I have been a wife and mother for over twenty years. Now I am becoming my husband's lover, too.
We owe it all to my fellow bloggers who gave me the courage to come out to my husband as a spanko.
I do feel like this is a New Beginning for us.

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Wednesday, October 07, 2015

I think I may be pregnant.

Okay, I may not be pregnant. But something weird is going on. I like staying up late. When Nick goes out of town it’s not unusual for me to be up to one or two in the morning. I always stay up until at least eleven maybe midnight. But suddenly I’m nearly asleep by nine. The only time this has happened before is the two times I was pregnant. I was so sleepy Monday night I didn’t even answer my comments until last night. What’s going on? And please don’t tell me I’m getting old – I don’t want to hear it.

I’m probably not pregnant… but if I am, Mollie’s raising it!

Monday, October 05, 2015

Terp's questions

Terps asked some questions of her own and here are my answers.

Have you ever danced down a street in Maine?

Never been to Maine, but its one of the places Nick and I would like to go once I retire.

Have you ever seen the seals on the pier in San Francisco?

Yes, but I was only about eleven.

Have you ever stubbed your toe three times in a day?

I have not and I don’t plan to!

Have you ever been to Disney World?

Many, many times, with my family - my kids and my parents and then there were the eight trips where I went on with upwards of 200 sixth graders – oh yes, I’ve been.

Have you ever laughed so hard you cried?

Yes, and peed.

Have you ever injured yourself sneezing?

Not seriously.
Have you ever been playing a game with a child only to realize that you are still playing long after they left?

Not a game but it happened when I would color with my children. I always finished the picture, them not so much.

Have you ever spun yourself dizzy?

Of course.

Have you ever said 'I love you' and meant it?

All the time.

Have you ever stopped and truly looked at the beauty in nature before you?

Yes, I live in a beautiful area.

Have you ever been so relaxed and lazy spending Christmas day with your immediate family that instead of cooking a big fancy meal you ended up making hot dogs for dinner instead (and saved the Christmas meal for the day after)?

No, but we did lose power when the boys came for Christmas and ordered pizza.
Have you ever heard someone say hello and say hello back, only to realize they were talking to someone else?

Probably, but it wouldn’t bother me much.

Have you ever wished upon the first star of the night while reciting the poem "Starlight, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish I wish tonight?"

All the time.

Have you ever opened your front door to be welcomed by a hissing snake?

No, had a snake in the car while driving once, but it didn’t hiss.

Have you ever eaten peanut butter straight out of the jar?

I HATE peanut butter, I haven’t eaten it from a jar or any other way – ever.

Have you ever gone into the woods and screamed as loud as you could, just to see if you could?

No, I’m not much of a screamer.

Have you ever nursed your babies...almost 5 years in a row (2 years for the first child all the way through your pregnancy of the second and then two and a half years with the second)?

Yep, LJ for six months and Mollie for two.

Have you ever been so sleep deprived that you made a potentially dangerous mistake and even though everything turned out fine, you still feel guilty about it?

I’ve done some sleepy driving that could have hurt people.

Have you ever gone outside on a rainy summer day with your umbrella so you could dance while singing "Singing in the Rain"?

Don’t think so.

Have you ever watched a lightning storm?

Whenever I can.

Have you ever spoken with someone in a completely made-up language, just for fun?

Not that I remember.

Have you ever written a children's book and tried to publish it?

Nope, my stories don’t run with children’s themes.

Have you ever felt the magic of holding someone's hand?


Have you ever kissed someone at midnight?

Yes, but now I have to wake him up to do it.

Have you ever written a novel?

I have written eight and so far seven have been published and I hope to write more once I retire. Cassie's Ordeal is the latest one published.

Have you ever smiled so much your cheeks ached?

Yes, both times I found out I was pregnant.

Have you ever followed your dreams and started your own business?

I have followed my dreams and NOT started my own business. My parents did fine with their own business, but I saw how hard they worked.

Have you ever cried during a commercial?

