Friday, February 22, 2019

The Brightening of My Day






Yes, I am still here. Things are always happening around here. Nearing now post # 500, I am pulling away from blogland. After almost six years of blogging, I feel the pull of so many other things.  New bloggers might be in the forecast. Stay tuned! 

This morning we enjoyed coffee in bed. Our beautiful vista was engulfed in angry clouds and the wind made the wind chimes dance. Then the sleet pelted the windows and I pulled the covers up tight continuing to enjoy my coffee a little more. 

I am living with a golfer who is not on the golf course. Winter is still going strong here and the next sun break is not until the second week in March. We have discussed this before. The man of mine doesn't have enough to keep him busy until he can turn his attention to the garden and the golf course. So he turns that blue-eyed attention to me. He got out of bed and put one of his pillows on the side of the bed patting it several times. He came around to my side and he has my attention. He helps me from bed and takes me around to his side. Over I go as he bares my bottom and a big spanking begins. He is telling me that he hears no sass or bossiness and that is a good thing. I am yelping and doing a little laughing, but only a little. He tells me he wants all of that peace to continue.   He continues to spank scooting me back into position. He says that beginning the day this way is so healthy and good. A spanking sets the tone for the day and he can tell it will be a great day even without the golf. He says he wants to begin each day this way. He feels great and his wife is sweet and calm, but very sore. 

My Jack heads to the shower and I stand looking out the window to the continuing storm feeling loved and determined to keep that smile on my face all day long as I rub my backside. Just a little glimpse inside our home today! Blogging may be sluggish, but spanking is going strong!

Meredith

24 comments:

  1. Alrighty then, that sounds like a great morning starter to me! Lol! I’m sure you kept that smile on your face as you went about your day, and Jack appreciated every moment of those knowing looks between you. Are you sure you want the golfing to start!?!
    Loved reading about your morning fun, it makes me look forward to our own weekend mornings. :) Thanks for the smile.

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    1. Laurel,
      You ask an interesting question. However, we are sesarching for spring!
      M

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  2. Meredith,
    The brightening of your day and the brightening of your ass! Love how his blue eyes still pull you in (as he puts you OVER) after all these years! Sweet! What a wonderful and sweet post! Hugs, Windy

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  3. I too have a golfer and a yard man. This might be what I have to look forward to once he retires. One can hope.

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    1. PK,
      Keep the faith. Retirement brings lots of new things.
      M

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  4. Loved this post, Meredith! We've had similar scenarios this winter as well. It seems when sports, yard and building projects have to be put aside, Spanky men often look to their other pursuits to keep themselves 'busy' ... Happy for you that you get to enjoy Jack's winter hobby as well :>)) ... nj ... xx

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    1. NJ,
      Jack is a creative man determined to keep things spanky as we search for spring. Thanks for your comment.
      M

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  5. This was sweet. You and Jack are fun to read about. I hope that you don't stop blogging

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    1. Blondie,
      I am still here, but not sure for how long. Thank you for your support.
      M

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  6. Love this Meredith, what a wonderful way to start the day :)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Roz,
      As always, thank you for your sweet comment.
      M

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  7. Sounds like P.V.I.- Peaceful Valley Insurance, at the Meredith and Jack residence! :) Those kind of spankings are a nice way to start the morning, Meredith! a morning connection, even a quick one, at the start of the day, is a little gem of love. Nice! Many hugs,

    ❤️Katie xoxo

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    1. Katie,
      I love P. V. I. That would be a policy worth having. LOL
      M

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  8. Sounds like your morning wasn't the only thing bright. :) I guess poor Jack has to do something to keep that golfing arm in shape! Hope every morning for you is just as rewarding.

    Hugs -- shell

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    1. Shell,
      And the brightness continues. Where is spring?
      M

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  9. Very sweet. He knows just what to do so you are both happy ;) Hope it warms up there. It's cold here too. We are all looking forward to being able to get outside without coats!

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    1. Deena,
      Tis winter has been a hard one and Jack has become very creative in making the best of it.
      Thanks for your comment.
      M

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  10. So happy to hear that connection is so strong. I am happy to see that you sacrifice for Jack to keep his arm in shape!😁

    Boo

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    1. Boosghost,

      Anything for this man who loves golf!
      Thanks,
      M

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  11. The sweetness of that connection never gets old. :-)
    M

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    1. Mignon,
      You are so right.......... it does not ever get old.
      M

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  12. That sounds a sure way to maintain peace in Jack’s valley, Mere. Love Katie’s description of PVI.
    Rosie xx

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  13. Rosie,
    Jack does have his peace. We start the day very smooth.
    M

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