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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Through the Wonder


We hope all our friends and followers had a happy, joyous Chanukah and Merry Christmas.

At a cocktail party over the weekend mouse found herself a bit tipsy and when mouse gets tipsy, she tends to become rather giggly and terribly slutty. While Daddy rather enjoys slutty mouse, he absolutely can't stand it when mouse laughs a little too loud. And that night, well mouse had a horrible case of the giggles. it seemed everything made her laugh. Daddy was watching mouse like a hawk, swapping out her cocktail for a glass of water. It was just a case of too much drink and not enough food.

Now she wasn't shitty drunk...she was quite aware of everything going on, Daddy stayed close by tho, because he knows all too well, there are times when mouse can just let go....not a good thing. He monitored the drinks, swapping them out with water and when food came around, he made sure mouse ate. Eventually the buzz wore off, yet the sluttiness remained. When mouse whispered into his ear something highly suggestive about meeting him in the host's bathroom...Daddy countered it with instead maybe she should offer herself to every man here at the party. Oh that shut her up but good.

He wasn't amused with slutty mouse at that moment. After that mouse behaved herself and completely lost the urge to giggle. Yet deep in her mind, she wondered what that would be like...to brazenly offer herself sexually and began to wonder who might take advantage of such an offer...it was a fun game.

In the car, during the ride home, mouse lightly mentioned the consuming thoughts to Daddy, who laughed. He said it wasn't *that* kind of crowd. Of course it wasn't, but what if it were? The thoughts left her quickly when Daddy mentioned the older gentleman who was openly staring at mouse's hardened nipples. While mouse remembered the gentleman, who had incredibly cold hands, the thought of him leering at her made her uncomfortable. Why hadn't Daddy said anything. Ya know while it was happening? He laughed when he saw mouse blush.

Daddy parked the car, got out and walked around to let mouse out. Snow was falling placed his coat around mouse, then bent her over the hood of his car, parted her legs and entered her right on the side of the road! A quickie just for mouse. Then he put mouse back into the car, walked around, without so much as glancing around, got in. He started the car turned on the heat slowly made his way home.

Daddy drove in silence the rest of way home. Not an angry or annoyed silence but a more concentrating on driving safely because the snow was picking up. We arrived home and mouse checked on the kids while Daddy drove our sitter home -- she just lives a short drive away.

Daddy returned pretty quick and found mouse in the sun room watching the snow fall outside. In the family room the fire was lit and mouse also lit some candles. Daddy looked around and remarked that in our old home, it always looked as though a Christmas bazaar had blown up, but here everything just fit without being overwhelming. Now mouse kept still on that comment. We sat down in the family room and watched the fire and enjoyed the soft lights of the Christmas tree....outside snow fell...what an amazing evening!

In the morning it was still snowing, not a heavy accumulation, measured barely in inches, but it just looked so very, very pretty. Daddy pulled his mouse close, grabbing a fistful of hair, he pulled her into position. He parted her legs and found mouse oh so wet and inviting (his words). He entered mouse so slowly, wrapping her up into his arms....it was unbearable. Like being consumed from the inside out. He told her after that if she was going to leave candles by the bed.....oh dear! They've been there since we moved! He lit one and forbid mouse from moving. The candle wax dropped hitting all those very tender spots, causing some yelps and squeals. Outside the door we could hear the dog moving around. Daddy held mouse still and smacked her rear several times with his hand until mouse just let go and cried with huge tears streaming. Thank you so much Daddy for everything you do for mouse!

By Christmas morning the snow was mostly gone. Santa came making some very happy children.  A very happy mouse spent much of the day warmly doting on her family. We stayed home. A small turkey was roasted. We played games and laughter filled our home.

The day after Christmas, we all got up early and went to the mall. Scored some pretty cool close-out deals too.

21 comments:

  1. Sounds lovely, sounds like you had a happy holiday.

    Nice to see a post from you!

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    1. It really was nice. One more celebration planned and then we can relax a little. :-)

      Happy New Year,
      mouse

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  2. What a lovely Christmas for you and your husband.

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  3. All that and shopping too?
    It sounds like you had a wonderful holiday mouse.

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    1. Of course there was shopping --- ha! Picked up a blouse for $3 and had 20% off!...seriously it was like they were paying mouse! Lmao

      <3 ya monkey!! Happy New Year!

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  4. OK, that sex-by-the-side-of-the-road-in-snow thing is definitely going on the top of my Christmas list for next year...!

    Sounds like a lovely holiday.
    May you have a whole new year full of the same!

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    1. You really need to try it sometime. The hood of the car was quite warm! Lol.

      Thank you so much for the New Year wishes and we hope for you the same! <3 ya!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  5. I enjoy your blog very much. Great post by the way...

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  6. Oh mouse im a laugher too when i have too much to drink, everything is just funny! i suppose its better than the alternative and being a bitch (the one drink that makes me nasty is vodka, so im not allowed it).

    I think alcohol does make one more brazen, the inhibitions are loosened, im more 'suggestive' than i would normally be which he doesnt mind in private but in a public setting he wouldnt be amused.

    Did you get yourself some nice bargains in the sale? we went out the day after and got a few but household stuff, i really wanted this nice handbag but bossman was being a meanie and wouldnt let me have it (ok so i do have a lot) but well a women can never have too many handbags!...i just dont think men understand that.

    x






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    1. Sooooo glad mouse isn't alone in that tori! Yes found some fantastic bargains! Daddy totally doesn't understand purses either. He has a wallet. Meh!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  7. I am just so glad to see words here from you! Wishing you all a very happy new year...

    hugs, swan

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    1. Same to you sue! Really really hoping 2013 is a great year for all of us!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  8. There's something very appealing about this mouse's writing, makes me feel soft and warm inside. Whenever I see that she has written a post, I jump to read it.

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    1. Malcolm Sir! Thank you so very much. You made mouse blush.

      Happy new year!

      Love,
      mouse.

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  9. What a lovely holiday celebration! I"m so glad for you - and glad to see you blogging!

    hugs,

    aisha

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    1. aisha you and everyone give mouse such encouragement to keep blogging! Just need to thank you for that. <3 ya!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  10. Glad you and Omega had a nice Christmas, mouse! And good to see a post from you--I miss your regular posting routine. Happy New Year!

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  11. Glad to hear you had a lovely holiday mouse (and family!) I wish we could have gone looking for close out deals at the mall after Christmas, but it's just too hard these days with babies and strollers and all! (plus we got a snow storm here)

    Hope you got some great deals.

    Have a Happy New Year!

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