The Relativity of Time

By | January 5, 2014

It is the end of a two week stay with little flower. In some ways it has felt like time has stood still and in others it has flown by way to quickly.

The oddest part of all is that two weeks ago I boarded a plane from the town where I have lived for close to 30 years and today I feel like I am heading back to a place that is no longer my home. In this past two weeks we have shared more then just play time. We have explored more then just new rope ties and toys. We have made memories over the holidays with her family and her boys.

A few new rules have been imposed and we have shared quiet times sitting on the sofa watching movies and time spent in the kitchen cooking meals together. We have sat side by side in the evening writing for our respective blogs and surfing Tumblr. I Was with her through the ups and downs of the release of her new book and talks of the next one.

The one difference in this trip then any of the others is we have set in place a solid plan to work towards bringing us together not only in the same town but under one roof. Like any plan I’m sure it will need adjustment here and there, that tweaking will be necessary. Proof of that was the day before I was to leave to come here the transmission on my car went south leaving me no time to deal with that. Thankfully I have my motorcycle which buys me some time to work that out when I get back.

There are things that need to be done on her end just as there are things needing doing on mine. We have talked about them laid out a list of both our parts and have even set some in motion form here with her help. Little flower will be embarking on a personal project which hopefully in the end will allow her much more freedom and she will be giving me weekly updates on her progress.

For myself this past two weeks has given me a full glimpse of what it is like to be in a 24/7 D/s relationship and it has been a most wonderful feeling for us both.

12 thoughts on “The Relativity of Time

  1. Kayla Lords

    I was just thinking the same thing – time has both stood still and moved much too fast.

    When you’re with me, I’m fired up and ready to begin work on my next project. At the thought of your departure (which is now a few hours away), I just want to curl up in a ball and cry. But I know that won’t get us anywhere.

    I love you, Daddy.

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    1. southerns Post author

      It was a beautiful two weeks!
      Sadly, curling up and crying won’t help. You have your tasks and that will be what helps pull all this together.

      I love you to babygirl!

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  2. Franco Bolli

    I am so happy things are really working out for you both. Love your plans to be really together, wow. Guess for the moment time cannot pass quick enough for you both starting a life together ๐Ÿ™‚
    Franco

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  3. Christina Mandara

    Whilst missing someone is terrible, isn’t it wonderful to have somebody you miss so badly? That special someone in your life that you can’t wait to see again, to kiss, hold and cuddle? Missing someone is one of the best (and worst!) feelings in the world… I hope you don’t have to miss each other for too long ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. southerns Post author

      It is a double edged sword but yes so comforting to know someone is there.
      Hopefully a short meet the end of this month and then again in Feb.

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  4. Desiree G

    Wishing you both the very best on your continued journey. You have the love and support of not only each other, but all of your friends here!!!

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