I was thinking today why I do not contribute to the blog as much as I used to. A big part of it is my new job. 12 hour workdays, plus contract work that i do at home in the evenings, as well as being an attentive Master and taking care of children, make it difficult to find time to blog.
I think another part of it is that we have gotten so settled into our D/s relationship, that it seems such a part of who we are, that I don't necessarily see what to blog about. My pet wears her collar when she goes to bed at night, I cane her, I use her in whatever manner I wish, she has her duties to follow during the day....it's what we do these days. Like breathing and eating. It's what we do.
I do not want to give the impression that we are settled into a routine, that things are mundane or boring. On the contrary. We still find delightful surprises in our world. We have not hit our limits, either one of us, in what we are capable of. L is capable of being even more submissive, and I am capable of being even more Dominant. We often talk about how things would be if we did not have children around, and agree that we would probably venture into a Master/slave relationship. We've talked about me coming home to L, her kneeled before me naked and collared, and her evening spent at my heels. We talk about these things, and we both get aroused by it, and end up fucking each other silly.
So, no, nothing mundane at all. Still lots of surprises. For instance, the other night, I had L pretty deep under and I pulled out the Hitachi and used it quite aggressively on her clit, and the ensuing orgasm soaked our sheets. L used to argue that female ejaculation was a myth. She has since learned the reality of it.
Anyway, this blog was called questions, because that is what we are throwing out there to our readers. Ask us questions. Ask us...anything. We'll reply here on the blog (you can ask if you want the reply from L or me). Or, you can email us.
We've both started to realize that we are no longer amateurs at this. Two years in does not necessarily qualify us as veterans, but we know what we are doing pretty well. More than anything, we have survived insurmountable odds to get where we are. We have made it to the summit of shit mountain, and once we got there, we blew that motherfucker up, and have left it in our wake.
We are survivors.
We are amazing.
We are in love.
And if we can help others, well, all the much better.
With fond wishes,
S & L