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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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Sex, spanking and laughter

The title describes my Friday afternoon and really, what more could you ask for? We’ve been married a while now and we’re not kids. We don’t have to have sex several times a day, or even several times a week. The truth is we have sex when we feel like it, and that’s really great.

Since we were hurt on our trip we haven’t pushed it – there was no rush, but finally the last remnants of scabs were gone from my leg and most from Nick’s knee. He’d seen his doctor about his shoulder and so Friday afternoon he found me, and swinging his arm in a spanking motion ask if I’d like to help him with a little therapy.  I was happy to oblige.

I snuggled down on the bed as I heard him mention he’d hadn’t been able to give me his birthday spanking yet and then we quibbled a bit about his age. He seems much younger than the official number and I was willing to settle for the age he seems. He felt the true number was mandatory including one to grow on. He usually uses a different implement for each decade and that suits me fine, although despite Eva’s attraction to it, I’ve never been overly fond of the crop. I think his belt is still my favorite. His shoulder did give him a little pain, so he switched to his left had. He did fine with the birthday spanking and even remembered some cleaning issues he wanted to take up with me.

As the spanking came to an end the lovemaking began – as did the laughter. You might be surprised at how much your shoulders come into play during sex. Even when I offered to do some kneeling on the bed and just let him lay back it was a little awkward.  My leg is still very tender and I needed to stick it our, again awkward and it began to cramp.  We needed to change positions, changing in itself took some strategy. He couldn’t roll real well, I couldn’t get up on my knees so good. We found it was easier to get out of bed, turn around and start over.

I was very worried about his shoulder dislocating again. Nick and I have been watching a show called, “Sex sent me to the ER” where the real people explain what happened as the scene is being reenacted. 
I enjoy watching them explain how ‘this’ got stuck ‘there.’ They talk about it being their most embarrassing experiences, yet there they are on TV sharing it with the world. I simply didn’t want to join their ranks after hastily dressing and getting clothes on Nick only to try to explain to the ER doctor in our little town that, “Well he was trying to go over and I was reaching for the vibrator at the same time he swung the paddle, and well…”

To tell the truth we had a hoot and accomplished everything we’d set out to do, but with much more laughter than normal. The laughter didn’t lessen any as Nick said, “You realize this is just going to get worse with artificial hips and knees.” I can’t call it romantic in the traditional sense, but really it was. And we’ve definitively decided that there will be no sex tape in our future, not that it was in question.

Why do I tell these tales on myself, for a couple of reason? Friends my age understand completely and they will laugh and know that they aren’t alone, and also for my younger blogging friends. I know some of you are in your twenties and thirties, and I know you’re having fun and not imagining the sex after fifty or sixty or seventy or… But it’s there and if you’re still with your best friend, it will always be wonderful.

33 comments:

  1. I think age should be judged by how you feel mentally not so much physically or by the number of years. It sounds like you had a wonderful day!
    Amyee

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    1. It was a wonderful day, but despite how young we felt mentally our bodies seemed to know the truth!

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  2. It does sound wonderful...and i can second your last paragraph...although so far we have not had to deal with serious injuries. And laughing while being spanked or having sex makes for great memories.
    thanks for sharing
    hugs abby

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    1. Abby, I know you had some serious surgery and it took you a while to get everyone, including desire back, but I'm so glad you did.

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  3. HI PK. this sounds like one of our afternoons. It's great fun getting older I think
    love Jan,xx

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    1. Well lets say getting older CAN be fun, but often it's a bit of a pain in the butt.

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  4. PK,
    nice one, so glad that you had s great afternoon.
    Love and warm hugs,
    Paul.

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    1. Thanks Paul, great afternoons are appreciated at any age.

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  5. This made me both smile and giggle. Sounds like a wonderful fun afternoon ... they do say laughter is the best medicine:)

    Glad to hear you are both on the mend from the accident.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. I'm happy we seem to be recovering also. The laughter helped.

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  6. Great afternoon for you two.

    Thanks for pointing out that just because we are old, we are not dead.
    I can attest to the artificial knees - Ray has a couple of them and kneeling is out of the question.

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    1. If we could only convince teens how much they are going to miss their knees when they go, they would be much kinder to them.

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  7. Thank you for the life lesson. I love learning from my elders.

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    1. This from a woman with three grandchildren who fell and broke her hip. Don't start with me granny!

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  8. Sounds like a fun afternoon ... and romantic, too! Hope there's another therapy session soon. Glad to hear both of you are healing well. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Meg, It was fun and romantic - in it's own way. Glad you came by.

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  9. Wow and thanks. "Now I'm becoming my husband's lover, too." 20+ years here and I'd like to say that with a small twist: 'Now I'm becoming my wife's lover, too.' We're just at the beginning of our journey. Jon

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    1. Jon, so glad you came to visit and left a comment. No matter when it begins, the journey is well worth it.

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  10. Sounds like a delicious, funny afternoon!
    Meredith

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    1. Meredith, it was really great.

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  11. Sounds wonderful. Made me smile reading it.

    Good to hear you are both on the mend.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. A couple of little old scooter can't keep us down long.

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  12. Sounds perfect to me. It's always good when you can laugh together. Glad you didn't end up in the ER :)

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    1. This town is way too small to end up at the ER with a sex related injury. I guess I could have told them he was doing pushups.

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  13. I freaking loved this!! We have been through this ourselves---the same year that I had a herniated disk and back surgery, Bob had hurt his shoulder too. What a mess--it is hard to do ANYTHING if your back and shoulder aren't functioning. I feel your pain. Laughing makes it all better!!

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    1. Megan, I feel for you both - back surgery, talk about interfering with your sex life! You're right knowing each other well enough to laugh makes everything better.

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  14. It's great that you can laugh with each other.

    FD

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    1. That's very special FD.

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  15. Hey PK...so happy to read about your wonderful time with Nick...never too old! ;) IMO, laughter, in or out of the bedroom, is one of the greatest gifts a relationship can have.

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. Cat I agree, laughter is so important!

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  16. Oh gosh this reminded me of my Scotsman and I after his surgery! However it happens... Is good. Laughter makes it better!

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  17. Oh, I'm addicted to that show! You know, in the way that no one ever wants to be featured on it...

    I can totally sympathize with the fear of him dislocating his shoulder. I swear that it has become a cheap way for my husband to make me be still--"If you keep on trying to get away, my shoulder is going to go out and you'll feel really bad!" Works every time...

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  18. so happy for you...you sound happy and in love and it is great! Hugs

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