Monday, February 3, 2014

What happens when you slack off on your chores

It's really quite simple.  It is Her pleasure that matters.  Obviously She would've preferred something different than cleaning the dishes after W/we had guests for the SB.  That's my job, and it wasn't getting done.

Here is the result:

*** picture removed to comply with Blogger's new rules ***

I hear that it never looks as bad in a picture that it does in person.  I understand now why "they" say that.


  1. A nice red ass indeed, but I have to say I agree, the pictures never do justice. I can beat David till my arms are sore and I may get a nice picture, but it never seems quite as vibrant as the real thing, and his marks always fade so fast no matter how hard I am on him.

    I am enjoying your blog, I have read all your posts so far and will continue to do so going forward. I am glad you discovered our blog and are enjoying it.

    As for blogging advise, I have some suggestions for your. One, write from your heart. I have always wanted a "real" blog, one that portrays how we really are and how we think, feel etc. Two, don't be discouraged or stop writing when you don't get comments on a daily basis. The blogging world is funny, you will see hundreds of views a day on your blog over time, but very few people will leave a comment. What I enjoy about the blog is that our story is documented and we can always look back on where we have been and what we have been through. So that is something that motivates me. But then when you make new blogging friends that you do interact with it makes it more fun yet. We post quite often and there have been times that it felt like no one was reading, but I kept posting anyway and then off and on you get the surprise of a few new followers who also have nice blogs.

    1. Thank you for your comment Mistress Marie and thank you so much for the advice. Especially the advice about not letting the lack of comments be a discouragement. I agree with the notion that the "real thing" is the way to go. I can't tell you how many times I simply moved on from blogs that are frankly nothing more than sometimes (usually unrealistic) fantasy in words.

      The realness of your blog and some others is what keeps me interested in waiting to see more.

      I hope you continue to enjoy my ramblings and feel moved to continue to comment. Advice is always well received.

      Thank you.

  2. I am new to this whole blogging thing myself, I don't see the box at the top to join your blog? I added your blog to my blog list but I don't know if that is the same as joining your blog. Is that something as a blog you have included by choice or is there another reason that the "join" box doesn't appear. I guess I am just confused on how this works.

    By the way you asked for sound is some....Do the dishes next time. LOL.

    1. Thank you for very sound advice my friend! Dishes ..... done!

      As for the option to "join", I don't know how to make that happen. I want everyone to join, but being new at this, I can't seem to figure out how to make it so. Is there any more good advice in there from you?

    2. On your blogger dashboard where the little arrow is next to your blog name, click that. Got to layout. Then on your sidebar click add gadget. a list of them pops up but what you want isn't in that list. On the left side of that list click more gadgets. scroll all the way to the bottom where it says followers and add that. Then people can follow without using google plus.

    3. Wow, thank You so much Mistress Marie. You blogger people are pretty smart.

  3. Nice spanking, I truly wish it would happen to me more often. I agree, it never looks as red in the photo.
    I started blogging just as a way of keeping a personal journal for myself of what types of kinky sex play we had, somewhat so I would have something to read about if I got to the point where it wasn't happening any more.
    I didn't ever expect when I started that I would learn about female lead marriage.
    I opened up to my wife about my interest in this about a year or so back and have really enjoyed the progress we have made so far. I can only imagine what we will have devolved to in a few more years, particularly after our youngest child moves out of the house.
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts and experiences.

    1. Sounds like a familiar story Bill. Thanks for following and commenting. Stay in touch.


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