Saturday, November 25, 2017

Spanking Dare Number Two - All Done Baker!

Eric's birthday is on Tuesday so we skipped town on Thanksgiving and made our way to the beach.  He rented a cute little bungalow close to the water in a place I refer to as paradise.  We will spend a total of five days with our piggies in the sand and then Eric is back to his travels.

Tonight we decided to celebrate the birthday boy.  I'm on a tight budget right now, living in a no spend zone. I had to rely on my creativity to make a present for Eric. I worked on it for hours and hours but enjoyed every second I put into it.  Basically, I wrote him a story about us but I took a bunch of naughty pictures and have them interspersed throughout the pages. I printed it out on my home computer and wrapped it in bright blue and green foil paper. Then I tucked it away in my suitcase.

Meanwhile, my husband was up to his own "tucking" away.  Baker had dared Eric to use the paddle I bought that he's never gotten around to and that was just part one. Part two was to use the slotted spoon in such a way that is was pleasurable rather than painful.  Well Baker, both items made the trip with us!

Mid-day Eric was going out to run a few errands.  I told him I'd stay behind and bake his cake, an odd request since I've never known him to be a cake guy.  As I placed everything on the counter, my husband sneaked up behind me and WHACK, I got a good one with the slotted spoon.

"You brought that!" I squealed but then noticed a little heart tied around the handle.

"Mix the cake with this," Eric said handing it over to me.  "I added the charm so you'd always remember I use it in love."

That man knows just how to make me swoon but could he leave it at that? NO. The"paddle" he's never used appeared next.

"Before I go," he suggested, "let's get these birthday spankings out of the way.  Then I won't have to listen to your boo-hooing because this thing is going to be like swatting you with a brick."

I don't know what I was thinking when I bought it in the first place. It is actually a cutting board and as noted by Mr. Visual, it is quite thick!

"Is that why you never used it before?" I asked, internally planning to make sure the thing does not get packed when we leave.

Eric took my arm and led me to the couch.  He sat down and patted his lap.

"Over you go, Amy Lynn," he grinned.  "It's not every day you get to take my birthday spankings."

Eric is OLD.  Not really.  If he were dishing out birthday chocolates, I would say he is too young. With that darn paddle though, let's just say I did not last beyond his first decade.  Actually, he didn't either.  We both hated it.

"Let's accidentally leave this behind," Eric said putting it down and resuming with a lovely hand spanking.  (Great minds do think alike.)

With nice warm buns, I went about mixing the cake batter with my newly decorated slotted spoon. Eric hung around, looking adorable, flirty, and like he was going to get presents.

"Get undressed," he ordered just as I was about to pour the batter into a sheet pan.

"What? Did you say get undressed?"

Eric frowned.  "Don't question me.  Take your clothes off, NOW."

Not sure where he was going with this, I stripped down and was told to lay on my back on the counter top.  Then, dipping the slotted spoon in the cake mix, Eric took his time drawing little heart shapes all over my body.

"You're going to make a mess!" I scolded, his lips tasting a heart drawn around my left nipple.

"It's okay," he said, kissing another one further down my thigh.  "It's my birthday.  Somebody else will clean it up."

I can't complain, even though we all know that "somebody else" is me.  Eric is happy and relaxed and incredibly fun to be around right now.

We never did bake the cake.  Eric doesn't really eat cake and he's out now, running those errands, while I shower and get ready for our birthday party for two.

Thank you Baker, for the fun dare.  The slotted spoon has a new place in our lives and the other, not sure where that thing went.

Amy

19 comments:

  1. What a fun birthday celebration, Amy. You can take that cutting board home to use in your kitchen as a cutting or cheese board. Hope you two enjoy the rest of your holiday.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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    1. Haha! Cat. You are genius. It NEVER occurred to either of us to use the cutting board as it was originally intended. How silly is that?! Okay, back in the suitcase it goes.
      Amy

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  2. Yay! That sounded like a great time! Dare two down in the record books!
    --Baker

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    1. Yes Baker - and we so appreciate you playing along. Two more to go. I'm on the search for a suggestive Christmas Ornament and need to write a romantic dream for Fantasy Friday. Better get busy but then there is that beach calling my name...
      Amy

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  3. What a sweet post. Really loved reading about your celebrations (dares) and the slotted spoon with a charm is awesome. Definitely make sure you leave the other implement behind.

    Happy Birthday Eric!
    Hugs Lindy xx

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    1. Actually, now that Cat has pointed out we could use it as a cutting board, it's back in the suitcase. Eric thanks you for the birthday wishes!
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  4. Hi Amy , nice post, happy Birthday Eric! Have a fun holiday too
    love Jan, xx

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  5. oh lovely. *slaps*. sounds like a great way to celebrate his birthday!

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    1. The prep was more fun than the birthday!
      Amy

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  6. A lovely celebration! Although I am a cake person, so I would definitely have baked it!

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    1. I see, PK. You want to have your cake and eat it too. We, on the other hand, want to mix our cake and wear it too. Hee hee. Hey, one of those dares was a story for Fantasy Friday. I'll try to get one written for you soon.
      Amy

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  7. Amy,

    A birthday is simply not ordinary at your house. My bottom tingled just reading your post. You are brave, brave, brave and I love your posts.
    Meredith

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    1. My birthday is coming up next. We shall see what's in store for me! :)
      Amy

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  8. Amy,
    No more complaining when Eric is out of town. That man makes up for his absences with gusto. Glad you had such a wonderful time together!

    Ella

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    1. Oh Ella,
      I know you are right. It kills me when he's gone but when he's back and in my ear or all over my body, I can't imagine my world without him.
      Amy

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  9. I have to agree with Ella, he does make up for things when he is home. But that might also make it harder, worse - really miss him. Sorry you didn't like the "cheeseboard".

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    1. You nailed it. Heaven when he's home leads to true heart ache while he's gone. As for the cheeseboard, we have another long, slender one that we both love. This was is too thick and small. Yes, I'm referring to paddles. ;) Speaking of, what's your best selling one? Maybe we are newbies in paddle land.
      Amy

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  10. Hi Amy, :) You two really know how to do it up, with celebrations! Good for you!

    You need to get yourself a "cheeseboard" like ours from Blondie's Place! It's the mini red oak paddle, and Rob has always called it the cheeseboard. I bet that Eric will love using it, and well... sometimes you will enjoy it! LOL! ;) That real cheeseboard looked fierce!

    Happy Birthday to Eric! Fun post! Loved the heart charm around the spoon! Many hugs,

    <3 Katie

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