Master/slave · Vanilla

Curveball

I guess it’s been a minute since I’ve taken the time to write.

We’re still doing our thing but it looks so very different now. Life has thrown some curveballs & adjusting to them has been quite the challenge.

Over the summer Sir’s adult daughter moved in with us. I am an only child with no kids. I’m not used to sharing my space. I’m not used to having to think about what I wear when I leave the bedroom. And sometimes the way she speaks to Him irritates me. We’re learning to deal with one another though and most days I genuinely enjoy her company.

I’m still learning how to serve Him properly with her in the house. She noticed early on that I attend to all of His needs. She’s not used to it. This younger generation doesn’t understand what it means to take care of your man. I try to explain to her that I grew up in a time where men went to work and women took care of them when they got home. I can’t justify calling Him “Sir” in front of her and it bothers me that I don’t get to address Him that way.

We went to our first munch a couple months ago but life is crazy and we haven’t been back. We’re trying to find some friends in the lifestyle. In a different lifetime I attended lots of lifestyle parties and it was so much fun. I got to be me. I think Sir would enjoy going. Some day, when our house is built, I hope we’ll get to host parties.

I feel like this post is is kind of all over the place, it doesn’t have a whole lot of direction, yet I have so much to talk about. I really want to start showing up here a little more often, I think that writing is very helpful and it is a way to keep my mind in a place of service. I can tell that I need to refocus. Maybe I can start with a goal of just 1 post a week… Anything more would be a bonus. We’ll see, soon, I hope.

4 thoughts on “Curveball

  1. Welcome back! What a nice surprise to see you pop up in my blogger dashboard 🙂
    Having someone else living with you is a huge change and challenging to a ttwd dynamic and does take sonne adjustment.

    Looking forward to hearing more from you 🙂

    Hugs
    Roz

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  2. it does sound like a lot of things are happening, and honestly, sometimes when that happens in my life i feel like just abandoning the blog. Often tho, once I get writing I realise just how therapeutic writing is for me. I hope you find some time to decompress and if writing here helps, then we’re happy to see your posts. but if not, don’t be too hard on yourself. it was lovely to read here today.

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