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Friday, April 11, 2014

It Comes Down to Fate

A teeny bit of introspection from mouse, leaving the Master/slave thing we do aside for a moment and taking a stark moment to remember that's only part of who we are.

Last night we had to go to a dinner at a friend's home -- oh mouse shouldn't say it like that. Neither of us were particularly in the mood. It was something we just had to do.

Daddy has, mouse will joke, an internal GPS and rarely gets lost. Last night tho, we ended up on the wrong street and mouse just lamented without thinking "don't you know where you're going?"

He stopped the car, looked at mouse and just said, "don't"

It reeled mouse in quickly. It gave her pause and made her think, it also made her kinda weepy.

"Don't do that," he said. Referring to her tears. He told her not to do the girl thing she does. Not now, he wanted no part of it.

Quickly and without any sarcasm, mouse apologized. Although it did little to stop more tears. It made her nose sting. We arrived, and settled. The host was making drinks, the hostess passing around appetizers before the meal. Daddy got mouse a drink, and mouse collected some small bites for him.

One woman, mouse had never met, asked who she was with and mouse told her.

The woman said, "Him? Oh honey you have my sympathy!"

It can be hard, mouse's mind briefly wandered to our weekend recently, but in the end she replied with, "Oh he's totally different at home."

Because he is.

He likes things the way he likes them, but mouse was a bit put off by the woman she'd never met before saying that about Daddy. It turned out they work together,so the remark might have been more about that.

Shortly after the brief exchange, Daddy appeared by mouse, his hand comfortably hitting that spot on her back and she felt proud to be by him. The dinner was good. Conversation was a bit dull, but that's normal for things. In the end mouse got all the names right.

We left a bit early, using the sitter as an excuse, on the way home we talked about the party. Daddy thanked mouse for rescuing him more than once and mouse genuinely thanked him for helping mouse. The housework has never been so easy and completed so quickly thanks to him and his lists. It almost hurts a little that its better. But there's something about going down a list. It's comforting and if it's not on the list, mouse just knows its not a concern.

Here we were sitting in the car driving home after a party and mouse thanked him for cleaning lists. It sounded crazy. But mouse felt she hasn't thanked him enough for that at least recently. When we got home, after checking on the kids and sending the sitter home Daddy performed some maintenance on mouse. He began with his hand and mouse squirmed, then he switched to the belt and mouse cried. After he held her so very close.

Much later after some pretty awesome sex, mouse thought about fate and wondered if we really were fated to be together from the start.

9 comments:

  1. first, I have to say, how rude of that woman to say that!! good grief! secondly, (after reading the entire blog a few years ago) I've always felt you both were fated to end up together...always. just mg's thoughts.
    hugs,
    mg

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    1. Thanks mg!

      Some days mouse would totally agree with that, but there are days where mouse wouid question...

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  2. I love how thankful you are in your posting. I have been trying to be thankful everyday for the month of April. This really makes me want a list of things to do though. We have something like that, but I think a lousy may work better.

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    1. Oh everyday in April professing thankfullness? That's awesome!

      Think mouse should try that...one of these months. Or maybe every month? It's important to express it and often mouse knows that she forgets to tell Daddy.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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    2. I am writing them in my blog this month and telling Master at the same time. He seems to like it and it is making me more thoughtful and attentive. To look back through the tune and pick something about our dynamic had really helped me be more introspective... it may be something I keep doing if he likes it enough, lol

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  3. Wow. I can't believe that lady said that. How impolite of her. What did your Daddy say about that? I am glad you were there and proud to be with him. Her seeing that is the best medicine. You two are so much fun to read about. You two really do seem to complete each other. It is wonderful.

    Hugs,
    Fiona

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    1. Really Fiona at the time mouse wondered if the woman didn't have too much to drink. But Daddy laughed when mouse told him. It's a comment mouse should be used to hearing...lol. Most don't go quite that far, but more than once someone has obviously bit their tongue. It was probably innocent enough.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  4. I agree with monkey girl, what a horrible thing to say! I completely agree about fate - what makes two people be just in the right place at the right time to meet? What makes things right for them to turn into the people they become together. :)

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    1. Thanks...and really don't know. We've known each other for so long, but it's nice that we are together...

      Often mouse will muse, if we had tried to be together would we have lasted?

      Honestly probably not.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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