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, April 28, 2010

Keeping on

I really appreciate several of you coming by to say you didn’t mine that I often blog off topic. Hopeful I’ll get back to topic someday. But until then I’m just gonna farble along until something interesting happens.

I mentioned my job can be stressful. A new student moved in 2 weeks ago. She has quite an attitude. Today as I walked into the cafeteria she says to everyone at her table “Here comes the bitch.” Bless their hearts the students that have been with me all year were not happy and with her and told me what she said. The young lady may just find out her assessment was closer to the truth than she wishes it to be. I can really put up with a lot and I don’t find myself angry at my students very often but I am not rude to them and I won’t tolerate rudeness from them. Aww, well, summer has to come along sometime.

And lastly in this hodge-podge of a post I have to tell you Cassie – who usually whispers in my head when she wants to write something – is positively nudging me in the ribs to get to start typing for her. I’m working on it so she will have something up soon. Nick it going golfing this Saturday, Mollie is taking her SAT so I hope to spend some time creating. I’m planning on letting Cassie use my fingers.


  1. PK, a golf and SAT widow, some people have all the luck.
    Keep those fingers exercised.
    Pity that you can't do mouth soaping at school, that would teach that young *lady*.
    Love and warm hugs,

  2. PK: Just write about anything that pops into your head. We always like to hear from you. And good to hear that Cassie wants you to write. Will be looking forward to it.


  3. PK - After thinking about your last post, it occurred to me that perhaps you needed to let Cassie do the talking. Maybe to Tom, or even indirectly to Nick, if he reads Cassie. Either way, it might help.


  4. Hey Paul,
    I really am looking forward to Saturday. As for my student, my only wish is that all parents teach there children basic manners. Is that too much to ask?

    I'll keep on going and I'll try to give Cassie some typing finger time too.

    Funny you should say that. Cassie is much more likely to get herself in trouble when there is not much going on in my real life regarding TTWD. Do you suppose a shrink would find this interesting?