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Re: When he's good he's very very good. Dinah

Posted by floatingbridge on September 17, 2011, at 13:52:53

In reply to Re: When he's good he's very very good., posted by Dinah on September 17, 2011, at 13:20:23

> > I'm thinking now, wow. He must really trust you.
> In what way? Not to pelt him with balls? :)

Heck, they are only nerf balls. He was a boy once. I imagined he tried throwing just about every object he could lift at one time or another. So what's a nerf ball compared to that?

(I love the image, btw.)

> He was overly careful with me when I first came back.
Defensive and full of excuses for anything he thought might offend me even when it didn't in any way offend me. I'm glad that's worn off. It's a bit tiring.

Well, that's to be expected, I imagine. His avoiding p*ssing you off, plus, maybe he was deeply embarrassed and remorseful. But he reset, yes? And did not hold it against you that you saw and acted upon his deficiency.

I would imagine it would be tiring. Like, okay already, you won't flippin' break me if you use your regular voice or something.

> I *think* I sound more confrontational in my recaps on Babble than I am in real life. Not so much in content but in style. My style with him, which I sometimes perceive as ridiculous and embarrassing, is that of well loved daughter to well loved parent. I think he's gotten used to it now, and so
he likely doesn't consider it ridiculous.

> I hope.

Probably not. He might not even see it that way, unless this is something else you two have discusssed frankly. Frankness seems to figure large in your sessions if I am reading your posts correctly.

I dig a pony.




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