Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Ellas answer

Ella asks

I don't remember reading about how you and Bear got started with ttwd. I would love to hear about your Chapter 1.


When Bear and I first met we dabbled in spanking for fun.  This lasted until little humans came into our lives who didn't sleep at night, so it all fell to the wayside.  Come Bears retirement and a move many kilometres away from the family, a fairy by the name of E L James, sprinkled her magic on us to make us shine.



Now to begin with I had never heard of FSOG until dil came to visit saying how disgusted she was all her friends were reading this dirty book.  Shock horror they suggested she read it,  she didn't know how they could be into such filth.

Now I'm always  up for a dare, so when dil and son left I told Bear how I wanted to look into FSOG. He encouraged me by taking me to the library to borrow this book. Oh my goodness once I'd started reading, it opened up a whole new life.  Bear was in the back room playing his accordion whilst I read FSOG sitting comfortably in the lounge room.  It didn't take long for me to want to jump Bears bones as I was so turned on by these books.  Bear asked me what brought this change on, so once I'd explained he decided to do a bit of research himself.  He googled 'How to spank your wife.'  and was totally surprised by how many posts came up.  Both Bear and I started researching more finding lots of sites about TTWD.  The first one I came across was Clint and Chelsea's LDD. I asked Bear to read this, which he did but wasn't comfortable with someone our sons age telling him how to spank his wife.




One thing lead to another, Bear incorporated using spanking for fun into our lives again, thinking himself to be just like Christian in FSOG.  This was hot hot HOT and developed into trying other things like blind folds, his belt and the cricket bat. 




Life was one endless love fest.  I don't really think we are as adventurous as some others out there in blogland, we  do have heaps of fun with our form of TTWD.
Now every time Bear plays that tune on his accordion it reminds me of when I read FSOG.  When our eldest daughter came to visit she said we were like teenagers again. 

Thanks for asking your question Ella.  This concludes all my questions, its been fun.  If for some reason I've missed yours please let me know, as I found a whole lot in my spam folder for some reason.

Have a good week.

Hugs Lindy xx


14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing, Lindy...EL James just proved that with the right subject matter, even the lousiest writer can be successful. :) Oh and your DIL's attitude cracked me up.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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    1. Hi Cat,
      If only our dil realised where those books lead her parents in law. Wouldn't she be horrified! LOL!

      Hugs Lindy xx

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  2. I think ELJ led a lot of us to the ttwd life one way or another. It was the FSOG phenomenon that opened Harry's mind to the idea that spanking could be fun. I found Blogland after typing 'How to spank your wife' too!

    I'm typing without the brace today, hope you're getting better too.

    Rosie xx

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    1. FSOG should win a gold medal just for inspiring all of our love lives alone.

      Good on you Rosie, for not having to wear your brace. I'm slowly improving, thank goodness as I'm bored not being able to do anything.

      Hugs Lindy xx

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  3. Hi Lindy, I reckon EL James is worth her weight in gold, no matter how well or badly written it was, it did the trick for loads of people!
    love Jan, xx

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    1. Totally agree Jan. I wouldn't like to live the way Anastasia and Christian did but it sure spiced up plenty of lives.

      Hugs Lindy xx

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  4. Hi Lindy, I enjoyed reading this and am trying to picture you reading FSOG with the accordion in the background lol. So glad you are having do much fun :)

    I enjoyed reading all your answers to the March questions. Thank you for sharing:)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Hi Roz, Its nice to read to my in house musician. Then stories are associated with the music. LOL!
      It was fun doing all the answers even if it did take me a while.
      Hugs Lindy xx

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  5. Ahh..books...you never know the effect a good book...or any kind...will have in your life. This one was certainly worth the read...thanks for sharing. hugs abby

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    1. I agree Abby, a good book can have an enormous impact on our lives. I never used to read very much but now enjoy it more.

      Hugs Lindy xx

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  6. Oh, Lindy, I loved your "Chapter One!" I think it is so lovely that everyone has a story like yours. What great happiness it has brought to us all. Good on Bear! Just adore a happy ending.

    Ella Every After

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    1. Thank you so much Ella. It is wonderful how we are all finding our happiness through TTWD after so many years of marriage. Sure is a happy ending here!

      Hugs Lindy xx

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  7. Love this. FSOG ignited many a couple throughout the world. It was more than an eye opener. lol

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    1. It did indeed Sunny. Wonder if E L James is aware her book has inspired something so special for all of us.
      Hugs Lindy

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