Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Seven evenings ago Panties slipped between her Barbie sheets and Barbie pillow case having dressed herself in her sanitary belt and napkin beneath her panties, bra and nightgown. During menstruation (she has come to pronounce the word as does Miss D, drawn out in four syllables) Panties is spared the ordeal of sore nipples and water retention, but beginning this period, Panties would have her first taste of sissy cramps as prescribed by Miss D during a recent training session. She had been teaching Panties about high heels, specifically, about how Panties was to wear them whenever she was doing secretarial work. Panties listened as Miss D assigned Panties’ version of the curse, to be endured for the first week of every month hereafter:
...You like how the spike hurts the middle of the heel, (makes) your toes press into the point of the shoe causing pain because it arches unnaturally, that goes up the bone, even at the top of the foot all the way up to your shin to just below your knee. From now on this will be your menstrual cramps. The week you’re menstruating you are to wear high heels the entire day except to shower. Of course you can wear flats for my errands or for working around the house, but it means you’ll have to sleep in high heels when you’re on your period.
Lying in bed, the high heel shoes felt hot and insistent on Panties' feet. She soon fell asleep though and woke the next morning immediately aware it was the first day of her monthly cycle which she would soon remember for the two days of especially heavy flow and her special menstrual cramps.