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A Question for Question and Answer Month
But here's the thing. We (well, actually, mostly I) have been writing this blog (and The Swan's Heart) for a very long time -- since the end of 2004. It feels, to me, like just about everything that could possibly be said about us has been said -- sometimes over and over and over. Many of you have sat with us through the trials and tribulations of the years -- surgeries and illnesses and death and loss and addiction and codependency and despair and recovery. From my whining and angst over BDSM, and polyamory, and waning sexual responsiveness, and masochistic wimpiness, to stories about who sleeps where and how far we walk when we walk -- from the funny to the sad to the absolutely crazy parts of our lives, it has all been poured out here. If you've read along the way, you know us really pretty well. We've been known to say that "you know us better than our own mothers do... or our kids... or just about anyone else."
And... we are not youngsters anymore. Well, we weren't youngsters when we started all of this, if you want to know the truth. I'm 58 years old. T is younger than me (as I'm sure she would be happy to tell you), and He is some older. Age is a thing. Age is a very real thing. I have wrinkles and scars and saggy places -- and the hairs that I hide with color from a box are graying. I don't have the same energy or stamina as when I was younger. I get tired. I won't speak for T and Tom -- but I'm pretty sure that the two of them are able to give you their own lists of "aging" complaints.
So, I wonder ... Is there anything at all that you want to know about us and our lives together? What can we say that you haven't heard before? What are you curious about? I am fresh out of ideas for things to tell you about us, but maybe I've missed something?
I am not promising to answer "anything and everything." I'll do my best. I do promise that. But, if you hit a tender place, we'll probably just politely decline to go there. And, I tend to resist anything that sets up a "guru" thing. I don't have any answers for anyone else. If you want advice about how to do TTWD, there are people who do that sort of thing -- but I'm likely to just tell you to talk with your partner, and try to make each other happy...
So, with all of those caveats, is there anything you would like to know?