Hi there, Catie here!
Ever have a dream where you’re mean to your partner(s) for no good reason other than you enjoy watching them squirm? Anyone? Just me? Ok, then.
The short version: Dream Catie took (very straight) Paul to an orgy dressed in only a harness with leash and had him tied to an x-cross. After a little beating, I let men play with him while I held his head in place by the hair and listened to him beg me to make it stop.
Keep in mind, that was Dream Catie. She’s a mean person that enjoys man on man rape (apparently.) Real Catie is terrible but not evil. For the permanent record: I would not encourage raping or sit idly by while anyone was being raped (I mean, unless they asked to be raped.) Least of all Paul.
Lena here: He didn’t use his safety word, so it couldn’t have been that bad. 😉
But really, please weigh in on your crazy sex dreams, I can’t be the only one that has them.
Lena again: I had a dream that I was in a committed relationship with Superman, and boy, was he yummy!!
Ahem… Now, back to your regularly scheduled blog post.
Guess what? It’s somehow the end of September already, which means winter is right around the corner. I’m not sure where 2019 thinks it’s going so quickly, but it needs to slow down. The last thing I want to deal with is winter again.
Speaking of winter, did I mention that I woke up one day and said, “I need my all wheel drive Highlander back on the road before winter sets in.” It wasn’t a passing thought, it was my intuition screaming at me. As much as I’d like to ignore these expensive hints, I’ve learned from experience that it’s not a good idea to do that. So with some help from Super Paul (who replaced the brakes), I got the car down to a shop that could diagnose and fix the exhaust leak and replace the O2 sensor. After a new set of tires, the Highlander was back on the road. All together (registration, parts, repairs, insurance) it cost just under two thousand dollars to get it fixed up and back on the road. Worth it to have an all wheel drive available when the snow hits. I love my little Spark but I have to admit that it’s not great in the snow. Highlander was was done just in time too because the very day I got it inspected, the starter in Bina’s car died. I think having Highlander available took a bunch of pressure to get Bina’s car fixed ASAP off everyone (especially mechanic-dad, Paul.) And anything that makes life less stressful is a good thing as far as I’m concerned. Also, I love this SUV as much as I love Sparky for completely different reasons.
I have no idea what I was thinking but for whatever reason I decided to pack almost all of the traveling i’m going to do this year into the span of about 2 & 1/2 weeks. It looks something like this:
Thursday – work in the morning then fly to NC
Monday – Work from my sisters house
Tuesday – Fly home -go directly to work
Wed-Friday – Normal work, home schedule
Saturday – Errands and packing
Sunday – Have family over for breakfast then leave for FL
Monday – Get on cruise ship, head to the Caribbean. (Depending on the weather, it may or may not be a great idea. Poor Paul)
Friday Night- Come home – unpack and repack quick because….
Saturday – Pack up car, pick up son, drive to Cape
Late Monday – Drive back, drop off son, get home, drop off laundry, prep for the work week.
I know it’s not the craziest schedule ever but it’s far more running around than I’m used to, so when I look at the calendar my face does something like this, only less pretty:
Granted I know it’s not a ton of travel for some but it’s far more travel than I’m used to. And this is where it actually becomes a poly blog! Because I have Lena and Paul in my life I don’t have to worry about who will look after my evil furbaby (Horace) or getting to and from the airport. I know everything will be fine when I get back (probably better, in fact.) Being poly means that no one of us is left holding down the fort alone very often, which is pretty cool.
Yup! I’ve been on the receiving end of this many times. Paul and I will miss her when she goes off to NC, but family time is important. And when she comes back, the six of us will run away to the Cape for a quick getaway, and to re-bond.
Yes, everyone will be going, but we’re not sure how long Ri will stay. It’s difficult for him since his schedule includes weekends, but he’ll visit, at least for a little bit.
Happy travels, everyone.