Lion and I have been suffering from the same tummy issue for days. We haven’t always eaten the same thing so we’re thinking it’s some sort of virus. As a result, we didn’t play last night. We did snuggle and Lion said he wanted to get hard but it wasn’t happening. That (I’m hoping) means tonight is the grand finale of his all-you-can-come buffet.
It’s just a coincidence that his buffet is ending the night before he starts his new job. I had no premonition of that being the case when I suggested the idea. At that point we were still hopeful that he’d get the job. I wish I could say I had a hand in that happening. If that were the case, we’d have the winning Powerball ticket instead of someone in New Hampshire.
Today being Lion’s last day of “freedom”, we have some work to do around the house. Laundry will move to being a weekend chore again. Most things will move to weekend chores. We have no idea what his work hours will be, but with both of us working, dinner will be later and that will make everything else later. We’ll have to see how it shakes out for play. And will Lion even want play right away? These are things we have to play by ear for a while.
Lion’s first business trip is Wednesday which means he has to be wild. That’s no big deal. He’s been wild for over a week so far. I was going to leave him wild for his first week of work anyway. I wanted to give him the opportunity of sizing up the bathroom situation. Why make it more difficult for him to pee? And, of course, a plane trip would have to be sans cage. I just want Lion to be as comfortable as possible.
Life has been intruding on our sex life a lot in the past few months. That doesn’t mean we’ve drifted apart. We still hold hands and snuggle. We still love each other as much. We just haven’t been playing. I’m sure this has been boring to read about. Nothing flashy. Nothing exciting. But sometimes that’s how life is. For better or worse; in sickness and in health. In the near future, I predict that Lion will be happily back in his cage and we’ll be playing again. In the meantime, we’re happy being together and that’s more than many people can say.