Daily Submissions

Busy Like a (stinger-less) Bee

Written By: gracie - Sep• 09•11

A really, really, really lazy bee.  I mean, I really have been busy, but have you seen bees at work?  They’re like machines.  Ew, why am I talking about bees anyway?  I’m not fond of flying things- this is one of the huge reason I would make a terribad Buddhist.  Those people don’t kill bugs!  Well, I claim self-preservation. 

Anywho, it should be pretty obvious that I did not write an entry yesterday.  I just couldn’t do it. I had to get my strings and play chauffeur to my real father and meditate and seduce my husband and reread my favorite Patricia Briggs series and cuss at the internet for not working.  Our provider is SO bad that we are running headlong into the arms of the only other option in the area; the local cable company that we swore we’d use AOL before we went back to their stupid “service,” such as it was. It’s genuinely a sad day when that company starts looking like the white knight. Apparently sometimes the devil you know really is the lesser of two evils.

I’m enjoying getting to know the local scene. I’ve met a few people that I really like, and some others that I think I’d really like if I got to know them. So far, it’s been a very positive experience, in so many ways.  I love relating events to my Sir, and I feel confident that I can go out and represent him well enough.  

I’m also enjoying the feelings of submission I’ve had lately.  My head just feels as though it’s in exactly the right place, which is awesome.  I love the way he pushes me, and I love that he knows when to stop, and I love that he asks me questions the whole way through.  This communication stuff? It’s pretty exceptional, if you ask me. Who knew?

My apologies for missing yesterday- now I am off to play chauffeur once more.

PS. ‘The Chauffeur’ is one of my all-time favorite Duran Duran songs. It is now stuck in my head.  Just thought I’d share!

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