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Monday, August 27, 2012

Love can Mend Your Life

Early Friday Afternoon mouse received a text from Lucy. At that moment, mouse was really doing nothing, just sitting, contemplating dinner. The text said, "wanna get together tonight?" Cool! Instead of replying in text mouse phoned. Sometimes it's just easier to talk than to send text messages back and forth. We were both pretty eager to shirk cooking, so we talked about ordering Chinese food and getting pizza for the kids. As we talked, mouse sent Daddy a text about the plans -- yes asking permission. Told Lucy that it shouldn't be a problem, but just in case...no news is good news and we'd see them around 7:30.
There wasn't a lot to do, so mouse made a few lists for shopping and began planning the week's menu. Now, mouse did find it kinda odd she hadn't heard from Daddy, but figured he must be busy. At around 6 she called and ordered all the food, then got the kids into the car and started out. The Chinese food place is around 20 minutes from our home, and the pizza is 30 so we picked up the pizza first, then quickly made our way to the Chinese place.

Meanwhile Daddy came home to an empty home and food expectant dog. By the time mouse got home with the kids, Daddy was close to getting a bit frantic -- thinking there was an emergency of some sort. He called just as mouse was turning into our driveway. Told him we were home, seriously mouse couldn't understand what the fuss was about. He was quite terse with mouse, insisting that she had no right to make any plans with anyone without securing his permission first. Even after mouse explained that she had sent him a text (which he said he didn't receive) and showing him it on her phone...he began to calm only a little. He asked if it was too late to call it off, and like magic the doorbell rang. He sighed wearily.

Lucy and Schroeder brought wine and dessert and were blissfully unaware of any conflict (Daddy wouldn't ever reprimand mouse in front of them). During dinner Daddy's cell buzzed. Work sending a text message, but also his phone buzzed a couple more times. One text from his mom and the other was mouse's text about dinner. He dealt with the work issue and returned to the table.
After dinner and a quick cleanup, we played hearts and watched a movie (Message in a Bottle with Kevin Costner and Paul Newman) the guys grumbled at the plot, as mouse and Lucy passed Kleenex back and forth. The dessert was good tho.

When they left and after the kids were in bed Daddy said he had received the text message during dinner. He explained that mouse knows her rules or should and that mouse should have made more effort to contact him. The reason (he deduced) she hadn't put in the extra effort was that she was afraid he'd say no.
Was that really it? Yes, that coupled with the fact she really didn't want to cook, all which mouse admitted. He lectured mouse on protocol. Then told her to undress. He had her meditate on errors with thte clover clamps on her nipples and told her stand with her fingers laced behind her head. Then the unthinkable happend. The baby woke and began to cry (it should be said she fell asleep very early) but instantly mouse's breasts began to ache. Daddy at once saw mouse's discomfort. But said nothing. He told her not to move.

He left and tended to the baby (Babygirl will drink breast milk from a bottle from anyone, as long as she doesn't see mouse). By the time he returned mouse was in tears, begging and pleading for forgiveness and for release from the pain. He allowed mouse to pump her breasts but told her to do it slowly. He watched as mouse pumped one, then made her wait a few minutes before starting the other (which was leaking profusely). The milk was transferred into freezer bags and stored, equipment was thoroughly cleaned after. He told mouse to kneel and had mouse suck him, but when it was time for him to orgasm he withdrew and came on her face.

He was angry. For the first time in a long time mouse felt worthless. After a while mouse begged permission to wash and ready for bed. Daddy said it was fine, but she must meditate again. On her knees mouse handed Daddy the clamps (she truly despises clover clamps), which he applied placing the chain in her mouth and told her to look at the ceiling. Ouch!

After making mouse move her head several more times while she repeated her mantra about belonging to Daddy, he told her to stop, he removed the clamps and said to wash her face, brush and floss and go to bed. At that point mouse felt horrible A short while later in bed, wrapped in his arms, mouse told him how sorry she was and how the punishment felt. While it was going on, it helped make mouse feel better...like absolution. But now, mouse felt uneasy.

"Truly, truly sorry Sir, it won't happen again."

"Sir?" Daddy quietly repeated curious as to the choice of words.

It's just that when he corrects mouse like this, he feels less like Daddy and more like Master and mouse is reminded that she is a slave without a lot of expectations.

Saturday morning we got up, taking the kids to a farmers market. Honestly, mouse was on her very best behavior and mouse was rewarded with flowers (they were a very good price) and for lunch he ordered mouse a salad with steak, which of course mouse ate slowly. 

That evening he took mouse slowly again rewarding her and saying that was the girl he knew and loved....

Sunday was spent relaxing, Daddy grilled up lots of veggies and chicken. Best part of that no cooking Monday!

