It’s Wednesday, late afternoon, and I just woke up.  I’ve just finished three twelve hour shifts, and went to bed this morning around nine.  

I’m on day seven of a pretty restricted diet, and I’m crabby and hungry.  I’d like to eat a bowl of sugar now, please.

I will be presenting at the Atlanta Poly Weekend in June, if anyone is going, I want to see your face!  

I’m craving a little kink, and there’s nothing to be done about that tonight.   

SMF and I have a date on Friday to drive into the mountains to the hot springs.  He’s taking CC to a hot spring tonight, and when he told me that, I had a little poke of some kind of feeling!  Not jealous.  But possessive, or maybe proprietary over having a hot springs date.  I’m already thinking of something else we can do instead.  I know it’s silly.  It is.         

I’d like to eat a pepperoni and bacon pizza now, please.

8 thoughts on “~Random~

  1. Hi. Hubs and I have been kicking around the idea of APW. We are just starting on the openish journey and we’ve never been to anything like that. I’m hesitant as I’m afraid of sticking out like a sore thumb. 🙂
    I love you your blog by the way, I’ve been a lurker for a while now.

    1. You should do it! What makes you think you won’t fit in? (Thank goodness for people who don’t fit in…they are my favorite!) Thank you for the kind compliment on the blog. I rather like it too. 🙂 ~Ginger

  2. I have been struggling with this sort of unexpected possessive/proprietary feelings lately too. I’m not sure what it is really… but if we are going to do something together and I am looking forward to it, and then I find my partner is/has done the exact same thing with his other partner immediately before then… it feels like a let down. I love sharing experiences with my partners, but finding that this is a repeat performance (especially right around the same time) somehow feels less special. I guess I don’t want to feel like I’m always getting the play-back and that takes away a lot of my sense of newness and adventure.

  3. Hahah.. I have to laugh. I feel the same sometimes. I don’t like recycled dates. Sometimes I don’t care if they do the same things with me and with others, but special stuff like hot springs dates I don’t like recycled. We go to the same restaurants and some of the same fun things, sure, but for trips I like going to a place that’s ours. I don’t know why really. It’s just nice sometimes to have something a little special.

    1. This was just a little drive, and they didn’t even end up going (not because of me, I didn’t ever tell him I felt a little weird, because it was such a small thing). So now I get to maybe feel a little guilty because I still get to go and CC didn’t. Dumb.

      Human beings are wackadoodles.

      1. It’s not the drive length. I just mean I don’t like recycling special dates. I know my partners and metas eat and drink and play at many of the same places and I don’t seem to ever mind that. I just like some special times or places

      2. Me too. I tell myself that what’s special is the combination of me and him, and everything else outside of us is just details. But sometimes I don’t listen to myself. 🙂

      3. I do exactly the same thing! That, and honestly even if I did the exact same thing with two partners, it’s always going to be different, and it’s special because they are. I have fun folding laundry with them. Whatever we do is good. And all of that is true. But for me, it’s also ok if every now and then I want a novel or different thing or don’t wanna do the exact same thing. If I am honest about it and communicate. Actually that alone usually solves it. They laugh and kiss me and say sure, and then I don’t actually care anymore. Lol

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