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Monday, May 21, 2012

Beneath a Shady Tree

We woke for no reason early Saturday morning, Daddy immediately put mouse's mouth to work on his cock. He was so hard and ready, groaning and loved everything mouse did. It's unusual to find him like that. He pulled mouse to his chest and held her there for a while. He asked if mouse had breakfast planned.

As a matter of fact, it was mostly prepped and she had something special mind. His eye brow arched; goodness his mood was wonderful. 

Took out the scones out of the fridge and preheated the oven, then started cooking some veggies for Daddy's omelette and multi-grain pancake batter for the kids. Cut up some fruit (oranges, melons, berries) and arranged them into tall glasses with Greek yogurt and a honey drizzle. While the scones baked, mouse walked outside onto the patio and decided breakfast outside would be nice. Quickly covered the table with a couple nice table cloths (very French country). Snipped some lavender lilac off the tree and filled a vase.  A nice family breakfast outdoors.  

Daddy came into the room, just as mouse was pressing the coffee and looked at the table. He pulled mouse into his arms and kissed her. The buzz from the oven, stopped the kiss. Feeling a little dizzy and hungry not for food, mouse pulled them out of the oven and arranged them in a basket, lined with a pretty towel.

Sometimes mouse will muse that in a past life, she must have been a short order cook. In no time everything was cooked and on the table. We ate as a family and after tidying up, mouse finally showered. Daddy set out the clothes he wanted her to wear for the day. Daddy walked into the room, while mouse was fixing the garter. He came up behind her and grabbed her sex. Shivering, mouse leaned back against him, practically begging for use. 

The whole day seemed to go like that. Daddy took the family out for a nice walk and later we ate dinner out too. At night, after the children were in bed, then we finally got our time.

Sunday morning, after some sleepy morning sex, Daddy told mouse to put in her plug and forbid her to talk the whole day. The whole day!!

He placed a spoonful of honey into her mouth and told her to hold it there, until he gave her permission to swallow it. It helped remind mouse her place. We went about the day, planting some shrubs in the backyard (yes mouse truly hates yardwork, but loved being close to Daddy).

Later he fired up the charcoal (only mouse uses the gas grill) and we grilled up some burgers and sausages with a nice salad rounding out the meal. It wasn't until evening that mouse realized that Daddy hadn't worked all weekend!!

Daddy granted mouse permission to talk after rituals and long lovemaking, which included lots of cock-worship for mouse. It was a lovely weekend!

Song selection: Good Day Sunshine; Lennon, McCartney



28 comments:

  1. While H and I are struggling, reading about you and Omega gives me hope that we'll find each other again. Life is so cyclical.
    many hugs,
    mg

    ps. Saturday was also filled w/yardwork. Ugh. but the wisteria has bloomed on the side of the front porch. Oh it smells soooooo good. Almost makes the yardwork worth it. Almost.

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    1. You probably will...sometimes in relationships it feels like you're not even reading the same book...but then you realize you are on the same chapter and close to the same page...

      Wisteria is gorgeous. Our Lilac bloomed a bit late this year so we were able to enjoy it more.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  2. You, Mouse, never cease to amaze me with your attention to details. I once had a man who would garnish every plate he served me. It was an art.

    Now please explain with a young child and a baby, how the heck to you not speak a word all day?

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    1. LOL. Well the no talking rule really doesn't apply to the kids anyway...But when Daddy mentioned yard work the 12 year old kiddo spent much of the day in hiding.

      Of course mouse was allowed to sing to the baby and do all the normal stuff for babygirl. Who just loved being outside a decent chunk of the day.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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    2. I was totally going to ask this question. Thank you for answering it. :)

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    3. Not a problem!! Thanks for reading Conina!

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  3. That sounds wonderful - but a quick question - how do you go the whole day without talking when you have children? curious...

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    1. The rule doesn't apply to the kids. But we at the mention of yard work, we hardly saw the 12 year old most of the day...well except for meal time...

      LOL

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  4. Sounds like a lovely weekend! I'm longing for June, when Mistress has said she'll stop working at all hours...

    But how on earth do you manage not to say anything for a whole day with two kids in the house?? It's a serious question, because I'm in awe.

    I would love to be able to do things like that in our everyday life, but there hasn't been a day since little S was born when I could have managed to not say things; even when she was tiny she craved singing and cooing and funny noises. :-) Or did Omega handle all kid-related stuff all day?

    If my question is in any way offensive I'm really sorry, I worry it might come out the wrong way. I'm simply hoping you two have some great solution/way of thinking/strategy we can borrow, to incorporate more control despite kid-handling. :-)

    (Because around her, kid around = very little fun or control being had, and I'm thinking we're doing something wrong.)

