How’s that working out? – Update and Intro

awesomeAs you can ascertain, I have been unable to post as often as before:  only once maybe twice a month.  This is due to my busy work schedule as a substitute teacher in three different school districts – about a 20-square mile area – and a tutor in the evenings.  I am doing this with the hope of obtaining a full-time position in one of those districts; my top priority.  For those of you who still regularly follow my blog, thank you, thank you for your loyalty.  It is not unnoticed.  Given our busy hectic daily schedules even five minutes can be impossible to find.  I hope one day soon I can juggle-in the necessary time for my blog; 3-4 posts per month.  In the meantime, your patience is much appreciated.  For those who are visiting for the first or second time, please browse through earlier posts or categories and perhaps you will find other topics of interest and return again soon.

Due to the content of my next upcoming post,  How’s that working out?, it is best that it be password protected.  If you would like to read it, please contact me with your name and reason(s) why you’d like to read it.

Fair warning:  The post will be about the exploration and examination of the Pros and Cons of monogamous and “open” relationships and marriages, the BDSM lifestyle, and how I found myself recently discussing the dynamics among new friends of both genders.  I think you’ll find it stimulating.

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17 thoughts on “How’s that working out? – Update and Intro

  1. It’s great to see you, Professor. I had you on my mind yesterday, so it’s a pleasant surprise to see your post this morning. I have sucked at writing emails lately — hell, I’ve sucked at writing anything lately. You have a better excuse than I do. 😉

    So, you’ve evolved to password protection posts? This oughta be juicy. 😀 We’ve had a few lengthy discussions on the subject, so I’m curiously looking forward to reading your post. Will I have to send you an email and explain why I want to read your post? 😛

    Have a fantastical week, my friend.

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    • Hello Victoria! Yes, lengthy juicy discussions that have always been enticing, challenging, and inspiring. I wish we had much more time for them. No need for your email and explanation; you fit the bill for the post. As you might imagine, I would like to avoid any offense or unintended insult — that’s why I do it. 🙂

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    • Well hello Ms. Janelle! Welcome! It is great to see you here in my personal sphere of cyberspace! I hope you’ll come around often.

      You should get a notification when the post is done/published and I will furnish to you the password. 🙂

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    • Hello Victoria!

      The “crazy schedule” has its moments, but I’ve survived so far. You will most certainly have access Dear. I’m just trying to be respectful and responsible for any sensitive viewers. You understand I’m sure.

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      • Hello Darling, of course I understand. Most times I try… but as Mae West once said, “Those who are easily shocked, should be shocked more often.”

        Looking forward to reading, and am honored to be on the list. 😉

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  2. It goes without saying that I’m very interested in anything that’s locked behind closed doors. As to reasons why? Well, you already know me pretty well, so I don’t think I need to spell it out for you. 😉

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