"... when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible."
-- When Harry met Sally

"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed."
-- Carl Jung

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Morning routine: the daily 10 (E)

Artwork courtesy of Haru Kano

On work days:

1- The alarm wakes me up first.

2- I prepare her coffee and bring it her bedside.

3- I gently wake up my Goddess and hand her the coffee.

4- I turn on the TV to her favorite morning show.

5- I sit on the floor, light her cigarette, and hold her ashtray while she is enjoying her coffee in bed.

6- Once she is done, I prepare her bath and get the water going to fill up the tub.

7- While the tub is filling, I return and spend a few minutes kissing her feet.

8- I test the water, turn it off when it is just right, and return to let her know.

9- I take her hand and help her out of bed and follow her to the bathtub.

10- Finally, I ask her if there's anything else I can do for her... there may be a request for ironing or preparing her clothes if she has anything in mind.

After I drop her off at work, if I don't have to be at work immediately, I may take care of pressing errands, or things that I know she may be too tired to do together after work.

That is the start of the day for us, every day. On non-working days, the routine is pretty similar, except that I wait until she wakes up on her own and is ready for her coffee.

The perfect start to the day for us, each and everyday...


  1. Isn't it a great feeling when for some part of the day, everything you do it for her? Like sitting on the toilet seat to warm it up for her. Toweling her dry after her shower. Putting on her socks and shoes.

    If only most men understood how wonderful it is to serve a woman.

  2. Welcome to our blog, KW.

    Yes indeed, it's a great to be serving her. We never do things so well as when we do them with a sense of purpose. And is there any higher purpose than to serve the One in our lives?

    We don't have the toilet seat thing in our routine, though...

    Thanks for dropping by.