Wednesday, January 30, 2013

February looms

In spite of all my irrationality, he stuck to his New Year' resolution.

 He made up all the cumulative dates, and carried on.

He's gone again, so today plus tomorrow is 61.

Then it's February.

And he hasn't decided, or isn't saying, what happens then.

Keep counting up the days of the year?

Start over but switch to the wicked thin cane?

Some other form of torture attention?

20 comments:

  1. Oh gg! While I empathize with your predicament, I find it very amusing ;o) Sometimes it drives me to distraction waiting on what will happen by his direction ;o)

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    1. Bleuame,
      That's funny - my husband finds it amusing as well. And yes - waiting is often the hardest part. thank you.

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  2. and again the words "be careful what you wish for" leap to the front of my mind,hehehe

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    1. Sir J,
      I've had a refrain of that running through my head also. Is there a Dom version of that?
      thanks

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  3. I'm holding firmly to the belief that one day, even just once, getting what I ask for will take the form I expect it to take lol.
    Um, good luck? I so hate the cane...

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    1. lil,
      i can't decide if i hold onto that hope, or work on not asking to avoid the risk, or just work on my wording very carefully. thanks.

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  4. So, just how awful does it make me, if I snicker the tiniest bit...?
    (I ask that question of my friend "Ice Bath Woman")

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    1. Jz,
      I suppose quid pro quo is not out of line - except i don't imagine you ever took the ice baths....

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    2. weeellll, no.
      But I DID sit on those ice packs that one time!
      For several days.
      Does that count?

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  5. Ooh, can't wait to see how this develops!

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    1. this Girl,
      yea - me too in fact. thanks

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  6. O, wow.

    Well. Time will tell. Que sera, sera. Second time today i've used that cliche. Sorry. :-)

    It is interesting though, form the outside.

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    1. FROM the outside, not form... :-(

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    2. aisha,
      yea - it's interesting from the inside also - just maybe in a really different way. honestly though - there are subtle things about it all that are fascinating. thank you.

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  7. I honestly can't imagine. How can you sit? :)

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    1. Gingerly? Carefully? Ironically - happy to be reminded...

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  8. I am very curious to know how February 1st turns out. Looking forward to your next post!

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    1. thanks - lots to process, but i will.

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  9. Congratulations on making it through January. :)

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    1. thank you - no other option though, eh?

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