. You have drawn together a lovely collection of images and ideas and I always enjoy dropping by.

  4. I can't believe it has been a year!

    You're one in a million, Eric, and one of my favorite nylon-lovers in the whole world, and someone I'm proud to call my friend.

    Here's to many more years of Nylon Dreams!


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