Thursday, October 9, 2014


"Find the courage to ask questions
and express what you really want.
Communicate with others as clearly as you can
to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama"
- Miguel Ruiz
The boy bounces from wanting me to take complete control of our relationship to frustration over unexpressed desire. Confusion lies in it's wake. Having said this, my boy is my partner and husband first, slave and fleetingly, an object. In his mind the priorities are different. He is slave, object, partner and husband. My thoughts were that I wanted to re-order his priorities but then I came to understand how much he loves, worships and trusts me to allow me to have so great an influence that he so insistent upon being my slave. How is it that I have found such a partner and husband?


  1. Don't question it, embrace it. None of us know the future and what it might hold, either good or bad. Embrace the present and you'll both experience the best you can in the time you have.
    As long as your priorities don't clash against his priorities, in as much as you can both live and love within them, there shouldn't be a problem.

    PS - that black script is a bugger to read.

  2. Sorry, that may have been my machine, it seems to be white again now. oops