Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Red Panty Days

Bacall started wearing red panties last Wednesday. She has enough to last through Christmas without washing. She expects to be paddled every day. Jeesh, a man gets no rest.

I only have two pair of red panties. We coordinated this morning and gave each other a few pops with the Santa spoon. (See below) We made a run to Costco and gave each other a few more pops when we got back. She was feeling bulletproof and kept her bottom sticking out and wiggling until I got her to the right temperature. She said she wanted to say "Is that all you got", but was able for once to keep it to herself.

After I wrote the above, Bacall decided she wanted to post.

It’s the Christmas season. Sometimes I have the Christmas Spirit and sometimes I don’t.  This year I have lots of Christmas Spirit. The den and dining room are decorated and the living room is in the process.  Cards are written and will be mailed Monday and the gifts are purchased.  I may even get around to wrapping them next week. And it’s cold and it snowed in the deep South last night.  It was wonderful to get up and see all the lawns covered in snows - not much but it’s such a rare occasion for us.

Another thing that helps me get in the Christmas Spirit is wearing red panties every day.  Bogey, bless his heart, has to give me paddle pops every day.  It’s a chore, but he puts forth great effort to make sure my bottom is nice and warm.  He has a pair of nice silk underwear with Santa climbing down the chimney.  That is a tradition also.  The one thing about all of this is the red paddle gets used.  It has been used for many years but has never gotten any softer.  It still has a major sting.  I don’t know why, but when I am bent over with my red panties, I start moving my bottom from side to side - harder to hit a moving target, right?  Sometimes I even sing a little and I feel feisty and today, I even said is that all you can do! Sometimes, my mouth overloads my fanny.



The 12 Days Of Christmas

We have been doing the 12 Days Of Christmas for decades. The first post I can find about it was in 2012.

Not being good Episcopalians, it was only a few years ago that we found out the 12 Days start after Christmas Day, not before.


The traditional Christian celebration of Christmas starts with The season of Advent on the fourth Sunday before Christmas, and for nearly a month Christians await the coming of Christ in a spirit of expectation, singing hymns of longing. Then, on December 25, Christmas Day itself ushers in 12 days of celebration, ending only on January 6 with the feast of the Epiphany.


We will do our 12 Days, quietly, after Christmas. Our Santa spoon is already hanging on the hearth. It will warm up two bottoms.






2 comments:

  1. What a wonderful tradition...may it continue for many more Christmas'

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  2. I'd love to start a tradition like that.

    Happy Christmas Spankings

    Yorkie

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