We watch a comedy the other night, about having a three way. Nick and I were laughing about the actual mechanics of the whole thing and in the conversation Nick admitted that he has fantasied about such. I was a little surprise. It’s something I’d never even fantasized about – and I fantasize about a lot.
I did laugh at him though, and asked, “Just what do you think you’re having now? Heck you haven’t been in bed with just one woman since we married. There’s always me and Cassie, and usually Sue, Allie, Annie, Badass and Wimpy and a few other people you haven’t met yet… just how many woman can you handle in your bed?”
Nick rolled his eyes, “That may be true.” He told me, “But it still not exactly like I’d pictured it.” Oh well, I suppose not.
But that does bring me to my identity… well it’s not a crisis, just an identity shift. Please allow me to introduce myself to any of you who may care enough to be confused.
I’m PK and everyone can call me that.
I did begin New Beginnings as Elis, it was through a quirky turn of events early on that I became PK, short for Pissed Kitty. You can read about it here if you’re interested. Anyway, PK stuck and that’s who I am. So much so that when I decided to publish I felt that PK was the best name to use to let those who read here know who was writing. It’s not the sexiest of names, but it’s mine.
I began the new blog to have a place to promote my writings as PK Corey. This blog will still be about more personal things I want to post. In the future I may invite some of my vanilla friends to the new site. But if I do I’d rather not immediately lead them back here. The ones I’ll be inviting are not the most compute savvy folks and won’t really be looking for my other site. But should then come across New Beginning, it will show up that it’s written by Elis and they won’t immediately know it’s me. This isn’t a big secret, but it might keep my more computer challenged friends from popping back and forth.
When I comment on your sites it may come up Elis or as PK Corey – either way it’s just me, it will depend on how I’m signed in at the moment. I try to be careful not to post comments as Cassie when I’m signed in under her name. Although sometimes she really want’s to comment on a post. I have to restrain her and explain that she can’t comment because she’s a fictional character. Usually I get a stern look as she tells me, “That’s what you think.” Wouldn’t a shrink have fun with me?