This Is Missing My Boy

My Boy is out tonight and I miss him so much.

The odd thing is that I don’t really want him to be here. I know where he is and what he’s doing tonight. I know how much he’s enjoying himself and I am so happy for him. No, I don’t want him anywhere but where he is.
If (and this is about to get slightly fanciful) a fairy appeared and offered to wave a magic wand and have him spirited back here this second, I’d say “No thank you”. In fact, quite honestly, right now I’d probably wish for him to be out again tomorrow to do the same things again (which would need to be worded very carefully to avoid some kind of time loop paradox).

None of which sounds like missing him at all.

But despite all that, I’m acutely aware of the Mat shaped place in my heart which he fills. I’m thinking of all the wonderful ways he makes me happy. I’m thinking, in fact, about how I need him. Somewhere inside my head, I’m curled up, held tightly in his arms and neither of us are letting go.
I miss him.

I miss him so much it hurts but I’m so happy tonight that I can.

Author: Caitlin

Geeky, kinky and poly. Discovering my Domme side. Sometimes NSFW and 18+.

2 thoughts on “This Is Missing My Boy”

  1. Awww. And yes, when rubbing a genie to get the bottle out of him, it’s important to remember that one of the “three wishes” should always be to have another three wishes. Something along the lines of :

    Sub WishGranting
       Dim intLoopCounter as int
       intLoopCounter = 0
       Do While intLoopCounter <4
          intLoopCounter = intLoopCounter +1
          If intLoopCounter = 2 Then
             Msgbox "You have " & 3-intLoopCounter & "wishes left. Proceed."
          Else
             Msgbox "WARNING You have only 1 wish left. Use wisely."
          End If
          If procAskedForThreeMoreWishes = True Then
             intLoopCounter = intLoopCounter -3
          End If
       End While
       Msgbox "You have no wishes left. You suck at wishing."
    End Sub

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