Often! I rarely cry at movies, but some commercials catch me off guard and the water works flow.

Have you ever jumped in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean?

Many, many, many times.

Have you ever done the Hula in Hawaii?

I have! And I looked just like this.

Have you ever followed a butterfly?

Probably a few times as a kid.

Have you ever finger painted as an adult (not with a child present)?

I don’t think so.

Have you ever fallen up the stairs?

No, but I had a roommate once who did it daily.

Have you ever fallen down the stairs multiple times?

Again, no.

Have you ever walked into a wall, when you were completely sober? 

I can’t remember doing that.

Have you ever started to go into the wrong car?

Mollie and I got in the wrong van once, I was trying to put the key in when Mollie noticed a Gateraid bottle and knew it wasn’t our car.

Have you ever had a pet bunny? Or a pet chinchilla? Or pet fish?

Mollie had a chinchilla named Yoda.

Have you ever played truth or dare?

Not seriously.

Have you ever felt really close to someone you've never met?

Oh yes, that’s what bloggers do.

Friday, October 02, 2015

Fantasy Friday - Testing Him

It's Friday again and this should be some weekend for those of us on the east coast. I hope this is just over reacting on the part of the weather men, but I guess time will tell.

If you're inside reading this weekend we have a brand new Fantasy Friday story. Our writer today is younger than most of us and this is her first story. She says, "Hey, I'm S, a longtime fan of the blogs. I've been wanting to write a story for the blog for a while now. I got the inspiration for it the other day. All feedback is welcomed. I hope you enjoy."

