Saturday, May 26, 2007


Another night, another sex date.

My Big Dude said, "I've been really looking forward to being with you tonight. I'm tired and I'm weak, but I'm enthusiastic."

And he was, too!

My luck seems to be changing.


Blogger kissmekate said...

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6:15 AM  
Blogger kissmekate said...

How exciting!

Hope you both enjoyed it ;-)

6:16 AM  
Blogger freebird said...

This is so good to hear. Very nice to come back to and I apologise for my absence of late. x

6:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lucky, lucky, lucky!!!!

7:34 AM  
Blogger oldbear said...

HI Em just remember, you are LOVED, and LUSTED after.

he is the same man, with the same feelings for you wether he can perform or not!

PAX to both of you, and mummy too!

8:37 PM  
Blogger flutterby said...

Yee-haw! Ride em cowgirl.


I'm happy for you guys. Keep it up.

6:13 PM  
Blogger oldbear said...

PS---Get some Dude! GOT some

Dawg-gone happy for both of you!

11:57 PM  
Blogger Fiona said...

Enthusiasm beats technique any day :)

So happy to see things 'looking up' for you in this department Emily.

4:11 AM  
Blogger Trueself said...

This is wonderful Emily! I am so happy for you.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Desmond Jones said...

Good for you both, Em. . . ;)

9:44 AM  
Blogger Lady Let said...

Hi Emily,
So happy that things are so good right now.
Enjoy you two!!!
and lots of love from here.
(promise to post about my life very soon)

1:00 PM  
Blogger Undercover-Nerd said...

Oh, congratulations! Maybe things are starting to turn around for you!!

4:45 PM  
Blogger Digger Jones said...

Enthusiasm covers a multitude of sins including...

Well, it's just a multitude which is a lot of them!

I'm glad he finally found the exact proper thing to do and say and put the two together as he often misses on one or the other.


3:28 PM  
Blogger Satan said...

Good for you, Em! I'm pleased. :)

6:02 AM  
Anonymous anne said...

It's nice to know that you are reconnecting. Before I got married (the first time) our priest described "marriage" as the willingness to go through the cycle of infatuation, love, out-of-love, infatuation, love, out-of-love....over and over and over again. He said that divorce happens when the couple decides that they are no longer willing to go through that cycle with one another. I always liked that description.

Sounds like you and your man still want to go through the cycle with one another, which is a grand feeling. I'm glad for you!

6:57 PM  
Blogger Emily said...

Thanks everyone. It's truly touching how we all get excited when one of us is getting laid!

Anne- Of all the sermons I ever heard (hundreds, surely), I still remember one comment in a sermon years ago that feelings in a marriage are like the tide - the love goes in and out. When the tide is out, we can feel so forlorn. But to a large extent, successful, long-term relationships are about knowing those rhythms - knowing when the tide is out, that it will come in again.

One of my discoveries of the past year or so is that I truly love my Big Dude and I am willing to hand on for a change in the tides! And now the tide is in, I'm throwing myself in for the ride!

2:17 AM  

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