Thanks to everyone who asked questions. It has been a lovely distraction for me from the worries of life. That's a good thing, cause you know what they say about all work and no play. It has been really interesting reading all the questions and answers on every ones blogs, no matter how much we think we know about someone, there is always more to learn.
Katie asked the following questions:
What kinds of music do you and Musicman like to listen to? Any particular artists that you prefer? Musicman and I both grew up in homes that had music in abundance and it remains an integral part of our lives and relationship. He, as his name might indicate, is quite musical, he sings and plays multiple instruments. Me, I love to sing, but can't carry a tune in a bucket. That doesn't stop me from doing it. I just try to limit it to places or times when no one can hear. Yes, I am that women, all alone in her car, stereo turned up to window rattling level, jamming away. No, I don't care that people some times point, stare and laugh at me. If I notice, I give them a big smile and a wave.
My ipod has everything from classic gospel, to country, to rock. I'm not to interested in the newer stuff, rap holds absolutely no appeal to me, nor do the boy bands that seem to be so popular these days. I don't have a favorite artist, but I do have a few favorite songs. "Wonderful Tonight" is our song and one that never fails to move me. "Desperado" is another of my favorite songs, if it's on in the car when I get to my destination, I feel compelled to wait until the song is over before getting out, even if I'm running late. "Hallelujah", the version by Celtic Thunder, is another favorite of mine. It was playing during a particularly critical moment during a very hot session with Musicman a few years back and now I can't hear it without going right back to all those glorious emotions.
Musicman's preferences in music run mostly to rock and classic rock. He always changes my radio station in the car when he drives, which is any time we go someplace together. I asked him if he had a favorite artist. I was pretty sure I knew, but wanted confirmation. I'm happy to say, I thought right, Eric Clapton and Bob Seager are his favorites.
Pearl Necklace asked:
What is your best quality as a submissive? sexual or not...
Hmmm...this one has really had me thinking. I wish I could say it was something sexual, but I don't really think it is. Unless, it's the fact that I never, ever say no to sex and never have. I have also always thought blowjobs were a normal part of sex and they have always been plentiful in our relationship.
I really think the answer to this question, what I'm best at is, service. It has always been important to me that Musicman feel that his home is his castle. I want him to look forward to coming home after a hard day at work. I want him to know that all his hard work to provide for me and for us is recognized and appreciated. I do my best to make sure he has a clean comfortable home to come home too. I always ask him how his day was and I listen and can actually ask intelligent questions. I try and look pretty and pleasing for him. He is a very picky eater, but I cook according to his likes and dislikes, which are vastly different from mine. I always try to have a hot, home cooked meal ready for him. I even cook his favorite meal about once a week, nothing unusual there, except that I don't eat it, so I either don't eat or make something different for myself. He has a sweet tooth, so I try to bake for him often. I function as his personal secretary with him often giving me a list of calls or correspondence that need taken of. In the evenings, I try to be close by and at his disposal. I do not involve myself in other things, such as on the computer or reading as that distracts me from him. I don't know that he values these things as much as I do, but I do them anyway.