Saturday, December 9, 2017

Saturday Spankings






Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukka, Felize Navidad, Happy Kwanza, Joyeuses Fetes, Happy Holidays and any other greeting I might have missed.  It's that time of year and it's Saturday, so it must be Saturday Spankings.


Sixteen days to go until Santa comes to town.  I've been a pretty good girl this year so I'm not too worried about any coal in my stocking.  How about you?  I do know a bunch of people that live in a big white house in the eastern part of the United States that deserve not only coal but a damn good paddling to let them see the error of their ways.  Enough about that.

In last week's SS post, I left Lily Rose in a very precarious situation.  If you've read the story, you know she not only survives this travail but also the death of her precious Johnny.  She is tough and gets through with the help of her new neighbors and the presence of one of Johnny's boyhood friends.

Home for Christmas tells the story of Lily Rose and Luke.  Luke knows all about Lily from Johnny's letters to him so he knows all about her feistiness.  He loves it as much as Johnny did, but disciplining her from time to time is a necessity.

In this scene, Lily has been less than respectful to a neighbor and refuses to apologize.  She knows she going to get a hiding but doesn't care.  Luke's razor strap is punishing her behind and she is complaining that it hurts.

"Of course it hurts, it's meant to.  If only you had apologized, you wouldn't be getting punished right now.  This is your own fault."

"I thought I said no lectures."

"You know, Lily Rose, lying her bare-assed getting your backside flamed, you might not want to annoy me further. Now get up and come with me to get your mouth cleansed and don't bother pulling down your skirts.  I want to see that red backside."

Her head held high, shoulders back and holding up her skirts, Lily Rose marched to the kitchen with as much swagger as she could muster. 


Would you be able to swagger after ten swipes with a razor strap?  I don't think I could, but you never know.

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