Sunday, October 01, 2006

My turn to brag...


I got to see my boy this weekend!! He was in Macbeth at his college. When we got to the theater he was one of the dead bodies lying on the stage (this wasn’t his only part). After six week without seeing him I was ready to go on stage and hug him. Nick said that might not be the best thing to do! He had a small part but they had died his hair blond to match his father hair in the play and you could easily tell that they were father and son. He, of course, was by far the best one in the play!

He is really into theater. He got in this play and has done another one down there in a workshop. He has auditioned for a part in a student produced film where he got good feed back on the audition. He is trying to get into the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFT). His college only takes 12 students into this program each year. He will know something by Christmas.

There is also a student theater flyer that was posted all around campus that featured my son as a “someone to know” in the theater. They were posted in the bathroom too which was the first place I saw it and nearly ran out of the stall to tell the family what I had seen. I loved standing off to he side and seeing others come and hug him and congratulate him and I was so proud when he would bring them over so they could meet Nick and me. All in all it was a wonderful weekend!


Now Friday night before we saw the boy, well that was our time! Couldn’t make the noise I would have liked at bed time but the loving couldn’t have been better!! So I figured that my gg reward for losing weight would have to wait until another time. At least that was what I thought until I heard the bedroom door latch about 4:30 AM.

When that bedroom door latches I am wide awake but I burrowed down deeper into the bed. Nick pulled back the cover and started on my bottom with something, but I couldn’t tell what. I was nice and a nice little burn was building up. It didn’t take too long to move on to other activities (it was the middle of the night!). Afterwards I looked to see what he had been spanking with. It was a crop, but it was not exactly like any crop you have seen. We are planning to get one someday and I know we could order one but we just want to look for one together. Meanwhile, Nick had made one! This man is creative when it comes to creating spanking toys. He has made a flogger and a wicked paddle and now a crop. He had braided the leather all the way down the handle and it had a good little flap on the end. It’s really beautiful. I’m so glad I’m married to a creative man!

Written by PK at 11:28 PM

10 comments

10 Comments:

At 4:53 AM, Blogger Eva said...

You're not gonna look further for a crop are ya? How awesome that he made one!!!

Glad the play went well!!

Eva

 
At 8:24 AM, Blogger Theresa said...

Yeah you got a crop and got to see your son all in one weekend! Life is good!

I am so happy about the play and the success your son has experienced so far. It sounds like he is going to do quite well!

Hugs
Theresa

 
At 10:12 AM, Blogger FelineFrisky said...

I am so happy you were able to see your son. What a thrill it must be to see him on stage. He sounds like he is enjoying it and it sounds like he is well respected for it. Congratulations! D :}

 
At 1:34 PM, Blogger Paul said...

Elis, all I can say is, brag away proud mom.
And Nick made you a crop, whose a lucky girl then.
Sounds like a great week-end, may you enjoy many more.
Warm hugs,
Paul.

 
At 2:42 PM, Anonymous Mistress Sky said...

Congratulations on your wonderful son, Eva - I'm glad it went well!

Any chance of a pic of the crop? It sounds amazing :)

Hugs
Sky

 
At 4:23 PM, Blogger Tiggr said...

Oh, Elis, how wonderful!!! Bravo and a standing ovation to your boy and kudos on the crop for you. Homemade is the very best ever... please let us see a pic?????

As to your daughter, all I can suggest is to take it slow, give her the extra space that she needs, and just try to reserve the head-butting for the relaly big issues. She's exploring her individuality and your support is what she needs most. Hang in there, tread softly, but don't be afraid to pull out the big stick for the big issues such as safety... she will always be your little girl... she just hasn't figured that out yet!

Love,
Tiggr

 
At 7:19 PM, Blogger frhe sjgg said...

Elis,
so glad you had sch a wonderful weekend and the pride and joy you take in your son is wonderful to hear !

And your bedroom play (even if it was at 4:30 a.m.) sounds like so much fun ! You are lucky !

Hugs,
Anne Elizabeth

 
At 8:57 PM, Blogger New Beginnings said...

Eva,
Can one have too many crops?

Theresa, Diane,
I think the boy is having way too much fun!

Paul,
Nick never ceases to amaze me and the kids are a true joy!

Sky,
I would love to post a picture of it. I'll work on it.

Tiggr,
It was a great weekend!

I am trying to 'pick my battles with Mollie' she is a wonderful kid but we do butt heads every now and then.

Anne Elizabeth,
I am just beginning to realize how lucky I am.

 
At 9:10 PM, Blogger Bonnie said...

Elis,

That sounds wonderful! Randy and I love live theatre. Perhaps we'll get the privilege of watching your son one day.

As for your homegrown bumber crop, kudos to Nick for being resourceful. Have fun!

Hugs,
Bonnie

 
At 9:51 PM, Blogger New Beginnings said...

Bonnie,
If he is every in something that I think my friends would go see I think I would out myself in a flash to brag on this boy!

Elis

 

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