Sunday, February 14, 2021

Spanko Brunch 2.0 #370

At this time last year, Valentine's Day was a time for love, dinner in a nice restaurant, shopping for new lingerie, perhaps a movie or theatre outing. What a difference a year makes. Our celebration will be a bit different from last year. How about you?

What are your plans for Valentine's Day? What will be different about them this year? Are spankings on the menu?

Please leave your response as a comment and I will publish an edited summary of our discussion once everyone has had a chance to speak.

From Hermione's Heart

13 comments:

Baxter said...

Despite the cold and snow, we will grill steaks or chops outback and have some wine or beer to enjoy the meal. In the past, we would do something like go out to dinner or buy a real nice box of candy. One time, we went into a drug store and looked at the cards. I picked one out and gave it to my wife who read it and gave it back. She did the same. No we did not buy the cards, we just lightly touched them. Probably a spankable offense. Being retired now, we enjoy each others company every day, so every day can be Valentine's Day for us.

Baxter

Roz said...

For us there are no restrictions this year. However we have never made a big deal of Valentine's day so this year won't be any different. We maybe share some chocolate and snuggle up for an evening in.

Hugs
Roz

Fred Bloggs said...

As a resident of 'Plague Island' (The UK) we are in lock down, so absolutely nothing is going to happed this year.

WendelJones said...

We go out for dinner on Valentine's Day. Most of the restaurants are now open for indoor dinning so much changed there. Since we are working from home I am planning to give the Misses a really good spanking when she wakes up to enjoy all morning while working. Then at lunch time I am going to paddle her until she cannot sit. She will remember me all day. Giggle.

BTW: Those cupcakes look delicious.

Wendel

Bonnie said...

Under the circumstances, COVID plus a winter storm, we will be staying home. As for additional spankings of a romantic sort, those are quite possible.

Bernie said...

I was reminded, yesterday, that we started our spanking relationship on a Valentine's Day 20-ish years ago. My sweetie also let me know that I should expect to be thoroughly reddened tomorrow. So, I'm looking forward to some wonderful recreational pain and discomfort.

Happy Valentine's Day to all of you.

Loki_Darksong said...

Personally my wife and I celebrate the Lupercalia. Mainly the traditional whipping given to women who wish to have luck in fertility and childbirth.

Nena said...

We're in lockdown, and we have a curfew from 21.00-4.30 which means we will be at home, and so will our teenagers, so nothing will happen here :(

ronnie said...

No restaurants in the UK are open as we are in lockdown, but even if they were, we do go don't go out to eat on Valentines. There is one thing that will be different this Valentine's Day, we are both going for our Covid jab.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Barrel said...

We never celebrate Valentine’s Day in any special way. We will take a long walk, chasing a little white ball. Spanking is on the menu today as we are building toward a session and my wife likes to get my mind prepared for those special events with little build up’s. She has been expecting me to lay out an implement, and today I shall.

Anonymous said...

I may be the downer here, but - nothing. I have always consider this is a day set aside for the exclusive benefit of the jewelry, florist, and restaurant associations. Same with Mother's Day.

Another day I avoid going out - New Year's Eve. Among my fellow daily practitioners, this day is known as "amateur night."

kdpierre said...

Rosa and I are hopelessly nontraditional. This is not to say we didn't have a very nice day together, but to put a finer point on it, Rosa challenged me over lunch to come up with a kind of alternate sentiment for her Facebook post today to contrast to the others out there. I suggested this: "Make romance a lifestyle, not a special occasion."

That pretty much sums us up. No Hallmark cards, no chocolate, roses, stuffed animals, balloons. Just a really nice day together and hopefully tomorrow is just as nice......or close. We also joked about being a real-life Morticia & Gomez.....only with the ethnicities reversed. LOL ;-)

SPANKEDHORTIC II said...

I am the Valentines Day Scrooge. I hate it and even in a normal year, refuse to celebrate it. So Covid has made absolutely no difference to me over this one event. Pity about all the other events it has ruined but for this one day the lurgy cannot get to me.

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