Testing Him

Today started out as a normal day in the Cole household. Jake got up and made the list of chores for his wife Lacey to do today. It had been this way for three years now.
The exception being that they had lived together since Lacey junior year in high school, Jake graduated highs school at the end of her sophomore year. The only other exception being that this was their first year of marriage. It wasn’t long before Lacey got up and found the list.
She looked the list over which included: Have house cleaned by 3 p.m., go to Wal-Mart and get the stuff for the tonight’s party, and have everything ready for the party by 5 p.m. Lacey believed he was being unreasonable and began to whine about the list and not having enough time to get everything done.  
“I’m being very reasonable considering that you didn’t make the trip Wal-Mart yesterday like you were supposed to. I will not be hearing about me not being fair when you didn’t do the main thing I asked you to do yesterday. You will lose the attitude and do as I ask of you. If you don’t I promise that I will spank you. Do you understand me?’’ he asked as she looked at him, like he was being the meanest person on earth.
After a minute she still hadn’t answered him just continued glaring at him, he made his way behind her and gave her a hard swat on her bottom, ‘’Answer me now,’’ he growled.
‘’Yes sir,” she said before turning to walk out the bedroom and downstairs. Lacey’s stomach was in knots, she didn’t know whether he was serious about spanking her or not, but she certainly didn’t want to find out.  
Lacey had the house clean by 11 a.m. and decided to sit down and watch Say Yes to the Dress. She was only going to watch one episode, but that turned into two and a half episode. She left the house in hurry to get to Wal-Mart and back. It was a little after two when she left there. There was no way she would make the forty-five minute ride and get home before Jake.
At the red light she received a text, hearing her phone go off she checked it. It was her sister-in-law Laura texting her about the party tonight. She went through the intersection and waited on until the next red light to begin her text back to Laura. The light turned green and she ran through it, still texting. Before she knew she ran the next light and hit somebody up ahead in her lane. She sighed this wasn’t good. She dialed the emergency number and then texted Laura about the party details.
Lacey decided not to call Jake and tell him about the wreck. The cop arrived and made sure no one was hurt and the introduced himself as Andrew Cole. It took a minute for him to recognize her, and when he did he sighed. Both drivers gave their statements and exchanged insurance information. Meanwhile Lacey was unaware of the phone call Andrew made to his brother Jake. Her car was drivable and since Jake knew about the accident now, she decided to drive her car home.
Before Andrew let her leave the sight of the accident, he told that she would be getting a ticket for texting and driving. He checked her phone, knowing that Lacey had a bad habit of texting and driving.  Andrew would bring the ticket to Jake later, since he would be attending the party.
At home Jake was pacing back and forth awaiting the arrival of his wife. She had not call him to tell him she was in an accident or that she was running late. He was mad now and knew it was time to give her the spanking he promised she had coming, if couldn’t follow the rules.
Lacey arrived home and brought the stuff into the kitchen. Jake took deep breath to steady himself, ‘’Corner now, young lady,’’ he said. Lacey did as she was told afraid to make him even madder. He went out to inspect the damage done to her car, it wasn’t that bad. But she shouldn’t have been in a wreck that was her fault in the first place.
He came back in a few minutes later and set the party trays and snacks out for the guest. All she had to do now was make dinner for them and their guest, after the spanking she was about to get. Lacey heard Jake return to the living room, she sensed that he was sitting on the couch.
‘’Lacey, I’m going to give you the spanking I promised you if couldn’t follow rules. You were rude and whiny this morning, in the middle of the day you watch your favorite show and lost track of time, you had an accident and didn’t even bother to tell me. Is there anything else you need to tell me before I spank you?’’ he asked.
Lacey felt butterflies in her stomach, he threatened to spank her before but he hadn’t. She couldn’t believe he was about to spank her now.
‘’I’m waiting,’’ he said his voice deep and firm.
‘’No sir,’’ she said before walking over to him. She listened to him as he instructed her to go get her hairbrush from the bathroom and then instructed her to lie across his lap. It wasn’t long before the spanking began, he started with his hand over thin and short shorts. Then he moved onto the hairbrush. He eventually paused and pulled her shorts down.
‘’You should have called to tell me you were running late, you didn’t have to be home by three just because I was going to be home by three. You should have called and told me about the accident. For now your going to get fifty spanks with the hairbrush and then you will cook dinner,’’ he stated calmly.
He began spanking her again. Smack! Smack! Smack! Smack! By the end of the fourth spank on her panties Lacey had begun to cry. She was promising to be good, but he needed to make sure she would be good especially for the party.
The next forty-something swats came in rapid succession. When he was finished, Lacey laid sobbing and laying limp over his lap. ‘’Jake I’m so sorry,’’ was all she said.
He told her that it was okay, and that all was forgiven. Jake sat her up in his lap as she continued to cry. Eventually he calmed down and had to get for the party. However, Jake decided to order pizza for the party instead of making her cook dinner, beside there wasn’t enough time for it to be done by the time the guest would be arriving. And he would need to have last minute talk with her before the party.
S thank you so much for sharing your story with us. I'm hoping everyone else is willing to try just one story. You can send them to elisspeaks@yahoo.com

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Working without fear

Despite my close association with Cassie, I’ve always been one who really follows rules and I do what I’m supposed to. If Nick was a real stickler for rule and consequences I’m sure our house would remain spotless, but I digress. This post is about school. I’m loving my last year because there is no fear in me. I’ve always loved teaching, I enjoy my students and I’m good at my job.  Gradually over the last seven to ten years the job has changed do to governmental bureaucracy – they want my time spent on writing out lesson plans to prove I’m teaching, rather than spend my time teaching. The want me to spend my time testing the kids – on what I’m not sure, since testing seems to be all they want teachers to do, they are taking away any time to actually teach. I could go on but you get the general idea.

These days I’m feeling totally immune to the pressure and I’m just teaching, as well as having a little fun poking at the administration. Our vice-principal was making his way down our hall Friday doing observations. I think all teachers hate observations, Mollie had her first last week and although she was very nervous about it, all went well. I don’t like them, but it’s not like I have to worry now. But I do hate that he rifles through things on my desk – it’s like having someone go through my purse. I don’t even like people sitting at my desk and he actually writes in my planning book. That drives me insane!

