Danger visited me for the first time in two months.
I believe this was the longest we have gone without seeing each other since we began dating. What I have learned from having a long-distance relationship is that sometimes things just need to be hugged out, sometimes issues need to be solved face to face, in person, with no place to hide and nowhere to grump.
It was a weekend of happiness, sadness, and a lot of catching up. Daddy and I talk every single day and Skype every single night, but in person it is something different. In person we flow and sometimes crash, but it seems natural and seems right. We didn’t play or scene the way we normally do…the sex was there, the dynamic was there…but more us and less kink I suppose. I think that’s okay though, okay to set aside the contraptions, the tails and plugs, the complex three-hour scenes…sometimes it’s okay to set aside those things for each other. It is important to know that kink aside, we still can work as people.
We’ve had it rough lately, rougher than usual. Life has been tough and the toughness in my life has affected us as a couple. This weekend has given me hope though, new hope that before he arrived on Friday I honestly can say I didn’t have. All I needed was to see his face and hold him, spend time and talk about our dreams…think of the future and him in it. I needed all of those things to remember all that he means to me.
Daddy gave me this necklace, a day collar for my workplace, interviews, anywhere that wouldn’t accept my beautiful collar. I wore it with a new dress and he dressed up too…we had a date Saturday night, reminded me of a first date. We sat on the same side of the table, ate off of each other’s plates…he took me to a movie that scared the bejesus out of me…
It was a perfect weekend. Full of ups and downs, but with the one I love.