Sunday, March 18, 2012

A few answers

I was very happy to have some questions from some friends, and now I want to answer them. Ronnie asked what the first implement Nick used after I came out to him. Of course that first ever spanking was with his hand. I remember him warning me that I might not like a real spanking as much as I like I’d liked my fantasies – then proceeded to spank me with slightly less force than I used playing patty-cake with the kids. LOL! But it was a beginning.

I was surprised to realize that I don’t remember the first implement he used. I’m guessing a hairbrush. But the first it remembers for sure was his belt. It was a short spanking; however, it’s the one I remember as one of the best spanking ever after nearly six years. It was the first time I bruised and I was just thrilled! I know how strange that would sound to some, but most of you here know exactly what I'm talking about.

Ronnie also asked what Nick liked to use, Nick’s favorite weapon she asked. So I emailed him the other day to see what he'd say. He wrote back,

Something with a little flex and a little pop. New strap. leather hand, belt, dogger, so many good choices!




Here's a picture of the leather hand. A fellow blogging couple gave it to us when we all met up in California a few years ago. All four couples signed the handle. I really like it too. It's not sever, but you can really feel it. Then you the sword he uses occasionally and, of course my friend the belt.

Christina asked how Nick and I met. We met 31 years ago. We had run into each other a couple of times at different parties and each time we were both with other people. Then in April we were at another party – each alone, and we started talking. The rest is history. We dated for two years and we are coming up on our 29 wedding anniversary.

Christina also mentioned that March was potato chip month and asked if I liked them. The truth is that my feelings for potato chips run very deep. I LOVE them!! I love them so very much that I rarely ever buy them to keep at the house, but it I run across then at a party it’s a little like a druggie finding a bag of pot. It makes me one happy girl.

Another friend, C, asked, “How would you handle it if One of your children found out about TTWD and asked you genuine questions to enhance their love lives?” That’s an interesting thought. I'm sure I'd be embarrassed, but If my son asked, I think I’d just answer straight forward. He would find TTWD amusing, surprising, but amusing. It would be different with Mollie. If she found out and was genuinely interested in discussing ways to improve her love life, I’d be fine discussing it with her – PROVIDED, I liked and trusted the man she was with.

I’d be happy to answer more questions if you have any. I also want to give a brief weight report. It’s not so hot. I did lose the .2 I gained last week, so still, about the same. I need to do something to get things going in the right direction. I forgot to write down my weight Friday morning so when I remembered, I sent Nick an email with the information. I got back an email from Nick saying:

Bear down or Bare Down!

Gotta love that man!

Written by PK at 3:30 PM

12 comments

12 Comments:

At 6:38 AM, Blogger Paul said...

PK, good news about the weight.
What you call chips, we call crisps.
It's always good to learn a little more about you.
Love and warm hugs,
Paul.

 
At 8:22 AM, Blogger Florida Dom said...

PK: Love the line about Bear Down or Bare Down. How clever. Yes, you've got to love that man. Good luck on watching your weight.

FD

 
At 9:22 AM, Blogger faerie said...

Someone considering starting ttwd comes to you for advice and you can only tell them one thing. What would it be?

Keep up the good work on the weight loss, not gaining is a win!!!!

 
At 9:33 AM, Blogger sunnygirl said...

Love that comment. So direct and to the point. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhh

 
At 9:48 AM, Blogger abby said...

Love Nick's use of words! Chips...I know just what you mean,,,I try to keep them in anther country! A loss is better than a gain. abby

 
At 5:24 PM, Blogger Molded By Him said...

How sweet. Funny how each of us are so different and yet, all working towards the same goal : to have the best relationship possible with the person we love.

It's a wonderful thing, to be able to share and learn from one another.
Love, Isabella

 
At 10:56 PM, Blogger PK said...

Paul,
I wish I could tell you I was really 24, with a beautiful bod! But I guess you'll have to settle for reality.

FD,
Nick is a real keeper.

Faerie,
I'll keep working and I'm happy to answer your question. I'll post it later this week.

Sunnygirl,
Nick is a man of few words, but they are usually good ones.

Abby,
For some it may be pizza, for others booze, for me it's definitely potato chips!

Isabella,
That's what I love about our community.

 
At 11:30 PM, Blogger kiwigirliegirl said...

its always great to learn more about our friends in this community. I am so glad taht my Sir is not the only to use a sword...i thougth when my Sir did it he was just a little crazy - but boy does it pack a sting!!!
And potatoe chips (or crisps) yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i ate a whole big packet of them on Friday (18 ww points worth) but i was a good girl and i counted them.....
Sounds to me like you have reached a plataue....check your daily allowance and see if you need to go down one or two points, up the exercise a little more or do something different - or try eating something different. If you are anything like me i get into routine - the same breakfast, the same lunch. Good luck, let me know how you get on ....email me if you want to :) im always here.
lvoe kiwi xx

 
At 3:47 AM, Blogger ronnie said...

Bear Down or Bare Down. Love his sense of humour.

Super news about the weight.

Thanks for answering PK and thank Nick as well.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

 
At 6:12 AM, Blogger Hermione said...

Nick has a great sense of humour:)

I like chips too, especially Miss Vickie's.

Hugs,
Hermione

 
At 12:43 PM, Blogger Blondie said...

I like how you feel about explaining things to your daughter as compared to your son. I want my daughter to be happy but I don't want her to be in a relationship where she could get hurt mentally or physically.
Love the Bear down or Bare down comment

 
At 9:56 PM, Blogger PK said...

Kiwi,
I know I’m not doing WW right at the moment. And for some reason I can’t seem to make myself exercise at all. I just stay so sleepy-like.

Ronnie,
I love Nick’s humor too.

Hermoine,
My favorites are Ruffles, reduced fat. I like them better than the regular ones.

Blondie,
I guess we’ll always feel protective of our daughters. And we’ll always worry.

 

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