Sunday, December 07, 2008

The weekend


I have has a good weekend. Mostly because it is the weekend. We woke up slowly Saturday and intertwined. It was a very nice quite time. I picked up the vibrator and snuggled back against Nick for a buzz. That was nice and we played a little longer. Slow, relaxing, connecting, it was a good morning.

My sister (MS) came to do some Christmas shopping. She and I get along well, although we aren’t extremely close. We had a really nice day. I finished my Christmas shopping and she and I have a great talk at lunch. We have recently sold our parents home. That was tough. Daddy had designed the house and they moved in in 1953 and live there until Mom died 50 years later. I have to pass the house everyday going to work and it feels so strange to see people there that are not family. Sigh… I hate growing up.

We had finished shopping and were relaxing at my house before supper last night when MS started laughing and said “Look at us!” I looked around the room and me and Nick and Mollie and MS were all diligently tapping away at our laptops! Four in one room all going strong all while we were visiting with one another. Times have changed. Oh and Eva, I have a confession – I let her stay in your and Adam’s room with out asking you. I hope that was alright.

This morning was another nice morning. When we woke this morning we just talked but it was such a good talk. We talked about when we were dating and what had attracted us to each other in the first place. I told him about the moment I actually fell in love with him. We laughed about the fact that no one would have ever called him romantic when we were dating but that now I think of him as very romantic. All he has to do is leave the cuffs on the bed or bring home an extra paint stick from the store and I just melt. But I have been unsettled lately and just that little bit of time talking quietly meant a lot to me. Strangely enough I almost feel like we are entering a new phase in our relationship. It’s been unbelievable wonderful for the last two and a half years but somehow I think it’s going to be even better.

Written by PK at 10:19 AM

10 comments

10 Comments:

At 10:47 AM, Blogger Paul said...

PK, sounds like a great week-end, let's hope that you have many more such.
I'll suggest to Nick that he instigates a points system for you,
it might improve your spelling.
How is it teachers often don't seem to be able to spell.
I'll suggest to Nick that he talks to JFlame, I'm sure she will be happy to share her Dom's system with him.
Love and warm hugs,
Paul.

 
At 10:54 AM, Blogger Jflame said...

Er.....thanks Paul...I think.
PK if Nick does implement a point system please remember that it was Paul's idea and not mine!
(way to drop me in it Paul.)

I'm glad you had a better weekend PK and I hope that you have many more in the future.
Hugs, Jay

 
At 12:24 PM, Blogger Debbie :) said...

Hi PK! It sounds like a fairly pleasant weekend. Your post enticed to comment particularly on being unsettled. As I roam through blogland and visit my rave fave gals, I get the feeling that everyone is unsettled lately. Including me. I don't know why that is.

I wonder if it is the holidays, the uncertain economy, change in government...who knows. For me, I think its a some of those things and the recent loss of my SIL.

Right now, J is overseas on business and I am alone. Boohoo! I'm supposed to be wrapping, finishing the cards and all that other hoopla. Can't do it. I even dusted (I hate dusting) and vacuumed my house today to avoid these tasks. Shameful, I know.

Anyway, I hope it all settles down soon for all of us. I'm tired of floundering. I need some grounding of my spirit, I think.

Have a pleasant remains of Sunday with Nick.

Warm hugs,

Debbie :)

 
At 1:06 PM, Blogger Andrades said...

Hi PK,
Your weekend sounds fantastic. It gives me great hope to read your blog. And the hear how your relationship with your husband has grown. A paint stick?, you guys are so creative I learn more and more every day. Its nice that you can spend time with your sister. I have an older sister that lives about 4 hrs away. We are not close at all. As a matter of fact we have not spoken in a very long time. I had a younger sister (12 yrs younger)that I was very very close with but she passed away about 10 years ago even tho it seems like yesterday. I wonder if I would've been able to share these ideas with her.
I have my blog to post to and I keep on posting, and re-editing and adding to my post as more ideas come to me. I think I mite eventually have a story in me..not yet but maybe in the future.
And once again...I love Pauls comments, he is just so consistent and grounded and gentle.
Hope you have many many great weekends
Take care,
Andrades

 
At 5:44 PM, Blogger mthc said...

glad you having a good weekend...hope it continues..

 
At 11:06 PM, Blogger PK said...

Paul,
Don't give him ideas. If I got points for poor spelling we wouldn't have time for much else in our lives!

As for teachers being poor spellers you can't imagine what we have to decipher each day you would be able to spell either.

Thanks Jflame, This was a fine weekend and I needed it!

Debbie,
It's hard enough to be unsettled without your husband being gone too. I hope J is back soon. And anytime you lose someone you love it takes a long time to feel right again. But I hope you do feel better soon.

Andrades,
Sisters are very, very important.
Whether they are born to he same mother or not! I know you must truly miss yours terribly.

You cannot imagine all the pervertables (normal everyday items that we can turn into spanking toys) we discuss out here. You need to make a list of preverable you can spot at your house on your site and we will come by and add to it! LOL!

Mthc,
I would like to keep feeling good. I hope you are David have a good week too.

 
At 11:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

PK< so glad your weekend was so nice. As for the spelling you are right, teachers have to decipher so much.

Jean

 
At 3:14 AM, Blogger PrettyGirl said...

PK,

I am glad you had a good weekend, I hope they evolve into good weeks,,,:)

And yes, that unsettled things seems to have spread across the world like a fog. Hopefully the spring will bring some sun to burn off the damp,,,we can only hope,,,

Take care,

:) Pretty

 
At 9:41 PM, Blogger Terpsichore said...

even better is good...I am glad you were able to enjoy such a nice talk... :-)

 
At 2:34 AM, Anonymous Mina said...

Dear PK, what a wonderful read and it sounds like you and Nick are going stronger than ever. It's all about connection, keeping that strong and focused.

Hugs
Mina

 

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