Routine

January 9, 2013 Bluegrass Leather Prideslave drewVanilla Life  4 comments

I am sitting in bed, with slave drew, watching television and generally hanging out, something we rarely do.

He is playing on his Kindle, surfing and at this moment translating a German phrase of some sort.  He tells me it says, I am very cute, smart, clever, sympathetic, pretty and arrogant on top of it.

I think you have to be German for it to make sense.

We are watching Midsomer Murders, one of our BBC mysteries, about which it always strikes us that so many people could be murdered in these sleepy English villages and there still be enough to put on the next year’s church fete.

I am drinking a lovely tea, a black one made with rose petals and tiny buds.  It would likely be too flowery for most people, but I’m quite fond of it.  It smells like a bouquet of roses.

I spent some time today working on Bluegrass Leather Pride, which will be my focus for the next few weeks.  I’m getting there.

I hope to have a bit more focused and structured time tomorrow to get some emails sent, some schedules created, a program drafted.  We shall see.

In the meantime, though, it’s past my bedtime.

4 comments to Routine

  • Craig Bunting  says:

    The rose petal Mistress. I must tell all your readers that Mistress is taking lovely care of me since surgery. slave drew

  • jadescastle  says:

    (smiles) What i love reading best is the snippets of daily life in each of the few blogs i read. This sounds esp nice. 🙂

    • MsConstanceExplains  says:

      How nice. I also enjoy reading your blog. Isn’t it funny that some of what we do like is to hear about someone else’s life, someone who is like us, but is not us?

      • jadescastle  says:

        i’m flattered that you read me/us. There is something comforting about reading of the simple moments that make up a life that resembles our own.

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