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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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

More questions and answers




These are from Jan.
Hi PK and Nick, PK, who is your favourite spanking author?
I put this in my comments, but I though it should be here too.  Favorite spanking author? No way to choose, but I really like Leigh Smith, our own Sunny - I've read all her books and I love them all.

Is there one thing you wish Nick would spank you for?
I wish he would find something he cared enough about to spank for, and spank consistently if I don’t do what he wants about it, whatever ‘it’ might be. Nick is just so laid back – nothing I do seems to really bother him.  We’re doing great and I’m not complaining, but I wish there was something Nick thought of as ‘real’ and not just for play.

Nick, what did you think when PK first brought the spanking thing up? (This was the answer he emailed me.)
Amazed, perhaps confused, but extremely excited about the potential to spice things up.

From Leigh:
Let's see, what do I want to know about you? Let me think - I know, how many days left 'til retirement, I know you know, probably down to the exact minute.

There are 462 days until I retire, 242 school days, but who’s counting?


From Minelle:
Okay I'm going to add to Sunny's question. What is the very First thing you will do on your first full day of retirement?
Aww… the first day. Sleep late, get up and have breakfast as I watch Good Morning America and check my email. Then about nine I’ll fix a cup of coffee and head to my writing room and hope all the people in my head will continue to tell me their stories.

From Roz:
If you could vacation anywhere, where would it be?
It’s very hard to choose, but one place I really love is Williamsburg VA. The old colonial town is a wonderful place. I love the history, I love talking to the people who are doing things as they were done in colonial times and I just love the peaceful feeling of walking through the town.

What was it that you first noticed about Nick?
He had the whole ‘look’ I liked – slim but muscular and a great beard.
From Scunge:
Here is my question now that you have the Cassie books are you abandoning her blog?
This question really hit home. I don’t know! I don’t want to, yet I don’t want to post new stories that give away ‘secrets’ or surprises in future books. But Cassie’s blog is my heart. It brought me here and to all the friends I have here. Cassie’s Space was the beginning.
I’m really not ready to give it up. There is a story I want to post if I can ever find the time to get it from my head to the computer.

If there are any more questions, ask away. It seems Nick is somewhat willing to answer questions too. So if you have any for him…

16 comments:

  1. Hi PK, enjoyed reading your answers. Watching Good Morning America and writing by 9am isn't a sleep in to me lol. I cherish weekends with no alarm and sleeping in, though I don't seem to be able to sleep in like I used to lol.

    Thank you for answering my questions. Love your vacation choice.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. I usually get up a 5:45. When I'm off I love sleeping until between 7:30 and 8:00, but I don't like sleeping much later. I can get way more writing done in the morning than any other time.

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  2. Hi PK, made me laugh about your retirement! Not wishing for that then? Bless you
    John had pretty much the same reaction as Nick when I broached the subject too
    love Jan,xx

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    1. I remember the first spanking story I showed Nick. He swore it had to be written by a man and not a woman. I had to laugh! How much he didn't know.

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  3. Sounds like a good plan for retirement to me!! I'm in!

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    1. Doesn't it sound like heaven?

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  4. PK,
    I. too, love Colonial Williamsburg. When you retire, you do not sleep late. You have a lifetime of getting up early and it continues. But it is okay as you stretch and roll over and doze in bliss as you think about your freedom.
    Meredith

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    1. I have found that I can do some of my best 'writing' in that time of sorta asleep and sorta awake in the early morning.

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  5. Someday when I have the money I will buy the books,but we are on a fixed income so I can't right now. I miss Cassie.

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    1. Scunge, would you be willing to email me? elisspeaks@yahoo.com I'd love to talk with you.

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  6. Enjoyed reading your answers PK.

    Williamsburg sounds lovely a place I think I like to visit.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. If you'll come over I'll meet you there!

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  7. Enjoyed your answers PK. I do like your plans for retirement...haven't begun counting down here yet. Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. I am anxious to retire and write full time. Don't know if I will actually get any more writing done, but I'm ready to try.

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  8. Your plans for retirement sound wonderful, PK, but all I can say is "Best laid plans and all that...." Still, life is never boring at least.

    I love that picture of Williamsburg. Where is it? Not sure what VA stands for.

    Hugs
    Ami

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  9. as always love reading little tidbits about you and your life. our hubbies are so similar - I guess we can't help it that we are perfect and they have nothing real to spank us for ;-) wink wink :-) Hugs

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