Friday, February 28, 2014
Who's In Charge?
My husband has been gone the past couple of days, and I've really missed him. If you've read earlier posts, you'll recall that, when we first started living DD, my husband woke me up in the morning to remind me of "who's in charge." That didn't really work out, because I have a lot of trouble getting back to sleep, and my sleep is vital to my job performance as a singer.
Well, this morning I happened to wake up before he did, and we lay in bed together, touching and holding each other. The topic of "who's in charge" came up, because I playfully told him that I did not know who was in charge when he was gone--it could have been anyone, for all I know. Then I mentioned that those "who's in charge" reminders seemed to have died out after 2 days.
I don't know why I say things like this. I can't afford to be woken up every day, so I don't really want daily spankings in the morning, but I did want one now, which is probably why I said that.
"You think they died out after two days, huh?" he said. "Well, you must have short term memory loss, because I've given you plenty of them, but I stopped giving them to you in the morning, because you couldn't sleep."
"No, you're right, I don't want them in the morning," I replied.
"Well, morning seems to be the best time to give them to you, otherwise you forget they even happened," he said.
"Nooo, please don't wake me up in the mornings. I really appreciate you not waking me up," I pleaded.
"We'll see," he answered, and he got up to get ready for work. I put on my pouty face, and he crawled back into bed and pulled me over his lap for my "who's in charge" reminder.
Afterward, he asked me who was in charge.
"You are, Sir," I smiled.