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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Thursday, December 18, 2014

TBT - Early Morning Naked Gymnastics

This is one of my throw back Thursdays - way back nearly eight years ago. It was just a fun post that I came across and thought it might give you a laugh.

This will be a bit of rambling and not nearly as exciting as the title would indicate. First you need to
know about one rule in our house that in my mind should never be broken. It ranks up there with the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. The rule is - Nick always gets out of the bed first!

This started out naturally enough when we were first married. He had to be at work at 6:30 AM and I had to go in at 9:00. (This is still true but he leaves the house at 4:50 and I leave at 7:10) He had mentioned, before we were married, that his mother always got up and fixed his dad a big hot breakfast before he went to work. I, of course, asked if he thought she would get up early enough to come to our house and do that. But that didn't seem to be what he was hoping I would get from that particular story. When it finally dawned on me that he was hoping that I might do something along this line, I offered to rise up on one elbow and point toward the kitchen. Actually that never happened, I just slept.

I am not the only one to depend on Nick rising first. The paper carrier depends on him too. It throws the poor man off on the rare occasions when I have gotten up first. When Nick gets up first the paper carrier always throws the paper on the arm of my chair where it belongs. But when I get up first the dummy throws it way out at the end of the carport! This is extremely inconvenient on cold or wet mornings. I was a bit worried about this when Nick got laid off for a while last year. What would the poor paper carrier do? Nick being the good guy that he is still got up before me. The paper carrier was happy, the paper landed on my chair and I was happy too because Nick often had breakfast ready when I got up.

Last night was a wonderful night. Mollie actually got to sleep early we felt comfortable making a bit of noise so the locked briefcase (aka toy chest) came out and there was a small fun spanking followed by some great loving, so great we neither one had the energy to put away all the toys. No problem, Nick is an early riser and Mollie is a typical teenager and is never awake before 10:00 on a Saturday.

But the bed felt so good that next morning, and Nick felt so good, and he felt me up so good that one thing lead to another and it was a real good morning. But we drifted back off to sleep, not late - 8:30, but that's very late for Nick and of course it never occurred to me to get up first. Panic did not ensue until he headed for the shower and I heard him talking to Mollie! I knew if she was up that early she was headed to my room. All I could thing of was, 'Keep her talking, honey' So in a panic I am flipping across the bed, buck naked, throwing toy in and slamming the lid and twisting the locks. Fast as I could I flipped back, with my butt up in the air as I tried to get the case back under my side of the bed and my butt back under the covers before I had company. I am really not used to gymnastics when I first wake up, but it was worth the effort. Mollie came in for a quick good morning without the trauma of the knowledge that her parent's collection of spanking/sex toys were feet away. I taumatize the poor child enough by teaching at her school, this is a trauma she can do without.


  1. LoL PK, love it! Really enjoying your TBT posts :)


  2. Oh Pk, how funny, I imagine all these years later that Mollie is pretty unshockable!!
    love Jan,xx

    1. She may be, but I don't want to push it.

  3. Yes, fun reading your TBT posts.


    1. Sometimes it's fun to look back.

  4. LOL PK...loved this! Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs and blessings...

  5. Funny PK. I can just picture you scrabbling to put things away.

    P gets up first in our house.


    1. There were just some things I did NOT want Laura to see.

  6. Had to be funny - how things have changed.

  7. Oh I can easily picture the gymnastics!

  8. So funny. I had to read the part about making breakfast to my husband! It tickled us both! After his shower, I have to read him the rest of it. You are so quick!
    Rosie Dee