Back Home

28 Jan

Here i am, back home after my fun weekend away.  i had a lovely time.  My sister and i  have always been close, but in the last couple of years have not spent as much time together as we once did, so this was a treat. 

We had some fabulous meals, went shopping and took advantage of an amazing sale, and talked and talked and talked.  It was great.  

On Saturday night, after dinner, we stopped off in the bar of the hotel lounge to have a drink.  While we were there,  we ended up talking to a very nice man, and then a couple of  his friends who dropped by the table.

The nice man  felt the need to convince someone that he was a feminist, despite belonging to the all-male society known as the Oriental Order of the Groundhog, or OOGH.  Yes he was a groundhog, and it was a fairly fascinating experience, but a story for a different day.

i got home Sunday just in time to spring into action preparing for Sir’s surprise Birthday Party.  No, i had not mentioned it here before because i was afraid He might decide to read the blog, as He does occasionally, and i was protecting the surprise.  

It was just a small family party – about 14 of us – and i kept the preparations simple . but He was surprised and delighted.  We just had pizza and cake and ice cream, but i think everyone had a good time.

His sister and her family came – i had not actually met her before, so of course she had not been to the house.  It was almost time for Sir to get home, and they hadn’t arrived.  i was a bit concerned, but not worried.  

Then i get this text from Ms. Constance:

“The folks looking for you ended up in Josh’s basement.”

My mind reels.  WHAT?

Remember, i mentioned a while back that there was someone in the community who lives in my neighborhood?  Yeah, that’s Josh.  But ~ But ~

~  for a moment, i had this mental image of Josh’s basement as dungeon and Sir’s sister manacled to the wall…  yikes!!

NO, of course that’s not how it went.  

But they did think it was the party, and were introducing themselves and ready to have a good time, when one of the kinky folk, not recognizing Sir’s vanilla name, said, You’re whose sister?  Um, we don’t know anyone named that.”  

It was a titleholders preparation meeting,   Thank goodness they didn’t walk in on a class with a caning demonstration or CBT or some other such thing.

And fortunately, Ms. Constance was able to direct them to the right house, and they thought the folks at Josh’s house were just lovely, so that ended well.  

And then Sir came home, and was surprised and delighted, and we all had a good time. By the time it was over, and Sir had taken the grandkids home and come back, i was half-asleep on the couch, so He tethered me and put me to bed.  It was good to be home.

Of course, time away means i’m further behind on everything, so  bear with me while i try to play catch-up.   

On a whole different note, we were talking about soul mates the other day, and i ran across this quote, thought i would share it here

“A soul mate is someone to whom we feel profoundly connected, as though the communication and communing that take place between us were not the product of intentional efforts, but rather a divine grace. This kind of relationship is so important to the soul that many have said there is nothing more precious in life.” 

― Thomas Moore

15 Responses to “Back Home”

  1. striving for Peace January 28, 2013 at 6:42 am #

    I love where-you-live — adorable that they would get lost at a kinky party on their way to your house!


    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 8:55 am #

      i know, right? Too funny!

  2. ytysreloaded January 28, 2013 at 7:01 am #

    I love the Moore quote, glad you are home safe and sound. Very lucky there was no kink going on when the sister showed up at the wrong place lol.

    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 8:56 am #

      Thanks, andi, and yeah! i’m glad there was no kink going on too!! Lol..

  3. faithful January 28, 2013 at 8:32 am #

    Gosh my neighborhood is so boring compared to yours.

    Glad you are home safe and had a grand time all around!

    Did your tether miss you?


    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 8:57 am #

      Hey, faithful, i always thought my neighborhood was incredibly boring too! Little did i know that i was not the only one enjoying kink behind closed doors!

      And of course my tether missed me. Dreadfully. 🙂

  4. Twisted Angel January 28, 2013 at 8:38 am #

    Were it my family to have gotten lost they would have called and said Angel where the hell are we and tell them we are not kinky like you.. bwhahha. Although shhh many of them are just closet kinks. We won’t even go into those issues. I am glad you had a wonderful time away and a great party for Sir, even with the lost family

    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 8:59 am #

      Hey, Angel,

      That’s funny! My family has no idea that i’m kinky, and particularly Sir’s family doesn’t!! Omg.

      Thanks – 🙂

  5. jade January 28, 2013 at 9:19 am #

    the lost family story is priceless. i am so delighted that he had a good birthday and that you had a good time with your sister. You have been missed here in blogosphere. Welcome back. 🙂

    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 9:00 am #

      Thanks, jade!! 🙂

  6. Wordwytch January 28, 2013 at 12:04 pm #

    I love that they got lost and redirected. 🙂 Those are the kinds of things that no one could just “make up”. 🙂

    Glad too that you had a good time with your sister. I have to admit that the farther away from mine I am, the better. We get along publicly, but are so different that we grate on each other. She also holds a record… Wolf, who is one of the most easy going people I know was offended and pissed off at her in about 15 seconds. It’s one thing he and my ex agree on!

    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 9:07 am #

      Thanks, Wordwytch! i a lucky that i have a wonderful sister! 🙂

      • Wordwytch February 3, 2013 at 3:19 pm #

        Yes, you are! Mine is a PITA . (pain in the ass, not the bread)

  7. sirqsmlb January 29, 2013 at 12:42 am #

    Glad youade it home. It sounds wonderful, but you need to elaborate on the wild conversation at the bar. Sounds fascinating 😉

    OMG at the titleholders prep meeting. LMAO…oh the possibilities! Yea you for pulling off a surprise bday party when arriving home from a trip!! Wow!

    And The quote was perfect!


    • aisha February 3, 2013 at 9:14 am #

      Thanks, fiona! You know, i started to elaborate on the conversation, but i thought no, the groundhog that shared all that information might be identified from what i say, and then they’d probably have to kill him. lol….

      And yeah, i was kind of impressed with myself for pulling off the birthday party – if i do say so myself, which i shouldn’t. 🙂


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