So Right Then…

I should probably start by explaining why I haven’t posted in about a year.

It’s actually nothing particularly exciting, really. I’m at a job that is more intensive in mental effort (my previous job, which I was laid off from in 2010, was high on physical effort but very low on mental, so I could write these posts in my head, along with my stories and anything else that came to mind.) I don’t have as much headspace for this as I used to. What I do have, I devote to my actual life of pleasing my Goddess, which is more important than writing even though there is overlap. This may change. It hopefully will change. But it’s why I haven’t been around here much.

Meanwhile, I will share an anecdote with you that should hope to illuminate that while I am silent, it is the happy kind of silence. The other day, I was driving Goddess home and I said to Her, “I think we should cut down the side roads. I think that the highway is about to get very congested.” She said, “I was just about to say the same thing.”

I said, “Isn’t it great that we think so much alike, even on the little things?” She replied, “It’s probably because I’m occupying so much of your brain.”

There’s definitely a happy there, and my readers will understand just what it is.

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5 Responses to “So Right Then…”

  1. Mark Powlett (@Markonair) Says:

    I enjoyed reading this as I find that I even have the same thing with some clients and they often say to me “I know what you are thinking” I like the fact that we think its a telepathic thing but I wonder if its more of an empathetic thing !

  2. sleepingirl Says:

    As much as I enjoy your writing, I’m *beyond* pleased to see an update like this 🙂 Yay for happies!

  3. Vince Lynch Says:

    I think getting in the flow with blogging is a creative thing, sometimes we don’t seem to have the words to describe what we are thinking, I do find reading alot helps whether it be reading books or reading other peoples blogs really gets me thinking.

    Have a good day, persistance and consistency mean more in any area of life than anything!

  4. Mark Powlett Says:

    Lovely little story and something that happens to couples so often when they are in sync. It says a lot about you both 🙂

  5. Kevin Says:

    I have a question for you. I have a friend I wish to introduce to your stories. I am unsure what stories to show them as they’re new to the whole hypnosis story scene. Which of your works would you recommend?

    Thank you for your time and response I hope you and your lady are well.

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