I love the “unconventional” life Nick and I lead. I love submitting to him and nothing makes me happier than serving him in and out of the bedroom. The only thing that would make me happier is the ability to share the real reason for my happiness with my closest friends.
That has been the hardest part of this lifestyle Nick and I have chosen. Not knowing who is safe to tell. Living life hiding the greatest part of who we are is not how I want to live my life. The problem is we don’t know who we can trust. Who will keep our secret? What if they tell the wrong person and then Nick and I are faced with our worst fears, our children being taken away from us.
We have friends that we think we could trust, but what happens when they aren’t as understanding as we think? What happens if we lose lifelong friends because of this? I know I shouldn’t worry about what others would think. I should have the mindset of if they don’t like me for who I am they don’t deserve to be part of my life, but these are friends Nick and I have had since childhood. Friends that we consider family. We aren’t willing to lose these friends, but they are the only ones we would even consider telling because of the tight bond we share with them.
So, for now we share our life together, under false names of course, with random people on the internet who are kind enough to take the time to read this blog and follow us on Twitter. We would like thank you dear random people on the internet. You have no idea how much it means to us that you are here sharing the experience with us. We don’t know what we would do without this wonderful outlet to share our happiness.