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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Monday, March 14, 2016

Question and answers

I do enjoy March and the questions that come with it. I thank those of you who asked some questions here. I'm getting most of them today, but Maggie - I hope you don't mind, I'm saving yours for the next post. I thought you had some good questions and I wanted to give them their own posts. If there are any other question out there, just ask away.


Jan asked: Hi PK, have you ever been to England? Where is the strangest place you have been spanked?


Hey Jan, no I’ve never made it to England – my parents were the world travelers and they brought back lovely pictures. Dad was there for part of the war. He said he love the English people. He mentioned how everyone tried to get coffee for the soldiers and would invite soldiers to their homes and serve this precious commode knowing Americans loved it. He said it was always strong and black and he would have much preferred English tea, but they had gone to such trouble he always drank the coffee.

Strangest place… I’d say once when we went to the mountains we climbed up into a pasture above the road and found a nice place behind a big rock for a spanking and some other fun things.



Lindy asked: Hi PK when you retire are you and Nick going to travel, if so which countries? Are you going to branch out into other books? I really love Cassie and feel she has become part of my family but think I remember you saying something about writing other stories.



Hey Lindy, we do plan to travel but I have a feeling we’ll probably stay in the US with some trips to Canada. There are so many places in our own country we haven’t seen.

I am branching out in my writing, but it’s slow going. Cassie is easy, she writes her own stories – I just type. This is fun, but harder and slower. And just this week a new character popped up in the book I’m working on. Don’t know where he came from, but now I’m going to have to deal with him.
         
How did you choose you beta reader or whatever the correct term is?


My beta reader began correcting my work the moment I began to write – and I mean my A B C’s. She is my sister and is definitely not a spanko! She despises Tom and Cassie annoys her to no end. But sisters help one another. Perhaps I should get a spanko friend to do it now. When I first began writing I didn’t feel like I trusted the content to a non-family member, but that’s been a long time ago.

         
Ronnie asked: Why do you like being spanked with the belt?
One item on your bucket/wish list.




Hey Ronnie, I think the belt is so personal. I watched Nick remove his belt for years, watched, stared – it was his and he handled it daily. I love the idea of him taking it off just to use on me. I love the feel of the leather, even the wraparound quality is to my liking because it causes a sting that will linger. Not to knock the cane, because I know you love it, but it’s a stick and it’s impersonal and it doesn’t conform to your behind with it’s being used.

I’ve always fantasied about the belt and my first really hard, ‘for real’ spanking was done with one. Nick said I seems to wonder what a real spanking would be like so he gave me one. It was the first time I bruised an I couldn’t get the smile off my face for days.

My bucket list?  My # 1 thing on it would be to have grandchildren.
         
Minelle asked: Hi PK, my question is actually to do with Nick. Has he made any friendships with others in connection to TTWD? It can be because you have made a friendship and he shares that one or on his own.




Nick did make some friends in the early days. Eve and her husband Adam visited here and we went to their home several times as well as making several trips with them. I think Nick liked Adam a lot. Then we went to CA and met Grace and Bossman and Ceeci and her fellow. All the men got along surprisingly well, but as these lovely ladies drifted from blogland the men didn’t keep in touch.


Leigh asked: Great questions above. The only question I can think of has to do with Nick's parents. Does your MIL still do those terrific Sunday dinners for the whole family?




Nope age has finally caught up. She did cook for us all up until Christmas, but not sense. The whole family still get’s together however and different ones of the five children makes the main course. Our turn next week.


Cat asked:If I remember correctly, you gave Mollie a copy of the first Cassie book to read. If I am correct, what is her opinion? Has she asked if you wrote more and if so, has she asked to read? If you haven't shared any with her, do you think you will? How about with the boys?



         
I ask LJ to read one and he did. He said he like the character but that all he could see was his mom in her writing room writing it. But like I said I'm happy that I'm not hiding what I write about.

Mollie is funny about the books. She is not a big reader, and I can’t say if she’s read any of they in it’s entirety, but she does know the just of the stories. She does not approve of the spanking parts. “No man has the right to tell a woman what to do and spank her if she doesn’t do it.” is her take on the whole thing. Fair enough, I think she should feel that way at her age.

Also Mollie is a closed book about many thing and my stories are not something she wants to discuss with me, so we don’t. I’m content that I feel comfortable for her to know what they are about and that’s all that matters. Having said all that I was surprised a while back when she asked about something that occurred in the fourth or fifth book. I asked her, how did you know about that, I never gave you that book. Her answer, “Well mom, just because I don’t want to read them doesn’t mean I’m not going to support you. I always buy each new one.” Gotta love that kid.

21 comments:

  1. Loved your answers, PK...thanks for much for sharing. It is so awesome that Mollie is buying your books! Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  2. Hi PK, I wish you would pop over to England for a visit, I will make you tea! I think it is great that your kids know what you write about. I am pretty sure our youngest and the dil to be know about our lifestyle, yesterday they said we were like sickening love birds!!lol
    love Jan,xx

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    1. It feels relaxing that I don't care who knows anymore. I might have been embarrassed for my parents to know, but they're gone now. So with my kids knowing I don't have to hide from anyone. I love that feeling.

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  3. Thanks for your answers PK, enjoyed reading them all. So good Mollie buys your books to support you.
    We're the same with travelling, still so much to explore around Australia. Where ever your travels take you I know you'll have fun with your wonderful man.
    Might email you further about beta readers if that's alright?
    Hugs Lindy

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    1. I enjoying traveling, but I'm really a home body. Email away!

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  4. Hi PK,

    Loved reading these. Thanks for answering. I enjoyed your answer about the belt. Mollie is wonderful.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. I'm glad you asked about the belt. It gave me the chance to really think about it.

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  5. Thanks for sharing some more of you with us...Mollie is one wonderful daughter...
    hugs abby

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    1. Mollie is the best!

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  6. PK,
    Loved reading your answers
    Meredith

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  7. Enjoyed reading your answers PK. Mollie sounds great.
    Rosie xx

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    1. She's a special girl.

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  8. Hi PK, thanks for all your answers!
    I love what Mollie said and that she buys your books!
    My daughter was speaking about 50 shades recently and said the story wasn't realistic. I almost said something regarding a 'truer lifestyle!'

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    1. I don't think Mollie would ever what to discuss the lifestyle with me, but at least she know. No hiding for me.

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  9. Thanks for the answers. Mollie is her mother's daughter, for sure.

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  10. Loved all the questions and all the answers, but hearing that you love the belt was tops. I do not know why, but I am with you on that one.

    Lovely Little Words again. The swish of the belt coming off. Oh, be still my beating heart.

    Ella Just Smiling Like a Fool

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  11. Just stopped by to say Hi, I don't have a question, but I love all the ones asked.
    HUGS!
    grace

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  12. really loved reading your answers...your description of the belt has me dreaming again... thanks

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