Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Starting from the Middle



Hmmm...so where to start.  
I feel like I am walking into a 
book store that I have been to a 
thousand times and opening a book 
in the middle to start a story...
my story.

 I have been reading sex blogs for a while now and, I'm hooked.  I have never blogged and had no intention of blogging.  Until now, but I wonder if I have anything to add, anything to say that is worth anyone reading.  I am in the middle.  I am in the middle of my life, in the middle of my relationship with my Sir, my husband, my love.   I am in the middle of discovering me.  I have learned something very interesting about myself along my path of discovery.  I am a very verbal person, but I express myself better, sometimes, in writing.  When I am embarrassed, find something difficult or emotional to say, I can more easily convey what I am trying to say through written words.  This blog is for me to say what I am thinking and feeling, share my exploration of M/s and TTWD and document where I am - right now - smack dab in the middle.

15 comments:

  1. if you think about it a bit virtually every story starts in the middle of somewhere, the Montague's and the Capulet's were already feuding when Romeo and Juliet fell in love. Someone put the sword Excalibur in the Rock long before King Arthur came along and so on. So perhaps starting in the middle is the very best spot.

    Welcome and Good luck on your journey or perhaps I should say the rest of your journey.

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    1. I love that you referenced classics Romeo & Juliet/Arthur... Thanks for the warm welcome. I hope the middle is the right spot for me.

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  2. Ha and I couldn't even be first! Writing is such an excellent tool if you use it right. :) Glad to see you!

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    1. Not the first to comment, but the push behind the blog :)
      No pressure...use it right??? That's like use your powers for good and not evil...
      Now I need the "right usage" playbook - YIKES!!!

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    2. Ha, no pressure. :) It's either a wonderful tool when used correctly, or just a tool that lies there not hurting (or helping) you when it's not.

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  3. Welcome, i think its always interesting to hear other peoples journeys, different opinions etc, there is always something new to learn no matter what part of the journey we are all on.

    x

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    1. Thank you, I just found you blog. Oh the dressing gown/spider incident sounds dreadful, albeit ...ummm...comical?!?

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  4. Thanks for your comment at UCTMW this morning.

    Congrats on joining the land of blogs. I think you'll be a natural!

    Good for you.

    Hugs,
    Donna

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    1. Thank you ... good luck with the arc, the cats, the daughter and the NO stress relief.

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  5. All real stories start in the middle somewhere, don't they? Welcome to blog world!

    -sin

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  6. Welcome!!!! This is a great place to be!

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    1. Thanks Mrs. Soft Bottom. I love reading your blog!!

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  7. Just discovered your blog, Sir Q and mlb! Welcome aboard! I will follow it with interest!

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    1. Thank you Jake - I hope it be follow-worthy (pressure - yikes)
      =)

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-fiona