Last night, I fixed Dragon's favorite dinner. I even gave our son a cooking lesson. Step by step. I handed ingredients to my son and he added them to the meatloaf.
I had just checked the temperature of the meat as Dragon walked in the door. It needed another 20 minutes in the oven. Just enough time for a reward.
Dragon lead me to the garage for some fun. He even gave me a choice. Paddles or back. It wasn't hard. BACK! He gathered the floggers while I undressed. He positioned me on my yoga mat with my arms proped on the seat of the couch.
It was wonderful. The rain of leather across my back felt like heaven. I think he used every flogger in our collection and he used them different ways. I don't know how he does it but he can give one flogger three different sensations.
The snake was the most memorable. It usually has a sharp, biting sting. But the first sensation from it was more like a fist. Then came the more familiar bite and finally a light sting. Something I would associate with a switch.
I ate my supper with a smile on my face.