Lately, I’ve just been doing whatever I felt like in the moment; reading, talking to friends, surfing the internet. Because of this, I’ve run out of time/energy to do the things that are really important to me; praying, writing, reflecting, art, reading (other things). And so I’m feeling a little burnt out.
I think I just have to learn to say no to the enjoyable things that I want to do in the moment in order to say yes to the things that are really important to me. And then with the time that’s left over, I can do the other things that I enjoy as well.
Self-control is hard though. Saying no is really difficult for me. But I suppose if things are really important to me then I will make time for them.
❤ you, Daddy.
I really struggle with the idea of “unfairness” in general but especially in D/s relationships.
In the first few years of our relationship I felt and believed very strongly that as long as I had Daddy, as long as I belonged to him and he belonged to me, that is enough for me. We could be homeless, childless, health-less and it wouldn’t matter as long as I belonged to him. Our love would be all that I wanted and if I possessed that, then I would be rich even if I was poor.
We are currently discussing ‘Created for Connection’ in the SWC book group. So here’s my preparation for chat #2.
I’ve just spend my first night away from Daddy since we got married. I’ll be spending about 6 more nights away from him over the next 10 days. I think the longest stretch I’ll be away from Daddy is 4 nights in a row.
I read this today while enjoying cold drip coffee in a cozy cafe. It captivated my heart; wrapped it in a warm blanket of beauty and goodness.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the idea of adopting an attitude of curiosity when faced with uncertainty.