Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Losing control

And I'm not talking about Saturday night, damn it.

Recently my favorite Boy Most Likely To left me a little subtle reminder that I have been shirking my blog responsibilities lately.

I don't even know what to say other than I seem to have lost control of things. Now usually, with a few glasses of limoncello and a couple of rounds on the spanking bench, I'm quite fond of this feeling. But these days....it's not the fun kind of control losing. Hopefully things will slow down soon.

Until then, at the end of each crazy and exhausting day, I'll be falling into bed with this guy, who has most certainly mastered the art of losing control.

11 comments:

mresquan said...

Does he stay next to the coffee pot?

Carson Park Ranger said...

That is one confident-looking sock monkey!

The Boy Most Likely to ... said...

I would never imply that you were a Slacker my dear.

More time spent on the spanking bench is a GOOD thing!

Oh, and please try not to beat the stuffing out of your little friend, you know he is booked for a Sock Puppet show at a local Preschool later this week. (Without the gear he is posing with, of course!)

-boy

Keri said...

Is that where they get the phrase "spank the monkey"????

Hee, hee.

xoxo
K

crossgirl said...

yesterday i passed a sign painted on a barn roof for the S&M Ranch. I was quite disappointed to find that it merely housed cattle.

The Boy Most Likely to ... said...

my favorite Boy Most Likely

How many of these Boy Most Likely to's do you know?

-boy

Jennifer McKenzie said...

OMG! He needs a sock spanking bench.

EkoVox said...

Ahhhh, now I know where the phrase, "Sock It To Me" came from.
And it was uttered by Richard Nixon on Laugh-In. Tee Hee.

Um, Richard Nixon was a former U.S. President for you younger folks.

EkoVox said...

Omigod...I just realized what my avatar was.

Kristabel said...

Yes, Eko, you're a bad monkey.

very, very bad.

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