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Friday, April 11, 2014

The Cowboy and the Mail-Order Bride V



Hi, everyone.

Today's snippet comes from a further part of "The Cowboy and the Mail-Order Bride."
This time Eleanor's visiting her friend Penelope,
who helped set her up with her husband, John Henry.
Enjoy!



“So,” she said, once we were alone.  “Has he spanked you yet?”

            “Penny, please.”

            “Come on, El.  I’d tell you.”

            I glanced at her.

            “Well, if you must know, I got it last night with a switch.”

            Of course, she wanted all the details, and when I was done telling her about the whipping, she smiled ruefully.

            “You always were one to let your mouth get you into trouble.  Remember that time at Miss Chasen’s when she made you stand up and recite Shelley because of what you said about poetry being for dull old maids?”

            “How could I forget?  I hate to speak in front of people like that.”



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Friday, April 4, 2014

The Cowboy and the Mail-order Bride IV


      Hi, everyone!
It's that time again.  Hope you are having a wonderful morning.
Today's snippet comes from a further part of "The Cowboy and the Mail-Order Bride."
This time she's in trouble for disobedience and always having to get the last word in.
Enjoy!

“Now, these last ten are going to be the hardest,” he told me.  “They’re to remind you what the rules are around here.  Now start over at one.”

            “Yes, John Henry.”

            The first one hit and the fire seemed to bloom out from there.  The second and third were to my thighs, as were the fourth and fifth. 

            “Please.  Please, no more,” I begged, but he ignored me and carried on.

            All the rest of the strokes where directed to the spot where I sat, and I knew I’d have a tough time doing so for the next day or so.

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