Despite being corrected, no matter how well deserved, it was still a wonderful weekend and the mental rattle of chains lulled mouse to sleep.

Song Selection: Message in a Bottle; The Police

15 comments:

  1. So glad the rest of the weekend was nice. Punishment is no fun. But I guess it's not supposed to be. For me indifference is the worst(and more of our dynamic). I'm confused by the loud music at the farmer's market...why do they do that?
    Many changes going on here, talk w/you about it soon.
    Hugs,
    mg

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    1. mg,

      Yes the indifference hurts a little, don't you think? The farmer's market and loud music...ya don't really understand why they do it. Think they try to make it fun...but what can you do?

      Big hugs,
      mouse

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  2. Oh, Sir being angry or worse, disappointed is terrible. It sounds like a marvelous rest of your weekend. He was wonderful to reassure you that he loves you and takes care of you.

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    1. Yes and that's exactly what he did!

      Thanks for the comment!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  3. I have a hard time using Daddy too sometimes after a punishment, Sir just seems so much more appropriate.

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    1. dancing,

      Yes!! Completely!!!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  4. It sucks when they're mad. And I get the Sir/Daddy thing too. I really really want to get back to calling him Daddy sometimes.
    -sin

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    1. sin,

      Yepper, it does suck when they're mad. When mouse first started calling O Daddy she didn't mention it in the blog. It seemed weird to her. But it sprouted from the safe way he made mouse feel at that time. It just felt right to both of us.

      It's very intimate to call them that, don't you think? Also think that deep down, they get that.


      Hugs,
      mouse

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  5. Oh the correction sounded awful :( I agree with monkey girl too, indifference is the worst! Glad the rest of your weekend was lovely ava x

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    1. Ava,

      It really was very lovely!

      Thanks and hugs,
      mouse

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  6. Yikes. That was some serious correction. I can imagine how you felt....

    hugs,

    aisha

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    1. aisha,

      It was awful. But honestly mouse understands why.

      HUgs,
      mouse

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  7. mouse first off im going to apologise because this is going to be one of my longish rambles.

    When i first read this through yesterday i was thinking poor mouse she didnt deserve to be punished because its not like the disobedience or displeasing Omega was intentional and i was convinced that it was an unfair punishment..and it was on my mind to the extent i was discussing it with the bossman and so convinced i was that it seemed unfair i put it to him that he wouldnt punish for doing the same would he?

    Well i was wrong he said he would of and it caused quite a discussion between us me being adamant that i would not be happy being punished for something that was unintentional and him saying that in that scenario he would have expected me to not to make a commitment without talking to him and getting his agreement first!

    So at that point i got a bit shirty because i didnt think he was being reasonable and he has a rule that he wont punish me unless i acknowledge that i deserve it and ask for it and i was resolute that in that scenario i would not deserve it...he irritated me further by laughing at that saying i would end up beating myself up more than he could and would.

    So after all that my point is (yes there is one lol) do you or have you ever felt that a punishment is unfair or unreasonable?

    x

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    1. Tori,

      Daddy chuckled reading your comment and told mouse, "You have an advocate."

      Let's just get one thing out of the way, what mouse did, was not completely unintentional. Yes, she sent him a text, but when she got no response (which mouse did feel was rather odd) , she didn't follow through by either calling or sending a quick email. Daddy was completely right the reason mouse didn't was because she was afraid he'd say no.

      And it should be said he did have fun that evening too. He certainly wasn't angry with our guests or pouted the whole night, nor did he mention what happened to them. Lucy is great at picking up on things like that and thought nothing of it.

      Now, there have been times when mouse was punished -- unfairly so but those all had to do with someone else baiting mouse. There was a third party influence at work. Those punishments mouse found very hard to tolerate.

      But the punishments she's received more recently, mouse can't argue with any of them. In fact, honestly they've been bothering mouse a lot lately. Daddy is sooooo good to mouse, the fact she'd disappoint HIM to that point is very distressing to mouse.

      It's funny tori, but mouse is more upset about it all now, than she was when she wrote the post on Monday.

      Please don't hesitate to ask all the questions you want!!!!!!

      <3s and hugs,
      mouse

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    2. Sometimes i need a while to get my head around the situation i admit im quite stubborn and its not until i have had time to dwell on something that i am able to see reason, yes now i can get that it was the fact you could have made more effort to get in touch but didnt want to hear "no".

      I would have probably, no i would have reacted the same as you did because a "no" is the final word in our house and for the most part im fine with that but occassionally its not a word i want to hear so i will try to manipulate the situation to avoid it..i know not a very good trait.

      I wander if your more upset about it now because its sunk in that it was avoidable but you chose to do what you wanted..not that im trying to make you feel more worse lol

      thankyou for listening to my rambles

      xxx

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