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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

What's the date today?

I was overjoyed to see Steve this morning. We'd had to miss last week, as the poor man developed a staph infection on his face, on the upper part of his left cheek. It was actually quite serious -- at first, his doctor thought he might have to have surgery on it, because it was so big. I'll spare you all the gruesome details, but he had to have it incised, twice, and was put on two different antibiotics. He was also told to stay away from people, because he was highly contagious.

But, although it's still healing, he was given the green light to see me. :-) Mercifully, it was bandaged. I couldn't handle seeing what is basically a hole in his face.

So we spent about an hour catching up, chatting away. Then he asked, "Are you ready?"

I was snuggled up against him, and looked into his face. "Can I ask you a question?" "Sure," he said.

"Would you mind if we didn't play today? I'm really not up for it." My voice was quiet, my expression serious.

If he was disappointed or upset, he hid it well. "Really? Sure, whatever you want. How come? Are you OK?"

"Yeah, I'm all right. I'm just not feeling like it. I don't know why..."

He looked concerned. "Are you sure you're all right? Is something wrong?"

I shook my head, gave him a sad look. After a pause, I said, "Can I ask you another question?"

"Of course."

"What's the date today?"

He looked at me like I was crazy. "Uh... April 1?" When I kept giving him that same puppy-dog look, he added, "Did I miss something?"

Absolutely freaking clueless.

I figured he'd had enough, and I burst out laughing. "APRIL FOOL!!"

"You brat!" he blurted. "You totally had me going!" I don't know how I kept a straight face -- I guess I'm a pretty good actress after all. :-)

I don't really like pranks and tricks all that much. At first I thought I'd hide all the implements, tell him I got rid of them, but after thinking about it, it seemed like a bit much. This was just for a quick minute of fun.

Oh, he got me back. But it was totally worth it.

(Hey, look, a Cane-iac endorsement!)

Not only did he write on me, but he bit me, the beast. Here he is gleefully pointing it out.

Ah well. Like I said, it was completely worth it, and I was left feeling quite happy, the happiest I've been in weeks. See?

Thank you, my top. I love you, and that's no April Foolery!


  1. I read the title of the post and yet, you still had *me* going! I was all like, "oh no! Erica doesn't want to play? Something terrible must be wrong!" Brat you are :) Looks like it was a happy April Fool's after all :) xoxo


  2. Too funny! I guessed the minute I read the title of the post. Poor guy - he's too trusting.


  3. Hi Erica -- Before I read the rest of it,I knew you were joking around :-) Since when are you not up for a good Spanking LOL :-) I agree it was totally worth it.I Love your pink panties they are too cute :-) Much Love and hugs from naughty girl Jade

  4. Some people will do just about anything to provoke a spanking! ;-) I'm glad that your antics produced the desired result. (Good for you!) It looks like the both of you thoroughly enjoyed yourselves. (I'm glad that Steve felt well enough to play.)


  5. SC -- really? HAH! I'm good, huh? :-D

    MrJ -- yup!

    Hermione -- I think he just spaced out, or something. Perhaps he trusts me because I'm so honest all the time. *smiling sweetly*

    Jade -- aha, you know me too well!

    Mike -- me too! He's feeling so much better. Staph infections are not something to mess with.

  6. Ha! Ha! Great poke face you must have!
    You were clearly well rewarded for your clever prank. :)

  7. Kelly -- I figured you meant that. :-) Well, I certainly can't fake John out like that. Then again, he's known me for nearly 18 years!

  8. Erica,

    Funny. Loved to have seen Steve's face.


  9. This was so funny. You got him good. And you look so happy! I'm glad it was fun for you and Steve; once he got over the "shock." ;-)

  10. Sweet.... I called my little one in her room , had her fetch the paddle and bare her bottom over my knee . the whole time shes ..... what did i do .. what did i do ... as i looked down at her bare bottom I asked her , do you love Daddy .... Yes sir very much but what did i do ..... I said .... You fell for an April Fools joke .... and laughed . She jumped up and sat facing me ... grinned real big and hugged my neck and then hit my shoulders and told me I was a mean Daddy .. lol

  11. Ronnie -- it was sweet. He looked so confused!

    Bobbie Jo -- I was very happy indeed. :-)

    D -- nice.

  12. That really did make me laugh out loud! Love this post!

  13. Wolfie -- and would you believe that @#$%ing Sharpie writing is still there? Faded, though.