I think the biggest change both Bear and I have noticed since starting TTWD is the fact it has brought us closer together and we feel like newly weds again. Even our eldest daughter says we are like teenagers who can't keep our hands off each other.
We mainly do TTWD for fun, so no rules as such. I've asked Bear to set rules for me from time to time. He answers with 'You're always good though.'
Even though he doesn't set me rules I've found my submission is stronger lately. I always did do absolutely everything for Bear. (except ironing) LOL! He used to work afternoon/ night shifts so I'd make sure he had a meal to take to work. He told me none of his work mates wives did that, so he really appreciated it. Kept the children quiet so he could sleep and a heap of other things. I refer to him before doing most things, not that I can't make up my own mind. I just know this makes him happy.
Apart from my photography, I love to do a variety of hand crafts. I will usually give something a try once to see how I go.
Unfortunately with my rotator cuff tear, I've had to stop a lot of activities which is hard to adjust to not being able to do them.
Bear and I love to do road trips exploring new areas, going on picnics and walks along the beach holding hands. As long as we're together we are happy, no matter what or where our adventure takes us.
The only time I listen to music is when I'm riding my bike for exercise. We don't have very good reception here, so there is only one radio station. I really love both Adele and Ed Sheeran, so I guess their music stands out. Adele had concerts around Australia recently I would really have love to go to see her.
Apart from the two spankings I wrote in Jan's answer, another sticks in my mind. Bear always wanted me to bend over the arm of a lounge chair. We didn't have any at home, so when we rented a holiday house the opportunity presented itself. Every night he would bend me over the arm spank me with his nice belt, although it wasn't particularly hard I was tender after it. We met our children for a picnic in the park one day. I found it hard to sit on the wooden park benches, so Bear had to retrieve a cushion out of the car. Bear and I both looked at each other with a grin on our faces.
That was fun answering all your questions Katie, I combined your first lot with your second email. Thank you for asking them.
Hugs Lindy xx