Take Me To Bed Or Lose Me Forever!
Posted on May 14th, 2007 in Are You Gonna Eat That?, Body Mods, Does All Her Own Stunts, Made In Alberta
Good Morning and Good Monday!
Yours truly is in a super-duper great mood this morning
I had a GREAT weekend.
Saturday we were kid-free and I had arranged a laid-back schedule of events for the two of us. Lunch with two of our good friends, followed by tattoo inquires. Steve Peace was not able to fit me in last-minute, so I chose another artist who was recommended to me by a large number of friends. A good friend and former co-worker had an $800.00 back piece done by this particular artist and it was fantastic. She has got some skills with an ink machine! I feel good about my decision to go with her, and I have an appointment for that in two weeks! Hooray! I cannot wait. I promise lots of details (sadly no pics, since the tattoo is going to be on the back of my neck and it’s custom work). I didn’t buy off the lot, she is going to be drawing it from scratch. I would prefer not to have people identify me thanks to a tattoo, so sorry all.
I put down my deposit for the tattoo, all in all it’s going to cost me under 300.00 bucks, which is a good thing!
After we secured an appointment for said ink, Jack took me to Globefish for dinner! It’s by far the best sushi restaurant in the city. We ordered gyoza, Alaska rolls, the Globefish Sushi Combo and the Deluxe Sushi Combo. The food was incredible, the rice was fresh and not dried out (a pretty common problem with sushi places) and the service was fantastic. I enjoyed the presentation of each dish, and the speed at which our food was served. For dessert we ordered the mochi, which is described as a rice cake stuffed with ice cream. However, a more accurate description is a rice flour based dough, wrapped around a little ball of actual vanilla ice cream (by that I mean ice cream made with vanilla bean rather than just vanilla extract). This ball of dough and ice cream is frozen hard as a rock, and then served sliced in half. The first bite is unusual. The ice cream is mild, not over sweetened like most ice cream is. The vanilla bean gives it a nice gentle flavour, and the texture is very nice. It seems to become more delicious as the ice cream softens. We enjoyed it a great deal.
Once dinner was finished we made our way over to Chinook Center to meet V for a movie. We had a few free passes, which was great. Gotta love going out for free. V and I wanted to watch something funny, so we decided on Blades Of Glory. Jack had no objections, and after loading ourselves down with popcorn and coke, we found some seats and settled in for the movie. I was sitting between V and Jack and I joked about how nice it was to be out on a date with my husband and my wife. V just giggled and said she felt the same way. The three of us truly are a little family, and I don’t know what I would do without either of them.
The movie was absolutely hilarious! I laughed so hard I could hardly breath. Jack said his abdominal were sore by the time we left. I won’t spoil it for anyone but honestly, we all loved it.
After the movie we went back to V’s place to hang out for a little while. She had some cans of Rock Creek Dry Cider in her fridge which she wanted us to try. Basically it’s like beer with apple cider. The smell was delicious, like ripe apples. The taste was slightly sweet, with a more acidic finish. I do not like beer very much, but I enjoyed this a great deal! Yum, would be perfect for Beer Can Chicken I think.
We left V’s sometime late and made our way home. I fell into bed immediately and sighed contently. What a wonderful day it was. Jack and I got to spend a lot of quality time together, walking around and holding hands. It was fun and romantic. As we cuddled down in bed together, I was laying on my tummy and before I knew it he was on top of me, nudging my thighs apart with his knees and thrusting his cock into my pussy from behind. Mmmmmmmmmmm the perfect ending to a perfect day.
Sunday was another excellent day! I got a gorgeous Japanese Tea Set from my children for Mother’s Day. It’s a tea pot with four small tea cups/bowls in a lovely moss green color. I love it! Jack bought me a wonderful book that I have been wanting for months. It’s called The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman and it’s a great resource for developing more closeness and understanding in your relationships. I look forward to reading it.
I am so spoiled by Jack.
I hope that all the beautiful mom’s out there had a great Mother’s Day weekend!