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, December 06, 2012

I need by blogging time


I’m here, but just barely.  Suddenly life have gotten very busy and I’m not sure why – it’s not the holidays.  Unfortunately, work has become hectic.  Some things going on there frustrate me. (Nick might laugh at that simple statement since he knows I could go on for many days if I ever started writing about the frustrations I feel at work.)

I’m bringing work home and that’s something I rarely have to do anymore.  Mollie is having car problems so we need to go up there tomorrow and try to get all that worked out. These things are severely cutting into my blogging time.  Where I don’t think missing a few days posting is a huge problem in the over all scheme of things, it’s hard on me.  Talking, teasing, visiting, and commenting out here really keeps me feeling normal and relaxed. Tension in my life and lack of blogging time is a lousy combination.  I’ll be here more as soon as I can.


13 comments:

  1. good luck. i get agitated when i don't get time to read too!

    if i don't post it's one thing, but i miss reading and commenting and visiting with blogfriends.

    hope things get better soon

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  2. Hi PK, take care, don't get stressed. Tomorrow all those hectic Work-things are just funny old history.
    Shouldn't Mollie work out her own car problems, by now? OK, OK, maybe that takes some getting used to.
    But since you are driving there anyway, cannot you let Nick drive, seat yourself in the back and just blog all the way? Would do you a world of good.
    When you call Nick, "chauffeur", often enough he'll get so irritated that when you come home, he can add the finishing touch, and you will feel completely revived.

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  3. If you can't have blogging as a tension reliever, I hope you get lots of good spankings. :)

    Take care. I hear you about the work thing.

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  4. Oh PK, I hear you. Why does work always seem to get hectic this time of year? It's a stressful enough time!

    I get agitated too when I don't have time to read and comment.

    Hang in there and take care!

    Hugs
    Roz

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  5. PK,
    calm down, as Bas says, all these problems will soon be history.
    Seeing Molly should help.
    Love and warm hugs,
    Paul.

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  6. ..I so know how you are feeling....my posts are becoming more random..and even reading time has been limited lately...hang in there..I am pulling for calmer days ahead for you!
    hugs abby

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  7. Awww - take care Sweetie :) I think we all have these crazy times when things get so busy we meet ourselves coming in the door.
    I hope things slow down soon.
    hugs
    lillie

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  8. Hope things calm down soon. Slow down and do what you can without making yourself crazy.

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  9. I know pretty soon each and every day will begin with my feet hitting the ground running. Tis the season! Lol
    Just think about Christmas break! You will be able to read non stop!
    I totally hear you however!

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  10. Fondles,
    If I don't post thing run around in my head annoying the heck out of me. I get them out by blogging.

    Bas,
    She did try. Wouldn't start, she got it jumped, took it in and bought a new battery. The 4 days later same thing. Her dad wanted to get involved then. He couldn't start it either so it's been towed home - just a hassle, but I loved seeing my baby.

    We're too tired for anything good. I weigh in tomorrow. Don't know what that might bring.

    Ana,
    Soon I hope - one or the other.

    Roz,
    I know we're all addicted. We NEED our fix!

    Paul,
    So right, seeing her was the highlight of my day.

    Abby,
    Thanks, I sure hope we both get them.

    Lillie,
    I remember that old commercial "Time to make the donuts' where the guy did meet himself coming in the door. We all need calmer times.

    Sunny,
    Busy days I can deal with, but I hate bringing work home. That's what's irritating and hopefully that will stop soon.

    Minelle,
    You got it - other's may be dreaming of a white Christmas I just want my freedom from school!

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  11. You need to take a deep deep breath.

    Hope Mollie's car troubles have been sorted.

    Love,
    ROnnie
    xx

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  12. May you be singing the Alice Cooper song very soon, PK. (You know the song, right? "School's out for Christmas?" slightly modified to fit the occasion.)

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  13. Cygnet,
    I do know it, and what I really can't wait to sing is the true version "School's out forever!" Won't be many years before I can retire!

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