Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Nor'easter

I can't believe it's been five days since I wrote something. It wasn't because I had nothing to say, as if that ever happens.  Quite the contrary actually, we had a great weekend. Then I woke up sick Monday morning. I've been lost in a fever haze for the last 2 days, too weak to even get out of bed for other then the most basic things. It wasn't pretty, it wasn't sexy, I was stuck in my own little world of misery.

I'm finally feeling human today, I've showered and instead of nasty old sweats I put a skirt on, that always makes me feel better. I've never been great at remembering the details and when you add in the lost days things get really hazy.

Musicman had read my blog shortly after dinner Friday evening. I found that out about five minutes after our son went out for the evening. That's about how long it took for him to take me up to our bedroom and undress me. I remember a lovely spanking and some knock your socks off playtime. I do believe we covered everything in the post and more, a few times.

The funny thing is the most prominent memory is wondering if the neighbors heard us. It had been unseasonably warm on Friday and I had opened some of the bedroom windows and blinds. Our bedroom faces the street.  I never even thought to close the blinds until about halfway through the warm up spanking. Musicman had already taken care of that.

I also remember Musicman putting his hand over my mouth a couple different times. He does that when I get loud, it usually just makes me louder. I'm not good with volume control, especially when I know the house is empty. It's a good possibility they heard something. Does that make me an exhibitionist since it doesn't bother me a bit that the neighbors might have heard?

Saturday morning dawned 50 degrees colder then the previous day, brrr. I hauled myself out of a cozy warm bed and left Musicman to sleep while I took our daughter to work. I had been answering comments on here until time to leave when she called and said she didn't have to go in. Score!!!!

I went back up to our room, stripped and crawled back into bed, snuggled up to a nice warm Musicman and fell asleep. I was woken a few hours later by Musicman's hands roaming all over my body. That is my favorite way to wake up, a close second would be a good morning spanking. I got that too and plenty of sexy playtime.  It was some time after noon when I finally hauled a sore and sated body out of bed and into the shower.

Other then showering and dressing we exerted enough energy to see a movie and get takeout. By then the rains and wind that blew in with the Nor'easter were picking up. We soon were home and tucked in for the rest of the weekend. We watched movies and the race and cooked together and hung out and had one fast and furious encounter on Sunday afternoon.

It all seems so far away now and a lot of the details gone with the last few days of illness, but the feelings of contentment and satisfaction and love are still there. The Nor'easter has blown through and the sun is back out. I'm feeling much more my spunky self. Maybe I can get a do over and skip the illness part, afterall, while I might have been ill, I wasn't stressed at all.

34 comments:

  1. I was beginning to worry about you my friend. Glad you are back and you are feeling better. The weekend sounds like it was wonderful, the Friday pictures served their purpose for sure. I suspect we live close by. It was a great weekend to stay inside.

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    1. Thanks DB, I'm feeling much better. This up and down weather stuff plays havoc with my health. I will be happy when it gets warms and stays that way :) Unitl then I guess I have to find something to do to amuse and entertain us. Hmmm....

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  2. Oh it sounds like a perfectly wonderful weekend. Sorry you had to get sick afterward but glad that you are well again. I wish you another weekend just like the last w/o the Monday morning "blues".

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    1. Yeah, not exactly the result I was looking for, but it was pretty perfect until then. They are predicting another cold, rainy weekend, so I guess we will just have to find something in doors to do, lol.

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  3. I haven't had a weekend morning like that in years...I'm so jealous:)! Glad you had fun and also glad you're feeling better. It's not fun to be sick, that's for sure.

    Love,
    Kitty

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    1. For many reasons weekend mornings like that have been very rare for us too. I'm taking advantage whenever I can :) Though I think he actually was the one who took advantage, lol. That's quite alright with me, he can take anything he wants.

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  4. Sounds like the perfect weekend faerie :) Sorry you've been ill but happy to read you're feeling better.