My partner Megan becomes more frantic about this than I am – her OCD goes wild. She told me, "I think I’m putting a maxi-pad or a tampon on my desk just to embarrass him."  I loved the idea and that started me thinking. I quickly typed up the following and clipped it to my opened planning book:

Triggers to Psychotic Rages in
Menopausal women

Being observed
People sitting in my purple chair
People touching things on my desk
People writing in my planning book
Dirty looks
Looks of disapproval
People ignoring this list

He came in and sat in the back at first. He was impressed that I was using the computer cart – he well know my feeling that parking the kids in front of yet another screen. He said he was really impressed and I answered back, “I live to make you happy.”  Later he walked over to my desk and saw the note – he didn’t sit down or touch anything. He just gave me what was supposed to be a serious look and I just smiled back. Turning back to my desk he grabbed a sticky note pad that I had put prominently in the middle of my workspace and wrote, “good plans” and stuck it on the plan book, before he walked out shaking his head.

I have a feeling he thinks I’m not taking all this crap that goes on outside the focus of teaching kids too seriously, hmmm… wonder why?

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Ami's questions, I hate not joining in.

All right doggone it, if everyone else is going to answer I am too. But you’ll see, I lead a calm peaceful (some would say dull) life.

Stood on top of a very high mountain or cliff, looking down at the countryside or out to sea?

Yes from a reasonable safe distance back, I don’t love heights.

Lay on your back on a hot summer's night, listening to the crickets chirping and watching the satellites as they chase each other across the heavens?

Not in a long time, but often as a kid. Nick and I will sometimes lay in lawn chairs when they’ve predicted a meteor shower in our area, but usually there is too much light to see them.

Skinny dipped at midnight?

Probably not at midnight – thankfully our neighbors go to bed early and we skinny dip around nine or so.

Intentionally or inadvertently swum with sharks?

I’m guessing if you’ve been in the ocean at all means you swum with sharks, but I’ve never seen one while swimming.

Broken a bone in your body?

Nope and I’m sure hoping to keep it that way.

Driven a car at speeds in excess of 120 mph?

Nope, but if people would get out of my way on the interstate I could run around 80 or so.

Played "Pooh Sticks"?

Never heard of it.

Run in a "pancake" race?

I’m guessing that would involve running so, no.

Have your eyelashes dyed?

I’ve never even worn mascara.

Ridden a horse naked?

Again no and I’m not going to. I’m with Cassie on this, there are some places I don’t need animal hair.

Punted down the river?


Playing tennis in a short white tennis skirt whilst wearing minimal knickers?

I’ve never played tennis and let me confess right now I like my granny panties – well, Jockey’s for Her, French cut, briefs. They are comfortable and don’t ride up. I don’t think I’ll be trading them in for a thong any time soon.

Helped an inebriated husband up the stairs at 2 in the morning?

No for two reasons. First, we don’t have stairs. Second, he’s just not that big a drinker. He enjoys a few beers when we’re out, maybe a margarita or a glass of wine but even though he has me drive when he’s had some to drink I’ve never seen him where I could even tell he was feeling a buzz.

Been too scared to get out of a swimming pool whilst on holiday, due to a very large Doberman sitting on the edge watching you?

Not even close.

Sat in a deck chair happily whilst the sound of leather on willow echoes distantly in your ears?

I don’t think so.

Taken a ride on the Maid of the Mist under Niagara Falls?

Yes, I was seven and they couldn’t find a rain outfit small enough for me on the boat so I wore one about three times too large.

Climbed up something and been too scared witless to climb back down?

Maybe as a kid, but I know better than to climb up on things now.

Too liberal with "Eau de Cologne" which then ran down where it shouldn't inside knickers?

Hmm… no.

Made snow angels?

I have, but I’d rather sit by the fire and watch it snow.

Lost a shoe in a ploughed field in a moonlight walk home after a party?

Not even once.

Shrieked loudly, due to being spanked hard, and frightened away a visitor who ran back down the drive and now you will never know who was about to knock at your door?

Nope, I’m nearly a silent spankee. Probably my problem, I hold everything in. I’ve barely gotten an ‘oww…, that hurts’ out. I think Nick would like me to be more vocal, I’m working on it.