Monday, July 1, 2013

The Morning Climb

Sir woke, spooning me, with his arm over me.
His hand roamed, going to my nipple.

He played, pulling, pinching, rolling, squeezing.
I let gasps come out,
I rubbed back against him.
I squirmed, I panted, I moaned.

A child walked into our room
(our door was not closed, after all)
The quilt was over me, so nothing was visible.

Conversations were had...lengthy conversations.
All the while, he played.
He pinched,
He pulled,
He rolled,
He squeezed...

BUT,
this time I had to smile,
speak in a normal tone of voice
no squirming, nor moaning
nor gasping, nor rubbing.

After, my Sir looks at me
Smiles that evil Dom smile and says...
"That's why they call it titilation."

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The Afternoon Ascent and The Summit to come =)

24 comments:

  1. fiona,

    The two of you really know how to start the day on a positive note.

    Hug,
    joey

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    1. It was a wonderful way to wake up...

      Hugs,
      fiona

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  2. OMG you've been titillated! well done for keeping it quiet! It couldn't happen here. The kids just climb into bed with us and so mornings are not our fun time. However.... once they're lazy teenagers, who knows!
    hugs
    DF

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    1. hehehe, oh yes, ma'am I was! Ours will sometimes just jump right on in...but this morning, it was more for conversation than for snuggling. So, he took the liberty of continuing. And yes, the teen years will be VERY different, though sounds gets to be a much bigger deal.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  3. He certainly knows how to start your day on a simmering note! You two are so awesome....
    hugs abby

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    1. Yes ma'am, I was awake ... and sooooo turned on!

      Thanks abby.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  4. I am going to repeat what was already said...
    You really know how to start a day!

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    1. It was a great morning, for sure. Thanks SirShy.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  5. All. The. Time. Without fail. If the sun is rising or it's before they're in a deep slumber at night, here they come. A true sixth sense for attention giving. So yeah, been in that same spot being tormented many times. I think they mistake our stares for extreme interest in what they're saying. In reality were thinking get out get out go away! Thank goodness out rooms are in different floors...we designed this house well ;-)

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    1. It is odd, how they can have that sixth sense. UGH! Your comment made me laugh!! Ya, I think that focus...not to moan or make an inappropriate sound or let my eyes roll in the back of my head is confused as serious interest. OMG, that just makes me laugh, I never thought about it like that, but you are SOOOOOO RIGHT!!!

      You were so smart to design your house like that. Ours is right down the hall and they avail themselves of it with alarming frequency :)

      hugs,
      fiona

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  6. Sounds like a perfect way to wake up...minus the interruption! lol! Can't wait to hear the rest :)

    hugs
    P

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    1. It was....minus the interruption...though in all honesty, I was thrilled that he didn't stop. More coming :)

      hugs,
      fiona

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  7. Now thats a way to wake up..although i really do need coffee first lol

    x

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    1. Yes, ma'am. It was wonderful...and so spontaneous.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  8. ha! My husband does this A LOT, like, most mornings!

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    1. Hi mamacrow...I've missed you being around and glad to see your comment! You are very lucky...it was fairly novel for him and I adored it.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  9. What a nice way to start the day :)

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    1. I certainly wasn't complaining! Other than it had to end.

      hugs,
      fiona

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  10. hahahahahahaha...*gasping*

    OMG that was priceless!!!

    I can so imagine that but your Sir's response was terrific!

    nilla

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    1. I was actually grateful that he didn't stop. Having to not give in to the sensation while he was "titilating me"...was seriously erotic!

      hugs,
      fiona

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  11. we're currently having more nipple activity too.. hmmm...

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    1. mmmmmm nipples are a super erogenous zone!!

      hugs,
      fiona

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  12. OMG! That's all I've got. Did I mention I may love Sir Q??
    :)

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    1. hehehe, Thanks Natasha. You might have mentioned that, =)

      I think he's pretty spectacular most days too.

      hugs,
      fiona

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