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How Do You All Do It?

I am continually amazed, humbled, and a bit intimidated by those of you who manage to post daily -- or even three, four, five times a week.  How do you do that?  I come here day after day.  Well, actually, I come here night after night, after a full day of teaching and fixing dinner and cleaning up dinner -- and when I get here, and look around, there you all are.  Most often, I am struck speechless.  Sometimes, I manage a few comments here and there, shake my head, and leave my own pages to languish in the backwater of  "old news."

I feel like there are things I could say; feel like I SHOULD say something -- and still there are no words.  It is odd really.  All through the months when we struggled and raged and fought and despaired, I could find a way to get to this place, now and then, and say what was.  Now things are better.  We are getting better.  We'll never be the same.  I know that.  We will be something new and unimagined, but we will be.  That is almost miraculous.

Some of the dilemma is that there is nothing big to report here on a daily basis.  Like the spring blossoms bursting out all around us here, the minute to minute, day to day changes are small, incremental, and not all that interesting.  It is the aggregate that is so amazing, and that aggregate doesn't make for very good daily blog fodder.  You would find yourself treated to posts that proclaimed:

"We snuggled today!"  " We laughed together."  "We had a conversation without a single recrimination."  "We sat and held hands."  "I got spanked."  "He got spanked."  "Both of us liked it."  That sort of stuff is magical for us, but I am imagining it is likely to generate yawns "out there."

So there we are, friends.  Our lives are, at present, quietly happy -- and getting better day by day.  We're not sure what to think about that, and we are nervous that it may not last.  Things here are good.  No excitement, and that is maybe the most "good" thing of all.



  1. swan,

    Well things are good then and that's important. It doesn't matter if you post daily, weekly or monthly so long as you do post and let us know how things are, it's all good.

    Big hugs,

  2. I am with do they do it? I manage once or twice a week, and worry about that being boring. It is always nice to get an update, especially when it is like this one. NIce to read happy and good. abby

  3. I am with you. I see the 40-50 posts daily in my feed reader and I'm stunned. When I have a lot of free time and a lot of beautiful sex, I make an effort to write about it, but sometimes I'm having a lot of beautiful sex and not so much free time... Writing takes a lot of time for me.

    Honestly, I don't know how anyone with a family and a job outside the home keeps up such a pace.

    Yesterday, I read a book instead of blogs. An entire novel!

  4. Quietly happy sounds so lovely.

    I don't post regularly either, just when I feel the urge to write. Sometimes that is when I'm happy, sometimes not, it just depends on what I feel the need to get out.

  5. Dear Swan... so glad that you are feeling peaceful and the the storm clouds have parted. Life is a great adventure for sure! It is the little moments I think that we can hold close. As for the posting.. we do what we can when we can, as we feel moved to. During the time we didn't have Internet, I thought of many things to share, but by the time we got it, something else had come up.
    So.. we take and send a snapshot of our lives for our friends and readers here as we can.
    Warm hugs,


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