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Friday, February 11, 2011

Happy Friday blathering

It's Friday of what John has been calling "Valentine Week." I know, I know, we're nauseating. But please bear with me. This is the one time a year where I throw my customary cynicism out the window and indulge in sheer romantic mush. Yeah, yeah... it's a date on the calendar, we should be like this all year round and not just one day, it's too commercial, blah blah freaking blah. I don't care. No one's gonna rain on my little giddy parade. :-)

And of course, what's my favorite thing these days about Fridays? Getting Chrossed! My incredible scene with New Guy this week landed me not only on the Chross list, but on PaddleMePink's and Kaelah's blogs as well. Thank you, one and all. When I write about a wonderful experience, I get to relive it... and then when others enjoy, comment on and cite it, I relive it yet again. Such a lovely cycle.

While perusing Chross's choices this week, I ran across something that made me cheer. (Yes, I do get excited over the damndest things.)

You guys have listened to me babble on and on for years about my favorite mainstream spanking scene, the Robert Horton/Susan Oliver spanking in the Wagon Train episode, "The Maggie Hamilton Story." I first saw it on my Cinema Swats VHS tape and I dissolved into a puddle of girl goo, as Danny used to say.

However, much to my frustration, the scene was nowhere to be found in its entirety online. There was a clip of it, but it was severely truncated. Instead of showing the delicious buildup to their confrontation, it started right in the middle of it. And then it cut out abruptly after the spanking, without showing the sweet moments afterward. I could describe the full scene until I was blue in the face, but nothing was like seeing it.

So I was delighted to see that Le Monde De La Fessee found that full clip and has posted it! The blog is in French, but don't pay any mind to that, just look at the pictures and then the video. Susan Oliver is the perfect impossible brat ("If I kill you, it will be your fault!"). And ladies, if you have never seen this clip in its entirety, go, go watch. I guarantee you that the last few seconds alone will make you melt. And while you may never have heard of Robert Horton prior to this, you will have a crush on him forevermore. ("You're going to grow up. All the way. Right now.") Swooooooooooooooooooooooon... McLintock and his stooooopid coal shovel -- Meh! Flint McCullough (Horton's character) is my epitome of a spanking man. :-D

Anyway (fanning myself), on to the weekend. I've already received my Valentine's Day roses... last Tuesday. John likes to send them early, mixing it up, so I'll be surprised. Not red, but peach. And not a dozen, but fifteen. I'm not sure why he chose that number, but this is our 15th Valentine's Day together, so that could be it. It would be very much like him to remember a detail like that.

I have a large Tupperware filled with brownies from scratch, a heart-shaped balloon and a nice card (not too flowery/mushy, just right). And I will bring something pretty to wear tomorrow night when he takes me to dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, including some new panties. ;-)

Have a great weekend, y'all.


  1. Erica,

    I heartily agree with you!!! That Wagon Train scene with Robert Horton and Susan Oliver is soooo dreamy and beats McClintock hands down. I was happy to see it again and it is a bit different than I remmembered it, but it's still one of the best.

    Have a great weekend.

  2. Bobbie Jo -- dreamy is the word! I loved his calm and deliberate demeanor. And the tough/tender dichotomy -- he pushes her to the ground, then gathers her up and cradles her.

    Robert Horton is still with us, age 86. Sadly, Susan Oliver died of lung cancer in her late 50s. She was soooo beautiful.

  3. Hello my Erica i know the flower's John sent you must be lovely and BEAUTIFUL :-) CONGRATS on being crossed again YOU ROCK. sound's like you and John's valentine's weekend is going to be WONDERFUL and fun :-) is John going to give you a valentine's day spanking? I know i need a good otk spanking because i can't be tamed hehehe. your brownie's sound YUMMY. I LOVE YOU big hugs from your naughty girl Jade xoxo

  4. Jade -- thanks! They ARE yummy, I must say; I got to eat the little pieces that stuck to the pan when I was cutting them. :-)

  5. Nothing radiates like a happy Erica, and it's a great joy!

    The entire emotional context of the "Wagon Train" scene should be tremendously satisfying for everyone; but the thing I noticed right away when I first saw it, being a guy, was that he hiked up dress and petticoats to paddle her long knickers! Imagine all the black-and-white TV viewers sputtering on their TV dinners!!

    Meanwhile, HVW to you and John!

  6. Dave -- I know, right? That was unheard of in television circa 1960. Plus, they actually showed his hand connecting, hard.

    Loved your Barbara Eden tribute!

  7. Erica,

    Enjoy your night with John! I'm a total sucker for roses, so any color looks beautiful to me. I think it's adorable that John is so into Valentine's Day and takes the time to remember the details. I once dated a guy who hated the "holiday" for being commercial, and suffice it to say, that one did not last that long! :)


  8. Your whole Valentine's sounds wonderful.
    I used to not like Valentine's but as time goes on I do love it for just saying, "Hey, why not talk about it?"
    Peach roses, fifteen of them, perfect.

  9. Hope you are going to have a wonderful, romantic, panties appreciating, bottom warming Valentine's day!!

    Lots of hugs


  10. Beth -- I am very lucky that way, with John. However, he says it's fun to do all that stuff for me, because I appreciate it so much. :-) I didn't have it when I was younger, so it means even more to me now.

    Poppy -- you have your very own (and wonderful) Valentine now, and that makes the day special. :-)

    Raven -- planning on it. Thank you! xo

  11. Happy Valentine's Day, Beautiful!


  12. Happy Valentine's Weekend, Erica!

    I loved the clip. Danny was watching it with me, and during the wonderful tender moment in the end, while I was swooning, he says, "This is when he rapes her!"


  13. Libby -- thank you, sweetie!

    Sophie -- arrrrgghhh! Whack him upside the head and call him a dumbass for me, will ya?

  14. I hope you are enjoying your weekend with John. Lots of fun, hugs, quiet moments, and, of course, some nice "warm" moments, too.

    Glad you are getting all the little attentions you love and deserve.


  15. It's been a long time since I've seen a movie spanking scene (maybe 'cause I've been feeling jaded), but that was really good hand-to-butt contact. Horton and Oliver were both so beautiful, and David Selby isn't half bad for 70. I hope you've had a wonderful weekend with your wonderful man! Glad to read about the exciting developments with New Guy too! I was pretty busy this week, and feel rewarded by all the delicious dish by Erica. And tomorrow's another Monday.... Yum!!!

  16. Bobbie Jo -- I didn't eat them; I was too busy scarfing See's chocolate. :-D But John said they were good.

    Dana -- it was indeed wonderful, and more to come on that. Hope you have a great time with your Valentine as well!

  17. Erica,

    I LOVE See's candy. I have eaten that stuff since I was a kid. I still would have eaten some of the brownies, though, as I love them, too.

    Looking forward to what you will have to say about tomorrow's activities. :-D

  18. I so agree with your comments of Flint!!!!! Sigh, if only .....! Siiiiiiigh ;-)