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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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

The waiting soon begins


I'm getting very antsy about the election returns tonight.  It feels a little like Christmas Eve.  I can't wait to see if Santa brings toys or lumps of coal. (I would have said switches, but with us out here - wouldn't that be the same thing as toys?)








I just hope and pray we know by the time we wake up in the morning.

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  1. Yeah, I remember going to bed during the GB/AG election thinking one thing and then finding out something else. We were in the Keys on vacation and when we just recently moved I found the paper saying GORE WINS. It was a redo of DEWEY WINS. I hope this goes well and that it's a landslide so there's no issues about popular vs electoral and hanging chads and Supreme Court decisions, etc. etc. etc.
    May the Best man win and we know who that is.

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  2. It is not easy to find something to threaten you with.

    One of our National Newspapers organized a poll.
    Result:
    Obama 90%
    Romney 10%

    I think that's about worldwide the same.
    Quite a landslide.

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  3. For whatever reason I am not very worried. Last time I was physically ill--- waiting, hoping.

    I just think...pray I am right....that it will be okay!

    And you 'know' what...who...I mean.

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  4. I am anxious and will be all night long!!

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  5. I feel the same way ... and sunnygirl, I had a chance to think about the CB/AG election this morning when my 6 year old asked if we'd know the who won today's election tomorrow! Fingers crossed that it's easy to call and we can move forward :)~Liz

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  6. Anonymous6:02 PM

    I am amazed and encouraged and how many are getting involved with this election. I can remember when I have ever had to wait to vote. I waited over an hour today. I saw lots of young people also. Regardless of the winner of this election, to see young people getting involved gives me hope for the future. That the next generation does care enough to research, have opinions and care about the future of our country.

    C

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  7. I cast a ballot...for you to get a switch! :D

    I hope it's a clear result either way so it doesn't drag on for weeks.

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  8. Oh, I'm right there with ya girl. I'm considering heading for the border if I don't like the outcome. The problem with that is the closest border leads to the Great White North. Faeries can't fly with snow on their wings :D

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  9. Hi PK, well, I guess the wait is now over - Phew! Rick and I have been watching with great interest from NZ.

    I didn't get around to commenting on your last post but how funny - way to go! Lol

    It is funny how a spanking hurts more when you are contented and it's not a real 'need' isn't it?

    Hugs!

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  10. Waiting over. Close race from what I hear.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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  11. PK,
    the result is as hoped for.
    Unfortunately Congress still split.
    Love and warm hugs,
    Paul.

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  12. I think this is wonderful and I thank all of you for coming by. Both my kids called last night - so very excited and happy. I'm glad that they care.

    Four states were also deciding on allowing gay marriage. Three of the four voted in favor of it. This was the first time the people of a state have voted in favor of it. We're getting there!

    I know many people come here to get away from politics so I won't say much more - but I'm very happy.

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  13. hope the outcome was what you wanted :)
    hugs kiwi xxx

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