Wednesday, March 16, 2016

A few more answers

Here are a few more question I got from Maggie Jordan. I really enjoyed answering these. If there are any more questions, especially from those who are fairly new, I’d sure love to hear from you.

Hi PK! I just started reading your blog a short while ago so I do have some questions that many people probably know the answers to.

How did you start doing TTWD - was it your request?

Hey Maggie,
I’ve know I was a spanko since I was three or four. I instinctively knew it should be a deep dark secret so I told no one, not even my husband. But finally, after a brief, scary (but thankfully short-lived) medical problem I decided I wasn’t going to waste anymore time. Twenty-three years into our marriage I told Nick about my desires. He was stunned to say the least, but he jumped right in and our sex life and our closeness grew quickly. He was always in it for fun or sex, but he’s never grasped the concept of a real DD relationship. I wish he had, but I’m satisfied with what we have.

Did you start writing before or after TTWD began?

It depends on what you mean by writing. Cassie came to me when I was about eleven and began telling me her stories (she was grown then). I used them as day dream fodder for the next thirty-eight years. I was forty-nine when I actually typed up and posted my first Cassie story.

First I found and began devouring blogs, the we had began playing with TTWD and a few months later I was blogging away and writing stories.

What do you miss the most now that your children are a little older?

I really thought a lot about this question. I don’t think I’d want to go back to them being little again. But there are some wonderful memories. I remember when they would nurse and suddenly they would stop and smile at me. Talk about melting my heart!

But I guess the best thing about when they were little was that for a short time I was their whole world. They would see me and just light up and run into my arms – there was no problem I couldn’t solve with a good hug. I do miss that.

Written by PK at 5:30 PM



At 12:07 AM, Blogger an English Rose said...

Hi Pk, I know what you mean about the kids. I love mine being grown up into such nice men but I did love all the times it was just us doing the easy stuff, snuggled watching a film, going on an outing, dancing together. It seemed like we never needed anyone else to be happy. I used to long for the school holidays and so did they!
love Jan,xx

At 2:07 AM, Blogger lindy thomas said...

Hi PK, I'm also with you about kids. Love being just the two of us at home but miss the children when they were little. all the fun times during school holidays and them totally relying on me for everything.
Hugs Lindy

At 4:34 AM, Blogger ronnie said...

I love having my son grown, he's so nice a joy. We used to have so much on during school holidays.

Enjoy reading your answers. Thanks PK.


At 7:22 AM, Blogger Ella said...

PK, I am with you on not wishing for them to be little again. I am happy with the memories, and I enjoy them as adults. There is something about snuggling with a baby, though, that just can't be replaced.


At 12:20 PM, Blogger Minelle Labraun said...

I agree with you about the kids. I loved being their whole world, and often didn't feel complete unless they were on me!
However I don't wish to go back again! The memories are beautiful!
Great answers!

At 2:28 PM, Blogger Maggie Jordan said...

Oh PK, what you said about the nursing and the baby smiling at you ...gosh I forgot about that until you mentioned it. That melted my heart! I literally have tears in my eyes!

I don't miss them being little either but there are memories that I miss and replay. Now that my daughter is finishing high school I look at her younger pictures a lot more and sometimes wish for that moment back. But I love knowing who they are now and learning who they will be as they get older. Those moments when my son still wants to snuggle for a hot second are a small slice of joy for me. I'm sure I won't get as many since he will be starting high school soon.

Thank you so much for the answers!!

At 9:10 PM, Blogger PK said...

We can love our grown children to pieces, but we do hold the memories of the little version in our heart.

At 9:11 PM, Blogger PK said...

So true. And I had the summers off with them so it was extra fun.

At 9:13 PM, Blogger PK said...

You're right grown children are a joy - but their problems are bigger.

At 9:15 PM, Blogger PK said...

You can't beat snuggling with a baby. Guess I'll wait on grandchildren.

At 9:17 PM, Blogger PK said...

So true, like I said - grandchildren next.

At 9:20 PM, Blogger PK said...

Mollie will sometimes snuggle with me and she's twenty-three. And the last time LJ was home we were on the couch and I fell asleep on his shoulder. He said he loved it.

At 10:59 PM, Blogger Cat said...

Loved your answers, PK...thanks for sharing. I love my boys and am very proud of the men they have become but sometimes I miss when they were little and I could fix their hurts with a bandaid and a kiss.

Hugs and blessings...Cat

At 3:40 PM, Blogger Terpsichore said...

I loved reading this and as you know we have such similarities in how we always knew we were spankos, our imaginary families and daydreams that are real to us, and how our husbands accepted our desires and happy to spank as part of love-making. I loved reading your thoughts on your children. So sweet. Yes, those little eyes staring back at you. How could they not make you melt. My own are still little but not for much longer - they are growing so fast. Hugs


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