    Dee x

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    1. Thanks Dee, I'm so happy to see you back. One thing about losing two days, I'm two days closer tot he weekend again :) Wonder what mischief I can get up to this time? lol.

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  5. Yep, except for that sick part it sounds just perfect. Sounds like a wonderful way to spend a Nor'easter. It's really more exciting that if you're alone all the time. Sneaking in time for each other is always exciting.

    Hugs,
    PK

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    1. I'm over the excitement of sneaking, but, whatever works :) The weather is making me a tad bit crazy lately, it needs to be summer already, lol.

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  6. Sounds like a lovely weekend. Sorry you were so sick, and I'm glad you're feeling better.

    We had a horrendous storm, too. It started Saturday when I had the kids and our nephews at the park. The skies just opened up, thunder & lightening & driving about 10 miles per hour. The streets flooded within 10 minutes. It was wicked. Today is the first sunny day since.

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    1. Wild, wild weather we have been having. This is why I am not particularly fond of the springtime. I'm so much more a summer girl.

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  7. Enjoyed reading about your weekend.
    The play time. That is nice your Music man read your blog.

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    1. Work hard, play harder. Words to live by, lol.

      He not only reads it, but he still insists I'm not crazy. Go figure? LOL.

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  8. Oh, that sounds quite nice. I love that...when you do so much that pretty much all you have energy left for is watching a movie! I'm not amazing at remembering details either. Every now and then in the act I think, "I need to remember this" and then that just distracts my headspace! I remember the larger events, the rest, well, only things that reeeally stand out.

    I'm sorry to hear you weren't feeling well, but glad you had a nice weekend :)

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    1. As I told Musicman, that's the best reason in the world to be sore and tired :)

      I never think "I need to remember" during, but later I try to and always manage to just get myself all worked up again, lol. That's great for me, but not so much for anyone wanting the details. Maybe I'll get better with time.

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  9. The enjoying time together, sounds great...the sick part, not so much. I'm glad you're feeling better. :)

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    1. Thanks Grace, this was definitely a case of taking the bad with the good. Or, what I refer to as life in general, lol.

      At least I have the good to get me through the bad :)

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  10. I was just thinking about you this morning and thought it had been a while since I had seen a post... good to have you back and I hope you feel better!

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    1. I hadn't been able to pick up the computer in two days. I missed all my kinky friends, lol.

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  11. I said this over on my blog, but I have time to say it here right now - I missed reading you. :) Glad you're feeling better.

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    1. Thanks Conina, it's good to be back. Lala land disguised as a fever is not a fun time.

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  12. Ahhhhh.... what a lovely weekend. I'm so glad for you. Glad you're feeling better too.

    aisha

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    1. Thanks aisha, reality can be a real bummer sometimes, lol.

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  13. Sounds like you had a wonderful weekend. Glad your feeling better.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. Thanks Ronnie, it was great...til Monday morning. But, then again, isn't that how they all go? Such is life :)

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  14. I was wondering about you! Your weekend sounds very fun...the being sick not so much. Glad you are better.

    Think I'll put on a pretty skirt today. :)

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    1. It's a rare occasion that Musicman comes home and I'm in sweats. I really love my skirts, they always make me feel better.

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  15. faerie,

    You post made me laugh. SM doe not have a volume control either. More than once we have heard out oldest son close his door (rather loudly to express his displeasure) when SM and I are having a good time.

    TTFN
    Mr. No Name

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    1. Our son turns the stereo up, I never hear it until afterwards, lol.

      Musicman putting his hand over my mouth is a clue, but, it pretty reliably triggers me to turn it up. I don't think that is the reaction he is looking for, but no volume control in this case means just that. No control.

      Glad I could make you laugh :)

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  16. Glad you're feeling better, faerie! Life is so much better when everybody's healthy!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jake, and yes it certainly is :)

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  17. so glad you and musicman had a wonderful weekend.

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    1. We do try to make the most of them :)

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