Thursday, 22 September 2016

My community

Our little community is devastated and in mourning for one of our young locals.  A week after RUOK day my physiotherapist committed suicide.  None of us can rap our heads around it.  She was always a bright, bubbly girl, had a fantastic job, healthy and had everything to look forward to in life.  Everyone loved her as she helped so many people in our community with her magical ways.  I'm one of those people she helped,  as she managed to get me from relying on a walker to get around, to being able to stand up straight without any  aids and walk freely. Yet something obviously triggered her to commit suicide which is so sad.  This goes to show you can't judge a book by its cover and you can't judge a person by their smile.





Make sure you give all your loved ones an extra cuddle and tell them how much you love them.   Try to spend time with them and look behind their smiles to make sure they're really alright.



Anyway I'm going now to read some of my Cassie's road trip book to cheer me up.

Enjoy the rest of your week.





Hugs Lindy

Sunday, 11 September 2016

Remembering 9/11

From ashes and shattered lives, America dusted off...Stood Up...Rose Up...held hands and sought Justice...never forget 9/11/2001
May Those Innocent People Who Lost Their Lives Be Resting In Eternal Peace Forevermore. Amen!




True or False you be the judge.

Sitting in class on my last day of genealogy one of the ladies asks if anyone wants a puppy, which was going for free.  A $2500 puppy for FREE, to good to be true! No one piped up, so I said my daughter might.  I sent D1 a quick text, she excitedly replied using some very colourful words which I'm not going to repeat,  I told the lady my daughter is interested. I didn't tell Bear about the puppy at all.  The next day I received a text to say come around to meet the puppy which I did straight away.  Bear asked me why I was in so much of a hurry.  I replied a friend has invited me around for a cup of tea, well it wasn't lying as we did have a cuppa.

I fell in love with the cute puppy, brought her home and immediately Frankie started playing with her.  Bear comes in from doing his exercises, spots the puppy and says what's going on here? Instead of saying its for D1 I said we are trialling the puppy,  I asked him if he was angry with me. He just gave me one of those looks and went about his business.  Since then both Bear and I have fallen in love with the puppy so decided to keep her.  Frankie has calmed down heaps since the new puppy arrived here, so its a win-win situation. D1 says she is happy for us as knew I wanted a companion for Frankie.

Bear keeps bringing up the fact that I asked him if he was angry.  All he says is what ever makes you happy.  Golly gosh I think I could rob a bank and Bear would say what ever makes you happy.          So do you think this is true?                                    
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Its been raining cats and dogs here, so many parts are flooded.  On Friday we decided to go for our 100km drive  to do some shopping.  On the way the sides of the roads had water creeping up, then on the way home some of the areas were flooded.  Who said they need rain, will send you some of ours? Bring on the warmer weather to dry the paddocks.


Do you remember when you were younger in school and sent to the headmasters office? Today after church the priest asked me to see him in his office after he had greeted everyone.  I was panicking thinking oh no what have I done. I asked Bear if he was told to meet him there also.  No it was just me. YIKES!  I felt like a school girl again.  Phew! in the end it was just to explain how he has ordered some gluten free hosts for me and also once he returns from his three week holiday he wants to do a home visit with Bear and I.  Bear asked me on the way to the car what it was all about so I joked that he gave me a spanking. LOL!  You should have seen the look on his face, it was priceless.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

R U OK?

Today is R U OK day.  I'm sure this is throughout the whole world and not just Australia.  So are you all OK my friends.

Nothing much has been happening here lately in regard to TTWD. Bear seems to have put it on the back burner.  Thought I'd still pop in though to say hello as I have been missing you all.

Hugs Lindy

Friday, 26 August 2016

Been a fabulous week in our household but Shh! better not talk too loud as usually as soon as I say that everything turns around.

