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, February 05, 2007


I asked the Lord to tell me

Why my house was such a mess.

He asked me if I has been “Computering”

And I had to answer “Yes”.

He told me to get off my fanny

And tidy up the house.

And so I started cleaning up…

The smudges off my mouse.

I wiped and shined the top part

That really did the trick…

I was just admiring my work…

I didn’t mean to click!

But click I did and oops I found

A real absorbing site

That I got so way into…

I was into it all night.

Nothing’s changed except my mouse

It’s very, very shinny.

I guess my house will stay a mess…

While I sit here on my hiney!

I can't claim credit for this poem, but if all the little old ladies in my church continue to send me such good emails I'm going to use them occasionally.


  1. Ok I have tried to comment 3 time and nothing. Also the other three times Eva showed up with a comment here and now she is gone! Guess she is cleaning something.

    Anyway what I wanted to say was it is too hard to clean work and blog. So let's just work and blog!

    Love the poem!


  2. Anonymous7:33 AM

    If those dear, sweet little old church ladies only knew what you were doing with their poems...hehehehe


  3. Cute! That's exactly how I felt on Saturday and then the urge to clean more than my mouse/desk struck.

    Clean house=Happy blogger.

    *Big Hug*
    ♥ CeeCi

  4. I've got you beat on the clean mouse. My keyboard and keyboard tray are clean, too!

    Loved the poem. Thank the ladies at church for us, huh? lol


  5. PK, before I forget, great FF story and hot!!!!
    I had commented well before Tiggr posted.
    You and I have something else in common, I too would rather comment than clean, if it wasn't for my lady that does, my house would be a tip. I'm surprised Nick doesn't get on your case, I could email him with a suggestion or two.WEG
    Like the poem, little old ladies have there uses. *G*
    Warm hugs,

  6. Theresa,
    Let's just blog! The money fairies with take care of the rest.

    One little old lady that sends me he most off colored jokes was my first grade teacher!! Now that feels weird!

    That's one urge I rarely get!

    I'm impressed! I will have to get around to cleaning someday!

    Thanks for your encouragement on the story. I like fiction but I rarely try it. I would like to do more.

    Nick and I both clean a little, but he rarely fusses if I don't.

  7. Anonymous3:06 AM

    Elis - great poem!! And housework is truly over-rated...


  8. Sky!
    If it were only something you could do and be done with it - it's just haveing to do it over and over and over!!!