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    1. The no talking rule never applies to the children or to the baby. :-) It more or less applies to all unneeded chatter (mouse is very prone to do). Although the older child wasn't seen or heard from much (kiddo is allergic to yard work).

      Being still is more like a short journey...at first it's impossible (hence the use of honey), but then gets easier. It's a nice reset for mouse because she must really consider what she will say...

      Hugs,
      mouse

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    2. I realise I was something like third in line asking this question... Thank you for answering so politely!

      And then I totally get it! And yeah, I can see how the honey would work to take a short break, be still, and then continue on in a calmer direction.

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    3. Well, you didn't know that until all the comments were published ;-)

      You just can't predict which post will generate lots of comments or lots of questions....When they're all the basically the same question...well mouse feels that she's goofed by not being more clear to begin with.

      The honey, because it's soooo thick is a great starting point...he normally makes mouse hold it in her mouth around an hour or so...And he started it right at AM nap time so that part was easy.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  5. Oh your breakfast sounds soooo lovely! It's been ages since I made scones, might have to do that next weekend. And perhaps we will have a nice breakfast outside to celebrate school getting out. Thanks for sharing your beautiful morning.

    I've never not spoken all day, except for times when I've lost my voice. Those times it did make me aware of how often I use my voice in a much too loud fashion. That sounds like a very difficult, yet soothing experience.

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    1. The wonderful thing about scones is that you can do them a million different ways...and dough freezes soooooo well! Right now, our stock needs repleshing...lol. Think there are only 4 left in the freezer...

      Thinking of doing some lemon dill ones for summer...

      Not talking does that, it makes you much more self aware of what you're doing...

      And while it's a struggle, it's also nice.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  6. A delightful way to spend the weekend! Homemade scones...have a recipe but haven't tried it yet, after reading your blog will have too.

    Hugs,
    Joyce

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    1. Thanks Joyce! It wasn't a very exciting weekend, but it was kinda fun.

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  7. The sweetest of fairy tales :) Thank you for sharing that mouse that fairy tales can come true sometimes.

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    1. faerie - Yep sometimes they can come true!

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  8. I was thinking when reading this about one of your labels...stepford wifery and this post well its like that...being a stepford wife that is but i dont mean that in an offensive way.

    One of the reasons my ex gave as a contributing factor for breaking up(the father of my children) is because he said it was like living with a stepford wife and he couldnt handle it..(amongst other issues) but i enjoy cooking, looking after the home, the children and of course the bossman, but the difference is in this relationship its embraced, its just normal.

    As for not talking..well yeah i get that quite a bit..i bet that doesnt come as much of a surprise lol

    tori x

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    1. tori -- first mouse is totally not offended. It was an "oh dear," moment when mouse decided to start that label. After talking it over with Daddy, mouse decided to go ahead. There is nothing wrong with wanting to have things "nice" or the house "clean"

      And it's nice to have it embraced.

      Since mouse can be a bit of chatterbox...lol...it's almost a relief being told not to speak.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  9. Oh my, it would absolutely kill me to be forbidden to talk for a whole day! Having said that, I often find that quiet time leaves me feeling very philosophical, so I can see how it would be of benefit, even if it were imposed as opposed to being a choice lol.

    Flip x

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    1. BF - it does make one stop and kinda think a bit...pause maybe? Yes it does lead to some very introspective thoughts...

      Hug

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  10. I haven't made scones in ages - now I really really want to make some.

    I love you two -- you're so good for each other -- tis was a nice distraction for my day

    thank you mouse

    sfp

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  11. mouse; I am wondering if a scone in America is the same thing as in England/Australia. Flour, milk, butter, a little sugar and keep rolling it out and then cut it up, brush with egg and cook in the oven for about ten minutes?? Your breakfast sounds lovely and I think it is lovely how you have embraced making your home a beautiful place to be and your table a wonderful place to eat. You should be very proud.

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    1. Vesta - Yes, it's the same, although mouse uses a combo of whole wheat pastry flour and regular unbleached white flour.

      The house really is coming together, but it's a slow process, as a good friend is frequently reminding mouse decorating and creating a home is a journey.

      Oh yes mouse is very proud of the way things are coming together...and that table....Really should have snapped a picture....It looked sooooooo nice. It's a bad habit of mouse, getting so wrapped up in whatever she's doing, and doesn't think to grab a camera or even her phone!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  12. I cannot imagine not talking for a whole day. Of course if my Dom set this task he would also allow me to talk to my children BUT, still, to not talk at all to him, to not share my feelings or chatter or tell the stories of the day... that would be very hard for me. And a correspondingly large step in my submission I suppose.

    -sin

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    1. sin,

      You might be surprised, it's easier than it seems it would be. It's also kinda mentally freeing, once it's embraced, but it takes time to embrace it.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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