I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day. If you’ll remember all I ask for was enough spanking to have a little achy soreness the next day. As we’ve said many times out here, be careful what you wish for. I was a lucky girl – I got a spanking, and I sure do have the achy soreness, it’s just at the wrong spot.
We had three days off school because of the snow, and even I can get tired of just sitting on my butt. When Nick offered to shovel the neighbor’s drive I decided to help a little. We’ve often teased our neighbor that he stands in the yard in the fall and catches each leaves as they hit the ground, lest they mess up his lawn. He feels the same way about snow on his drive, but he’s been pretty sick lately and it’s all fallen on his wife. Nick had shoveled our drive – it’s fairly short, but theirs is about three times longer.
I wanting to be a good neighbor too, so off I went. You need to understand the majority of my exercise involves reaching to pick up my computer and then typing. I found shoveling snow uses a whole new set of muscles. Although I didn’t do a tenth of what Nick did, I thought my lower back was simply going to attack and kill me. This was all on Thursday.
By Friday, Valentine’s Day, I truly had my achy soreness – but as I said, it was at the wrong place. Even Nick was sore from squatting and lifting each shovel full. All that soreness still didn’t stop Nick from pulling over his knee for a quick hard spanking before we headed out for dinner – bless him. It was good enough to notice when I sat in the wooden chair at the restaurant. That soreness was sooo much nicer than the backache.
Don’t worry about us, though, yesterday afternoon we had a mutual massage session that was just wonderful, we took turns rubbing and kissing all the sore places and making everything better. There was still some moaning and groaning, but boy was it fun.