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.
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Friday, August 17, 2007


Folks, I have to tell you this is fun! I love being here with Eva and Adam! You would barely know that Eva has had surgery. She is doing so great! It is very much like visiting a real sister; I don’t feel like a guest. I go into the cabinets or frige just like I owned the place. And I am not the one making her laugh. Adam and I are just talking to her; it’s not our fault if she thinks things are funny. She is just as guilty as we are!

Supper plans were changed. While Adam and I ate our chicken, coleslaw and bread we gave her a Flintstone’s vitamin! And after that she whined so much about the broth we forced down her throat at lunch we gave in and let her have sugar free chocolate pudding with her calcium mixed in. It seems strange to have someone look at 3 oz of pudding in a bowl as if it were a gigantic feast that could not possibly be consume in one setting!

I have been getting to meet many of the people I have been hearing about. Eva’s daughter, son-in-law and their friend were here tonight. They are wonderful they were so funny we should have sent Eva from the room! I also got to see some of the town. I have seen their neighborhood (we took the pup on a pretty good walk) and I have seen their bank, their church and their Wal-Mart! It didn’t seem like a good idea to have Eva walking all over Wally World so she got to drive one of the little scooters. Adam and I stayed behind her for fear of being run down and it made it easier to make fun of her driving from a safe distance!

One other thing I have noticed is the power of suggestion. Eva evidently told everyone that I have an accent! Because everyone I met seems to mention it. Eva has obviously swayed them because I think Theresa, Tiggr, Reesa, Suzy and Cassie have all agreed that that is simply not true.

Now let me tell you about the pup. He is a doll! He is so sweet and cuddly. He does love his mommy! I was more worried about him liking me that their daughter. If the pup had said ‘no’ I think I would be sleeping in the car! Well not really but they do like him and it is easy to see why!

It has been a good day. Eve is feeling well enough to flash me and really when you feel that good how much better could it get?


  1. Anonymous6:24 AM

    You two were back there making fun of my driving?

    I'm crushed.

    Okay, okay so it was pathetic. I was getting the hang of it by the time we reached the checkout though.

    Twin, I am so glad you are here and so glad you feel at home!! If you think the kids and their friend are funny just wait till you meet my friend who's coming to dinner tonight!!!!

    I'll try to not flash ya today but there are no promises!!

    Love you!!!!


  2. PK, this is such good news. Still Eva should take a little care, that is a serious procedure.
    Love you, you wonderful woman, here is a hug for you and another for Eva.
    Warm hugs,

  3. Anonymous10:07 AM

    Hey now.. I have to take up for Eva on this driving thing. It's not as easy as it looks!!

    Sounds like you're both enjoying the trip. How's Nick doing on his own this week?

    *hugs* Suzy

  4. What a great update! Eva, I am proud of you for driving one of those electric buggies. I am afraid of them, when I had foot surgery and was on crutches for 6 weeks, I refused to even try to drive one.
    Big hugs to you both!

  5. I'm glad she is recovering and so quickly! Sounds like you guys are having a wonderful time!


  6. LOL!

    Way to go Eva! I like it that you feel the need to flash PK. She probably deserves it and more!

    Oh, wait, this is PK's blog, sorry PK!

    Good job taking care of our Eva! But stop trying to blame Adam for things. I believe the man is a SAINT!


  7. Twin,
    Did I say we were making fun of you? I meant to say others were making fun of you and we, of course, made them stop!

    Don't worry Adam and I are holding her down when she tries to fly too high. So far she has been a really good patient!

    She really did pretty good!

    Nick had had an interesting time this weekend. He has taken Mollie shopping for school clothes and has taken LJ back to school since LJ is without transportation. A very fatherly weekend!

    The cart looked like fun for a short time but folks would have to get out of my way!

    Theresa we are having a blast. All we need are a few more bloggers here.

    Yes Grace this IS my site! And you are right about one thing, Adam is a saint!!

  8. Awesome!!!! I had to go on one of those carts! I was a reckless driver too!!! Of course i had trouble reaching the steering handle bars of it around my twin filled tummy! PS and I had many good laughs about it, especially when I had my two older ones on my lap too!