Friday, January 18, 2013

Jack and Jill Say Thank You!


We learn everyday. 
We learn from all you wonderful people who live a Domestic Discipline lifestyle.
Thank you all for sharing with us. You have been an inspiration!

Along the way, we've read things that made sense to us.
We've read things we could relate to, and things we couldn't!  But, hey, that's fine - we learn from everything we read and from everyone of you!

Reading back - we can see that we are evolving all the time, and what we thought back then, we had to leave behind to move forward. And who knows? In the future, we'll probably be somewhere completely different. That's fine too  - One step at a time.          

We are constantly talking about all the wonderful things that have happened since beginning our journey - and are amazed at how these wonderful changes have enhanced our love life, our passion, our form of communicating, our sex life and our need for one another.

My Jack has a wife who loves, adores, respects, tries to obey (working on it, folks!) is working hard on my goals of being a good submissive and caring wife - who puts him first above all others.
I have a husband who is working hard to become the leader of our household, making good decisions, disciplining me when I get off track, loves me and is getting better each day at admitting his mistakes and apologizing. Who could ask for more?
We have moved from a stagnant marriage to a dynamic one! 

Domestic Discipline has - in our opinion -  nothing to do with religion or race, color, creed, background or upbringing.
It has to do with the dynamics of a relationship. the division of roles. A marriage.
We do things to please each other, with no other intent or purpose than to give pleasure.

Thank you all for sharing with us - you have made a big difference in our lives.

Hugs from
Jack and Jill   


22 comments:

  1. Great post! and very well said :)

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  2. lLovely post,very well-stated. I completely agree, we learn and change and enjoy this community completely.

    (((hugs)))

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    1. Thank you June.
      We have discovered through domestic discipline a dept in our love for each other, we never thought possible.
      That's pretty amazing!

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  3. Thanks for sharing.... I'm sure a lot of us feel the same :)

    Callie

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    1. Thank you Callie!
      I can't help but smile when I read about how happy people are after finding DD!!
      This is one great community!

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    1. Thank you sweet Elle!
      I know that this is the answer to so many
      things - and even though we have our ups and downs -
      I can't imagine living any other way.
      (and I think you feel the same way too!) :0)

      Hugs

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  5. Such a lovely post, thank you for sharing. This dynamic is a constantly changing and evolving one as we grow and I feel as though we are constantly learning, from others and from our own mistakes and trial and error.

    I agree too, we learn alot from our fellow bloggers. This is such a wonderful supportive and encouraging community.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Dear Roz!
      Being part of such a great, caring community has really helped us find our way.
      All of you have played and do play a big part!
      It's nice to know there are others like us out there!!

      Hugs

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  6. Jill this is great, you are right in what you say.
    Its an evolving dynamic, we all do it a bit different, but we all have one important thing in common, we do it for the better of our relationships.
    Great post x

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    1. Dear MBC
      Thank you for being on the same journey.
      I was so impressed and inspired by your post
      about editing information.
      We really have to learn to trust our HoHs to make
      the right choices!
      Hugs
      Jack's Jill

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  7. Such a sweet post. This community never ceases to amaze me with how open they are in sharing their mistakes, and how others are there to offer a hand up in their time of need. You said it well ttwd is different for everyone. Our mistakes may never be your mistakes, but that doesn't take away from the learning process for the community as a whole. Often people read something in someone else's blog and it turns into great discussions with their own spouses.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend
    Willie

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    1. Thank you Willie
      You too.
      I don't know how we would have ever found our way without all you wonderful and generous people!
      I hope we all can "follow the yellow brick road" :0) together.

      (((hugs)))

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  8. What amazes me is how this dynamic evolves to fit. So for every couple it is a little different.

    This thing we do - has to be tailored to fit US. We all wear different sized shoes, and clothes, and we see nothing strange in that. So therefore although we are all striving to enhance our relationships using the same dynamic, we all use the dynamic differently. And surely this many people can't be wrong!

    I see lots of people on that yellow brick road. And just look how happy they all are!

    Many hugs, Ami

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    1. Dear Ami
      I so agree!
      Isn't it nice to know you're/we're not alone on this wonderful journey?!

      (((hugs)))

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  9. You two have come a long way in three months... and just imagine what the next 3 months, 6 months , and a year will bring :)
    I have enjoyed coming over and reading here often, and I'm sure I will be reading here long into the future. You are a wonderful part of this caring community.
    MrBBSpanker

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  10. Dear MrBBspanker
    Thank you so much!
    Your words mean so much!

    (((hugs)))

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  11. What a wonderful sentiment, may it all continue to grow and flourish!
    hugs
    lillie

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    1. Dear ians mrs.
      Thank you so much.
      I hope so too!

      Hugs

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  12. This was just lovely. Blogging is so helpful, both reading and writing. Good luck on your journey.

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    1. Thank you Zoe!
      You too!

      Hugs
      Jack's Jill

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