Sensation continues to return to my right hand. I got an email from my neurologist suggesting I visit the ER where they can perform needed tests quickly. I don’t want to go. The last thing I want is to be admitted to the hospital. I seem to be recovering. The neurologist thinks I may have had a small brain bleed. Yuck. Good thing  I have a small brain. The steroid I was prescribed on Saturday seems to be helping. I only have five pills. If the problem is swelling (brain, spinal column), it will return. As for now, I seem to be recovering.

Sunday, Mrs. Lion set up the massage table and finally got to cover my balls and nipples with clothespins. I’m happy to report I had an orgasm. It was fun for both of us. It also helped us feel that things are getting back to normal with me. I’m still feeling tired. I guess that’s to be expected. I probably should go to the dreaded ER. Mrs. Lion is off on a medical visit of her own. When she gets back, we’ll talk it over. I also asked the neurologist to call me.

I don’t mean to bore you with my medical issues. I do only because they change our approach to our lifestyle. Speaking of that, another blog wrote about finding a substitute spanker if the disciplinary wife is temporarily out of commission. The tone of the post and comments were surprisingly unsympathetic to the wife. The concern was exclusively about how to continue the spankings without interruption. The interesting euphemism was “maintaining guardrails.” This surprised me. It’s one thing to carry on endless conversations about spanking and how they help and change behaviors. I think it is quite another to seriously debate how to get substitute spankers. If Mrs. Lion is having a problem, dealing with the problem is going to be my focus. I’m a grownup and can control my behavior without the continued threat of a spanking.

This attitude bothers me because it doesn’t recognize the dynamic of the relationship. Sure, spankng helps me. It satisfies a deep sexual need as well as providing me with useful education. I respectfully submit that the better question in the case of spousal loss of spanking ability is if the spanking partner needs someone to take up her work until she recovers. Anyway, it’s something to consider.

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  1. YEs, it is very difficult to think about sex and certainly to act on it when there are medical issues, or any out of the ordinary issues. Although, sometimes sex can help focus you and get your mind off those troubles. Glad to hear that you are feeling well enough to “suffer” some at the hands of Mrs. Lion. Yes, she is a wonderful partner.

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      Thanks for the good wishes.

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