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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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Over the line

I know that I have said all along that I want to be a sub and do whatever Nick asks of me. But what happens when he asks me to do something that I really do not like, something that makes me very uncomfortable? I have done this in the past and yes, before we were married, on rare occasions did it with other men. But I never liked it! Actually, Nick did not really asked me to do it. But I know he wants me to and I knew he expects me to. He has done it for me although I never asked him to. I have done in for him in the past, many years ago, but only once or twice since we married. It is hot and wet, but sometimes that is not enough! I am afraid that if this is something he is going to want done on a regular basis he is going to have to hire a professional! Broken dishwasher or not, I am not washing dishes by hand any more!!

Yes I realize I am a spoiled brat. But I have been this way for a long time. My dad had an appliance store, so we had a dishwasher by the time I was 10 and I was the youngest so I never even washed dishes as a kid. I thought it was a major inconvenience when the ice maker quit working last month and I’ve only empted the ice trays twice. But no dishwasher – get real! I know someone is going to suggest that Mollie should be washing until we get a new one. But she is more spoiled than I am and the danger to my blood pressure trying to get her to do it would not be worth it.

Nick and I need a good wife, someone to cook and clean and drive Mollie around. I’ll keep the job as mistress!


  1. LOL!

    That's all right, I would never ask Diane to wash dishes by hand. She knows where I sleep. ;) Even a sub has her limits.

  2. LOL @ Brian!

    Isn't it funny how you've posted this today when I was worrying about you lot too! (See what I wrote today lovely woman!!)Hope it gets fixed soon... :)


  3. Damn right, Mr. Brian! I also cook the food, hehehe! Doing the dishes is icky - ugh - makes my stomach turm. Silverware! OMG - hate it, it is a job too intense for this little subby - I have the Dom do it (I figure, he's got all the other disgusting jobs - trash, litter box - why not?) I can't tell you what a thrill it was last month when we finally had the money to replace the dishwaher. It was like I won the lottery! Waiting for the delivery truck was like waiting for the stork! lol D :)

  4. HA-HA ! That was great ! Snicker. I'd rather be a mistress than a dishwasher, too !

    I don't think you are spoiled though -- just looking for an opportunity to provide employment for a part-time housekeeper, you thoughtful girl !

    Anne Elizabeth

  5. You are a hoot...I was expecting golden showers or something. Bless your heart no dishwasher. I haven't had one in 12 years. 4 years ago, I went to paper plates and cups. Several months after that paper bowls. Just this year I began buying plastic utensils. They even make aluminum casserole dishes in every shape and size. It is always an option til the dishwasher is repaired. I am with you all the way on this one girl! Even a good little sub has to draw the line somewhere!

    Thanks for the laugh!

  6. Very Funny!!

    Sorry to hear your dishwasher is broken. I keep a spare around, that would be my teen. She's spoiled, but she also knows where the allowance comes from!


  7. You had me worried there for a while Elis, I couldn't imagine what your limit was, but it sounded sort of yucky.*G*
    Hope that your dishwasher is fixed soon.
    Living alone as I do, mine gets used only three times a week, good thing that I have plenty of china and cutlery.
    Warm hugs,

  8. I'm feeling left out now. We don't have a dishwasher and no room in the kitchen to put one so I always get the job of washing up. If I waited for George to do we would end up growing the cure for something.

    Never mind one day,



  9. Anonymous4:44 PM

    Hmmmm..... I'm with Lily. I've never had a dishwasher and never really wanted one cuz I figured it was probably more work to rinse, load, unload, put away than what it is to just wash the darn things. And now that the nest is empty, dishes for two is NOTHING. I wouldn't say you dishwasher people are spoiled exactly unless of course you're not loading and unloading it yourself!!


  10. Brian,
    You are a wise man!

    You provide good advice! Thanks!

    I would feel less guilty leaving this for Nick to do if he wasn't doing everything else!

    The line has been drawn.

    Anne Elizabeth,
    Right I am doing a public service!

    If I don't get Mollie up to speed I pity her husband.

    I can't imagine what my limits are either, except those dealing with housework!

    I'm sorry honey, I love and miss mine.

    I'm not. That why I married and had children!!

  11. Danielle5:08 AM

    It's just what you are accustomed to. I don't have one and don't intend to have one too. But I surely can't miss spanking. My husband often reminds me what I told him 18 months ago: "a spanking every day? that's impossible". And now I get them and feel happy.

  12. Master used to wash the dishes when we had no place in the precedent appartment... I rarely had to do it... For Him, I had make diner and it was His task to take care of the leftovers...
    I know... He is special... and I love Him for that... ;-))

  13. Anonymous4:33 AM

    Have had problems with posting comments the last couple of days... but, we really got a chuckle out this post! It's one thing to be submissive... another to be tortured nearly to death. No one should be forced to do something THAT repulsive!

    -Todd & Suzy