A New Lion Rule

We had issues on our journey yesterday. To save time and distance, we cross the Columbia on a ferry. We had no problem getting on the ferry. Getting off the ferry, as guided by the deckhand, the top corner of the camper hit a support. Crunch! It took a few hours to figure out how to get the camper off without doing more damage, and then to duct tape the parts back together enough to keep it from getting soaked in the impending rain. We were five hours from home and two hours from the campgrounds. We decided to continue on since the camper seems to be weatherproof for now.

Needless to say, we got in late. It was raining, but we still had daylight. After dinner, Lion fell asleep watching TV. It’s just as well. I was tired too and didn’t feel much like playing. However, when I was ready for bed, Lion was ready for action. While we travelled, he kept mentioning that he was horny. It has been X days since his last orgasm after all. Why wouldn’t he be horny? Sadly, last night was not his night. We snuggled and he moaned whenever my touch felt good, but I didn’t encourage him. We’ll see what tonight brings.

This morning we went out to find cell service so we could report our accident. On the way back to the camper, Lion needed to send a work email. I pulled over as soon as I could so we’d still have cell service. Lion asked what the date is for Monday. I fumbled to find my phone. He said there was a calendar on the truck’s info system and seemed annoyed I was wasting his time looking on my phone for the calendar. There are two problems with this. One, I knew the calendar was there, but my go to is the phone. Two, if he remembered it was there, why didn’t he just look for it himself? He was sitting as far away from it as I was. So what? What’s the big deal?

This isn’t the first time it’s happened. Not the calendar thing, but his being annoyed because I didn’t do something a certain way. Actually, he does it a lot while I’m driving. I’m not in the right lane. I should have turned at that corner back there. Just pass this guy already. And so on. In those cases, I ask him who’s driving and then tell him that any time he’d like to drive he can just let me know. Now I’m thinking these remarks require a more concrete (or should I say wooden, as in paddle) response. From now on, Lion will receive swats for making these comments.

Yes, Lion. 2.0 appears to be back in full force.

What do you think?