Friday, May 3, 2019

Spanking and Baseball




Hi, everyone! We are just fine. Even though I am not blogging as frequently, ttwd is alive and well right here. I am busy with a new pastime which I love. Jack is golfing and we continue to travel a lot. So now that it is a new month, I need to post. Spanking happens all the time here in a playful way and once in a while, a serious way. Sometimes playful even turns into serious in the blink of an eye.

Jack was running late for his tee time and went to the end of the bed placing the pillow just the way he likes it for a spanking. I watch him from my side still tucked under the duvet. His pantomime begins. He motions for me to come to his side of the bed and I laugh shaking my head. He begins the spanking swatting away at an imaginary bottom as I laugh from afar. Then he motions for me to come over and now. I shake my head and he begins to move toward the infamous sweater drawer where the leather paddle lives. Talk about moving fast, I jump out of bed, scurry to his side as my cami and panty hit the floor. Over I go and the real spanking begins as he tells me his expectations for the day. I remind him that the window is open and he just smiles and continues spanking. 

Finally, he stops and begins some serious loving pulling my backside to his front side. What a sweet way to assure a great round of golf. 

He did say that this spanking was a lot like baseball. I asked him what it meant. He told me that as I waited in bed to be called to his side that it was like I was in the on-deck circle waiting for my turn in the batter's box. He said he fancied himself the pitcher. I told him to be on his way to the shower as his tee time was near. He kissed my forehead, spanked one last time and was on his way loving the peace in his valley. 

How are those spring sports faring at your house?

Meredith

17 comments:

  1. This had me chuckling away, Jacks little warm up was too funny!
    It’s a good thing you're quick and he didn’t make it to that sweater drawer, being warmed up and holding a paddle is not a good combination.
    Glad to hear things are rolling along smoothly there. :)

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    1. Laurel,
      Often when I claim things are smooth, it does backfire on my backside. Thank you for your comment.
      M

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  2. Love this Meredith, Jack's baseball analogy made me giggle. What a wonderful way to start the day )

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Roz,
      Indeed it is a wonderful way to start the day.
      M

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  3. Close call on that rose paddle, Meredith :)) ... No spring sports here but hockey is over (or at least it is for Frank's team) which means more time for other indoor 'sports' :) ... Happy to hear your passion for your new pastime continues ... nj

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    1. NJ,
      Rainy day activities are very sweet too.
      Thanks,
      M

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  4. There is only one comment that could possibly come to the front of my mind. Home Run! Way to go, Jack. However, Mere, you almost had an error.

    Go Team Says Ella

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    1. Ella,
      A home run is a good thing. Thank you.
      M

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  5. Meredith,
    As an athlete, what I am most impressed with is the natural ability of a ttwd wife and her bare, pink bottom to cause her husband to be late for his tee time.

    So Jack was the pitcher in this scenario. Laughing. And it sounds like he outlined your batters' box with chalk (fluffing and placing the pillows)....so he was a bit of field landscaper, too. Then he had the authority to expect you to scramble from the on deck position into the batters' box within a reasonably quick time, so that also makes him the umpire.

    What an impressive day at the ball field for you two!
    Hugs, Windy

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    1. Windy,
      You are stretching my analogy and I love it. Laughing! Thanks,
      M

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  6. Hey M,
    We pay very little attention to sports but baseball season always makes me think of Abby and M's betting games. Win or lose, she always gets spanked. Lol
    Amy

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    1. Amy,
      In the end, it is always my end. Thanks for stopping by.
      M

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  7. Sounds like you two are having a great time!

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    1. PK,
      Smooth until it's not!!!!
      Thanks for stopping by.
      M

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  8. You know I don’t have a sporty bone in my body, Mere, but I’m pleased to hear Jack has peace in his valley, which is good news for you!
    Rosie xx

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    1. Rosie,
      Yes, there is peace, but you and I know how easily that harmony can explode. Right? Thanks,
      M

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  9. glad you are enjoying yourselves :-)

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