We were returning from a morning urban hike. The sun was out, the weather crisp and cold. I was irritable, huffy and not happy. It was just one of those days. Even keeled Jack did not understand and would cut me no slack. Would I like a spanking on a cold bottom? He asked me and told me that was where I was headed. I could count on it. I think I rolled my eyes and sighed.
Then he told me his score card was just about full. Score card? Are we talking golf here? A low score is a golfer's dream. Was Jack talking golf? No, he was NOT talking golf. His score card had nothing to do with golf and everything to do with my bottom.
He told me that he was tallying demerits concerning my disposition. What?? He told me that he had tallied some misbehavior of mine. Let's see: several snarly remarks, several things not completed on the home front, some distancing, some attitude that needs adjusting and a recent eye rolling. Are these things given points?
Yes, said Jack. The number of points were adding up and the score card was just about full. Wait...... I did not know about any score card. Jack had been tallying hatch marks? Really??? Smart remarks are counted up? Attitude is calculated by hatch marks? How many tally marks for rolling my eyes? I do not know about any of this!
I asked him if I get to see the score card. Jack said there was no fun in that. He told me he keeps the score card in his mind. Really??? The bottom line he says is my own bottom. Yikes! How will I know when the score card is full? Jack smiles and says, "Oh, you will know. It will be broadcasted all over the bedroom. "
When we got home, Jack did spank me........short, "sweet" and stinging.... He called it an "I love you" spanking with no implements..... just his hand and my bare bottom. That score card had been redeemed and a new clean one was already in place.
Does your husband keep a score card? Does he keep track of the little things until a spanking is due? How do you know when you are getting close to the edge? How do you know when you are crossing the line? Are you camping out on that line? What happens when you go over "the edge"?