The Beginning

There are so many wonderful blogs I have read and kept up with that gave me the strength to become comfortable with who I am. I would have liked to follow many from the beginning of the journey and that being the case I thought I should start mine from just that....the beginning. It took me a long time to get here but I am excited for what the future holds.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Still here but without Internet

Thank you to everyone who has stopped by and emailed to see how things are going. We are still unpacking, hanging things and realizing we don't have things we need. The one BIG thing we don't have is interenet and the service provider tells us it's going to be some time before they can actually dig the lines to us. It is frustrating.

You all have been very missed! Reading from the phone has kept one feeling at least a little connected. Commenting via phone is too tedious and posting....well obviously that's has not been happening. It's crazy that at the time writing would help the most it's not really available. As this is being typed co-workers could stop by and its a rush to get it all out.

The kids are really happy with the new living arrangements and everyone is adjusting well. Of course there has been those moments of stress and snapping at each other that come with moving (and a bad car accident and a kid with a broken growth plate, etc, etc, etc) but Master had been a rock and has helped keep things in perspective in many ways. He seems to know exactly when the cure is to make one laugh or cry.

Going from living apart to be being in the same house has really been a game changer for how things flow between us. Master is very specific with what he wants and these are things one is very eager to give, we just have not gotten into that everyday routine yet but expect to be there soon. Not to mean there hasn't been play and whippings because there has which has been wonderful but we both want to dig deeper. We look forward to having the whole house in order so each night is not running to pick up hardware, paint or a strainer after you have just made Pasta and have no way to get it out of the pot.

Master did give a list of his house rules and it seemed overwhelming to read since there were so many. In reality most were expected and it would be great to share them here although this post was not something planned so one needs permission first. Some are habits that are going to take some time to break, others are ones that slave simply does not like but she likes that she has to do them because he said so and some are as mundane as how he wants the house run. Oh just posting them would be great.

Some things one has learned rather quickly:

Master does not mind or stop if the implements get a little blood on them......that concept makes me hot even if it really hurts at the time.

Having your breath controlled while your getting spanked is something everyone should experience at least once.

Getting whipped before coffee just because the kids are still sleeping and he can really wakes a girl up and

Being a slave to a morning person when you are clearly a night owl is challenging, apparently grunting is not an answer to any question even if its one considered to be ridiculous before 7am.

My goal is to start writing on a regular basis now, even if is just a short post from work when it seems it will go unnoticed. There is so much to fill you in on and just no way to do it.

Maybe the rules can even be posted on Monday....with permission of course.

Have a great weekend and please know how much you are missed.


  1. Well, I am so happy to hear from you! And glad everything is moving along. Although sounds like there is a lot going on in every day life to keep you guys distracted. But you will get there. I am happy to read you sounding happy.

    1. db,

      I hope you are doing alright. I miss seeing you here in blogland. But mostly I just hope everything is working out for you.

  2. I was gone awhile, too. It takes awhile to catch up with everyone. I slowly started realizing some people were absent, and I wondered why I hadn't seen you commenting or blogging. Glad you're kinda back!

    At my old house, I had dial-up internet. Our area was on the list to have satellite access for almost a decade. I was on the list forever, but it was wonderful not to have time to mix up a batch of cookies in between page loads. Be patient, grasshopper. (I don't really mean that last sentence. I was so impatient for years. Didn't help, but I still was impatient. Lol!)


  3. Its good to see you posting.

    Sounds like your all settling in, once the chaos is inline and you settle down it will all come together.

    Being without internet is difficult..especially with teens! lol


  4. Good to hear from you again and glad you're getting settled in.

  5. Good to see you!
    Mornings...Oh yea, challenging here too.

    Hope everyone is okay after the car accident, and congratulations on the new house!

  6. Glad you are here but be very careful of what you post at work. There are "eyes" everywhere.

  7. It is great to hear from you and to hear that the move went as smoothly as moves can go. I am not a morning person either, and yes it can cause a problem.
    hugs abby

  8. Good to hear from you. Hope things settle quickly. Can't function without internet in this house.... like electricity and water, is a necessity!

  9. Hi DF, it's great to hear from you! I've been wondering about you and am so glad to hear it sounds as though you are settling in well. How frustrating having no internet. As Sunny said, be careful posting from work. You just never know what may be 'discovered'.

    I'm not a morning person either, fortunately, neither is he though. I can definitely see it being a challenge with Master being a morning person!

    Ooh, I would love to read the house rules. I understand disliking some of them, yet liking that you have to do them.


  10. So good to hear from you. You sound happy, almost giddy! Glad the move is going smoothly and that you are settling in.


  11. *waiving*
    Good to see you. You sound busy and hectic, but happy! Congrats on the house. So sorry to hear about the accident. Hope everyone is ok, barring the broken growth plate, ouch :(

  12. So happy to read this (though I am terribly late to the party) Happy to hear all is working out!
    Routines take time to get down and a home takes time to make. Looking forward to reading more ;o)


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