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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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Just an afternoon - please!


Hat off to you with children and teenagers at home! Hats off to you if you are maintaining any type of a spanking lifestyle. We were doing pretty well during the school year. LJ at college and Mollie babysitting on a regular pattern. Not so this summer. Mollie is working on a haphazard schedule; LJ usually averages about 2 evenings a week home. Even I don’t always know when Mollie is going to be working – how the heck does LJ know?? That is the only time he seems to come home!

Sigh…

Hopefully things are looking up for next week. Mollie is going to church camp for a week. This is her 7th year and she loves it! The first year she was only 8 and that first night I cried like a baby. Well I started after LJ and Nick started picking on me not having any idea how close to the edge I was. They learned not to do that!

But now I like camp as well as Mollie does and hopefully Nick and I will head to the mountains a little early. Maybe we can have a little special time to ourselves before we pick her up. Cross your fingers!








7 comments:

  1. I know just what your talking about. We never have both of the boys out of the house at the same time. Last night we had some spanking play and one of them came up the stairs.

    *hugs and grins*

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  2. PK, we never had children, however Mel had several younger siblings who choose to visit whenever they could, thus curtailing our fun. *G*
    However in a few years you will be doing a Theresa when you are due to become an empty nester.
    Still I imagine it can be very frustrating, isn't it a pity that soundproofing is so unreliable. *G*
    Warm hugs,
    Paul.

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  3. Twin~ Does this mean you DON'T want Adam and I to come visit again next week?

    Twin

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  4. It won't be long, PK, and you will be empty nesters. Once that happens, you'll long to have your kids underfoot again. Even though it curtains your fun now, enjoy it while you have them. That's one lesson I have learned very well this year.
    Cheers! Suzy

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  5. Leaving early seems like a phenomenal idea... you two need this time for so much and for so many reasons, reconnecting alone, in the quiet and natural beauty of that land...

    I attended a similar summer camp (though not church-affiliated)... perhaps not terribly far from where Mollie is going... and I can understand her thrill as much as yours!

    Love,
    Tiggs

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  6. All ten fingers are crossed (even as I'm typing *g*)!

    ~Hugs!

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  7. So can hear what you're saying. We thought we had a good summer plan, but it hasn't been working. Seems no matter what we try, there is always someone home. We 'forced' our son to go ride his bike the other day... lol. Had to throw down the old "because we said so" to make it happen!

    ~Todd & Suzy

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