Discussion in 'BHM/FFA' started by Surlysomething, Feb 15, 2009.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. He gets it (and he loves it ).
Sorry we're limiting the inflow of FFAs to Canada when we renegotiate NAFTA.
FFA are exempt! Free flow of fat admiration is essential to world peace.
The trade agreements come into play when BHM want in. Like a club - girls drink for free =p
Canada ain't the only thing I won't be getting inside of anytime in the foreseeable future.
My fiancé and I went to a BDSM convention yesterday and it was amazing. Also I had my first dungeon experience. I'm super happy but exhausted and have an endorphin hangover.
That sounds amazing! Ive never been to a dungeon and don't know if I'd want to, but I am happy for you! And the endorphin rush of playing :smitten::smitten:
BDSM convention sounds aawesome!
The play party/dungeon certainly was an experience. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect but it was a really cool energy, everybody was just doing their thing and everyone was cool, even if what one person was doing wasn't Simeon else's thing. Everyone was super nice too.
It was amazing. I learned some cool stuff and had so much fun.
Sounds super fun, I think I'm the sort of person who would only really be comfortable doing BDSM with someone I'd been with for awhile though. Yay trust issues.
I only played with my fiancé. Most people were with their partners or had prenegotiated the scene.
I've always suffered from impostor's syndrome, I've learned to just deal with it. My company recently asked me to move to a different state and work with a sister company we do business with. I was moved there to fix the company. It's all sorts of broken and what not. It's really cool that they think I'm responsible and qualified enough to handle this job.
For the first time in my career I feel WAY out of my element. It's SO broken and it almost seems unrepairable. It's just...fucking hard. Every day there's something new that is completely and utterly broken. I have a lot support and my manager is amazing. (She makes me want to be a strong woman). I just don't know if I can do this.
Hozay: well, you can fix processes and tools, but people have to be willing to be fixed, and that is not always a given ... so even though you are more awesome than you give yourself credit for, I can understand being nervous. But the good news is that with that much broken, there should be lots that you can improve fairly easily, get some early victories, and then hopefully most of the people there will get behind you.
Best of luck, and I can't think of anyone I'd rather send out on a job like that.
I got a phone call from my dad this morning, apparently he is getting married today. They are doing a private ceremony on their boat but then they are having a little reception with my brother and her son. He did the same thing when he got engaged, he didn't even tell me he was planning it and just told me after it happened. Want to be happy for them but I am also really hurt but he didn't even think to even tell me it was happening before this morning.
That sucks, Lille
Thanks Tad. What makes it so difficult is that everybody expects me to just be happy for him.
Seriously? It doesn't strike most people as shoddy to the point of verging on insulting that he doesn't tell you such things until so late on?
I mean, maybe he is one of those people who have cat-levels of relationship skills, so those that know him are vaguely surprised that he remembered at any point to inform anyone he wasn't bumping into face-to-face of what was going on in his life. Even so I'd at least expect a "It sucks that he doesn't remember to keep people in the loop more, has to make it frustrating for you" type of response.
Always the voice of reason. You are far too kind with your words. Thank you Tad.
How's it going Hozay? Found any firm footing yet, or are you still scrabbling through the brokenness?
IC that I was a bit disapointed when the power came back on work this morning, after a 45 minute outage. I was kind of down with having a non-computer oriented day.
After nearly a decade of either stark dark/white shirts, hubby is flaunting in BRIGHT hawaiin shirts (yes, from hawaii). They look really good.
And sometimes, when he is sitting, i get a liitttllee peep of belly button, which is super hawwwt.
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