Our Relationship- first paragraph same each post:
As of 4/7/14, my relationship with my Wife of 16 years, changed from me being naturally submissive to Her to one where we now live fulltime in a “Wife Led Marriage” (WLM) relationship. She is now in total control of all financial, life and daily decisions. She is recognized as the unquestioned authority of our marriage and my life. My role is to be the “sh” to Her “MD”. “sh” is Her way of reminding me that i am Her “sissy”, “submissive”, “servant” and “slave” husband. The MD is “Masteress D (Her name)” or “My Domme”.
Learning to Follow:
It has been a month today since MD and i committed to a full time Wife Led Marriage. It has definitely been a learning experience. As with any new adventure, there have been a few ups and downs, but it has also been one of the best months of my life. MD asked me a couple of nights ago if i saw this as some kind of game we were playing or has the reality set in that this was the new us. i don’t see our new relationship as something we are “playing at” but it is still a hard to grasp the fact that MD is now in total control of my life. We discussed that even though MD was my Masteress, She was also my wife, my best friend and my lover. Some days MD may be stricter with me as my Domme and some days She may be more lenient depending on how She is relating to me at that time. My role is to respond to Her as She leads me. In my mind i equate it to dancing (which i suck at!) Her responsibility is to lead, mine is to follow. Sometimes the steps may be precise and sometimes the movement may be more free flowing. My role is not to set the pace or style, mine is to follow MD’s lead. i love where we are headed and i will clumsily follow where She leads us.
Your “dancing” metaphor not only raises a beautiful “(w)holo-graphic” image, it is also accurate. But take it further, In dancing, she’d guide you with a hand in the small of your back. Here, it is in a myriad of ways (instructions, commands, looks, signals, attitude, actions, behavior, writing, etc. etc. “guiding” all of you through small steps, sliding, twirling,swiveling, changing pace so you have to keep up, at times far, at times near, fast slow, upside down, etc. but always with an eye fixed steadily on you and how you are following — whether she needs to do more to help you or you need to up your steps to keep up the momentum and pace.