Firstly I'm so excited to have made a break through in my genealogy  finding the skeleton in the closet in Bears family.  His paternal grandmother took the secrets to her grave, never telling anyone what really happened.  I've been doing a genealogy course for the past six weeks which has been useless.  With Bears permission I posted on good old face book to my friends in the country where his dad was born for HELP!  Within five minutes I had unlocked the missing links and then another friend hopped on board helping even more.  Now I can go way back to the 1700s to his family in Scotland. Modern technology is wonderful in times like these.





Secondly my photo was chosen on Instagram.  Yipee! This past week we've had to post daily photos depicting emotion prompts.  It's been really hard, so I was most surprised when my sad, lonely egg made the Fab Four.  This is my photo and monologue below.

August 23rd SAD I'm so sad! All my family and friends have left me behind. I hear them giggling and yelling. I want to be sunnyside up on warm toast. Or have some handsome buttery soldier dipping into my core. As for those girls at No. 96 oh la la! Do they not have any shame screaming with delight as they're being whipped with a wisk. Makes my insides quiver.
Yet here l am all lonely and sad in the dark, cold fridge. Please invite me over to your plate so I can sidle up to those crisp bacon pieces.



The weather is slowly improving around here and so is my Bear at last.  I was on the receiving end of at least three playful spankings this week through being cheeky.  Our usual night time ritual we say good night, have a good sleep and I love you.  One night I told Bear I loved him more than he loved me.  He immediately responded by saying "Is that so,  you're going to cop it girl, roll over on your tummy."  Next thing he was warming me up with hard swats quite nicely, a late night spanking is way better than taking sleeping pills.

 

Bear has been quick to give me swats when passing in the kitchen.  Of late he seems to take a delight, as when he swats me Frankie jumps up to either bite my bottom or maybe to protect me.  Either way Bear thinks its funny.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend full of fun and plenty of gg spanking.

Hugs Lindy

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Wet Winters afternoon.

Hello from down under on this very cold, wet winters afternoon.  Only 9 more days until Spring, thank goodness, hopefully it warms up slightly.  The weather has been teasing us with one warm day, usually in the middle of the week.  During this week it reached 25c with hot winds then right back to 12c since.

Found these things in our Sunday Herald/Sun thought you might be interested.  Think spanking might be catching on down here with this cartoon.  What do you think?




Then there is this article about revamping your sex life, love number 3.  Write down what you want and open an envelope monthly.  WHAT!   Why can't we have kink all the time? Maybe the sexologist needs to talk to the cartoonist to  know more about kink. LOL!                                                            

                                                       


Enjoy your weekend everyone and I hope you are experiencing some sort of kink. Please send some warm weather down south to us.
Hugs Lindy

 

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Keeping my brain engaged.

Firstly I will tell you things have improved since my last post.  Bear and I have talked, he has revisited his specialist, which has solved part of the problem causing his depression.  Men why don't they communicate, if it was the other way around I would be in so much trouble.

During the week Bear called me into the lounge room for what he said was a cuddle.  It was a beautiful warm winters day, so I had all the doors and windows open to air the house off. On my way past Frankie I accidently stood on his paw and without thinking said "Oh shit, sorry didn't mean to do that."

Instead of a cuddle on arrival in the lounge Bear said come over here.  He pulled me down over his knee and spanked me really hard.  One of his favourite sayings is "What would your mother say."  if I do something.  Our couch is L shaped and where he sat was right near the open front door.  I was shocked saying not with the door open what if someone comes.  Bear replied stick your head around the corner, say you won't be long as you're just having your bottom spanked for swearing. We both ended up giggling even though I had a roasted bottom.  What I said on PKs post about turning up the heat down under being a double meaning,  has come true.

Second, luckily I had my brain engaged today,  Bear has decided its time to try the church down here. After the service today whilst having a cup of tea, one parishioner introduced herself to us.  She told us she is leaving on a months trip to Colorado to visit her twin sister during the week, so won't see us until she returns.  The mention of Colorado had my mind on Corbin's Bend, I might have glazed over thinking of the books.  LOL!

Advice to self....Stay focused Lindy and not daydreaming about spanking books whilst in church.

Have a good week everyone, hope you are all well and receiving plenty of fun spankings.

Hugs Lindy