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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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The extremely exciting life of PK (not really)

I want to blog; I’d blog every day if I could, but I have very little of interest to tell you. We don’t do TTWD anymore. I have no exciting trips planned. So… let me see what else is going on.

I’m trying the intermediate fasting diet. You know, the one where you fast for sixteen hours and then eat during an eight-hour window. It sounded horrible, but it really hasn’t been. It’s really only changed two things. I don’t eat breakfast. I used to, but never a big breakfast. I cheat a little because I do have my coffee, but that’s all. I begin eating around noon and I can eat until 8:00 PM. Which means I don’t snack all evening like I used to. My blood sugar is fine and the doctor isn’t worried about my trying this.


Now the big question – am I losing any? Not really. I am down a few pounds and I know it would be a lot more if I’d get off my butt and exercise. I’m walking a little but I sure could do better. I’ll keep it up a while longer and see what happens.


I had something strange happen Sunday. When I got up that morning my hips were hurting – bad! It was like I’d gotten a deliciously, hard spanking, but that hadn’t happened. 

Sitting down was very painful. I finally realized it was my hip joints that were giving me the problem, both of them equally. I hadn’t done anything to make them sore – nothing. And they had never bothered me before. The closest I’d come to exercise was a … I can’t even call it a walk, it was more like a stroll Friday afternoon. So, what had happened?


Then on Monday morning I got out of bed – nothing. No pain, no soreness, the problem was just gone. I hadn’t even taken an ibuprofen. This happens with my knees occasionally. Sometime during the night one will start hurting enough to wake me and I can barely walk. The next day the pain can be completely gone. Then I might happen a few weeks later to the other knee. 


I’m not complaining as much as I am curious. I’m delighted the pain goes away on its own, but what the heck is it and how can I get it to stay away permanently? 


There is something exciting, to me, happening this weekend so I’ll try to post about that soon. If any of you have a thought of something I can post about leave a comment or shoot me an email – I’ll give it a try.  elisspeaks@yahoo.com (if I don’t answer your email within a few days, I didn’t get it.)


  1. Hi PK,

    I enjoyed reading your update. I love hearing about blog friend's lives 'beyond the kink' lol.

    That is interesting about the diet, it's kinda what I do. More out of habit. That is weird about the hip pain. Great that it went away on its own!

    I'm curious about your exciting weekend now :)


    1. I'm headed to the rheumatologist next week. Hope he can tell me something. I am looking forward to the weekend.

  2. It was all the kinky stuff that brought me to blogland, but it's the people behind the blogs and their personalities that keeps me coming back. There's so much more to life than just spanking.

    Sorry, I have no thoughts on the hip pain. Odd that it came and went like that. About the only time I see pain come and go with no obvious reason, it's usually nerve pain and nerve pain has never felt like a delicious spanking - not to me anyway!

    Looking forward to hearing about your weekend!

    1. I'm the same - spanking brought me here, but the people over they years have kept me here.

      I'm looking forward to hearing what the rheumatologist has to say next week.

  3. Well, my best guess is your body is trying to get older and it keeps trying to fall apart and things just randomly hurt because they can, but that's all I've got.

    You keep writing, PK, we all love to come and listen to you. Chatting away and talking about what seems to be nothingness to you, but for us out here listening, it's a peek into you, your personality, your talents, you...and you are a pretty cool person to learn from.

    1. That sounds like as good an explanation as any.

      Thank you, that's a lovely compliment. It is fun talking with people out here. It's slow paced, a little faster than having pen pals in the old days, but blogging and emailing give me time to think about what I want to say and time to absorb what my friends say back to me.

  4. Anonymous7:43 AM

    Hi PK,

    I get pains like t hat from time to time. One evening I went to choir practice and was perfectly fine. After an hour of sitting, we were told to get up and go into the sanctuary to practice with the organ. I stood up and could scarcely walk, my foot was so sore. After 48 hours it was fine. It's gout.


    1. I have some friends that suffer with gout. it sounds rough.