Watching the Wheels

“Watching the Wheels” is one of my favorite songs of all time.

John Lennon died on my eight birthday. I always felt a kinship…a responsibility to remember him because we share a day.  And to me, this is one of his best.

I find this song appropriate as I prepare for my day tomorrow. A few posts back I wrote about a reader who reached out to me as Maestro and I were about to watch Exodus. Her message struck a chord with me as we are on a similar journey…both of us seeking God and enlightenment in our D/s relationships. And tomorrow, I will have the opportunity to meet this lovely woman.

As serendipity would have it, she is visiting a nearby state and is willing to make the drive here to meet me. I have to admit, I am a bit nervous. Yes, I know….I’ve done things far scarier than this that involve a variety of gentlemen and a variety of scenarios. But this is a different kind of nervous. After all, outside of a handful of friends and close acquaintances, no one knows my real identity. On the blog, I am anonymous…equipped with a laptop and a pseudonym.  I can express my thoughts freely.

And tomorrow, I will sit face to face with a reader (who I might add is also sharing her identity) to discuss this tumultuous journey of mine. To discuss the experiences within her journey (hers is a bit different, as she is exploring D/s in her established marriage). To discuss where we find God in all of this. How we seek solace in the guidance and direction of our partners and ultimately in The Almighty.

I am excited to meet my new friend.  I am eager to hear about her journey.  I hope that we are able to glean much from each other’s experiences.  It will be refreshing to talk with someone who sees the dynamic in a similar light as I do.


So I leave you with this…

People say I’m crazy, doing what I’m doing
Well they give me all kinds of warnings, to save me from ruin
When I say that I’m okay, well they look at me kinda strange
“Surely, you’re not happy now, you no longer play the game”

4 thoughts on “Watching the Wheels

  1. i look forward to hearing how your meeting goes. i, too, have really been looking at Daddy and my relationship from a Godly standpoint. i have had many ah ha moments in regards to what the Bible says about the wife submitting to the husband. i so love the friendship that we have made over the course of the last two months. i realize that we don’t know each other’s true identity, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that we share a common bond…a love for Christ and our need to serve the men in our lives that love Christ as well.


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    1. Beautifully said, my friend. It is all about serving the One and The One.

      I cherish our friendship as well. I hope things go well tomorrow. I have a feeling I will learn a lot from her. She’s exceptionally wise and I am intrigued by her viewpoints on spirituality and faith. Can’t wait! I’ll keep you posted.
      Sounds like you had and AMAZING weekend! I am so happy for you.
      Love to you!

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