April 30, 2020 at 12:49 pm #352320
A little update just to tell that we fix our re re match for the saturday 9th may and so we’ll know who will do the chores for the rest of the year. Hubby decided to train alone exept for the morning jog. It’s ok it let me more time for my yoga and my others stuff. 🙂 I want to get that free time so I will try my best to keep him “punished”
I feel strong and in good shape so I am still confident. Hubby seems nervous. I know he hates doing chores so it’ll be intense for sure :p.
I did tease him a bit telling him to be prepared because this time I won’t have any mercy for him and that he can always surrender now and do the chores if he prefer :p . He smiled but said nothing than “let’s see”. I want him to stay motivate and in a positive attitude. I’m already proud of his progress in fitness, for the chores and for his general attitude 🙂 He is now a lot more gentle and he cares more of what I do or feel.
Today practice 🙂
Wish me good luck 😉April 30, 2020 at 12:58 pm #352326
Your post here brought the first smile of the day to my face. You are doing very well keeping your husband motivated and in a positive attitude. He is fortunate to have you as his wife!
May 9 is the day then. What is the link you attached above?
anitaApril 30, 2020 at 1:09 pm #352330
it is my practice I didn’t find how to directly post a video 😉April 30, 2020 at 1:24 pm #352336
I would love to watch a video of your practice, but I don’t open links here, on this website, as a rule. Thank you though!
anitaMay 19, 2020 at 10:33 am #355918
Ladies and gentlemen I am proud to announce you that the final battle between the soldier and the ballerina has happened :p
But before that, we have a friend that did came to take a coffeee few days ago. She was surprised to see hubby doing the chores (she know him, she is a common friend) so i explain her what did happen. No need to say she was very amused by the situation. I thought that hubby would congratulate me or at least admiting I did surprised him but he just pretend he did let me win and just be a sore looser… 🙁 I gently tease him and, because our friend is a martial artist (black belt in bjj) she wants to make the referee.
Hubby didn’t see that coming, he is now hoisted in his own petard…
So few days later our friend is here, everything is prepared so let’s go!
So we started by holding each others GI. I realized that he has improve a lot and he seems so concentrate. Quickly he managed to make me loose my balance!May 19, 2020 at 10:34 am #355920
Hubby was over exciting and see himself already winning. He tried to pin me down but didn’t exept me to catch his head 🙂
and he tapout 🙂
He get up and go for the round 2. This time I quickly thrown him and pin him down
I count to 5 and win the second one.
No need to lie at that moment I felt pretty confident to make him doing the chores 🙂
On the 3rd round I throw him and put him in an armbar. Because I know he is not flexible at all I didnt bend it too much…
He said we are not finished yet… I have seen how tired he was so I knew at that time I did win 🙂 but ok .
After crochting his leg I got his back. He was so lost :p
While I was choking him I did tease him a bit whispering at his ear that it is time now to accept his defeat
And he did. I congratz him and and stop teasing him. He was not mad but felt a bit embarassed so i didnt tease him too much. Our friend did not laugh too much she saw that he has been affected… He then leave a bit moody. We havne’t talk about it yet.May 19, 2020 at 10:48 am #355962
It is amazing to me that you posted today: a few hours ago I thought about you, thinking that I may never read from you again, and .. what a delightful surprise and good news: the ballerina defeated the soldier once again! Congratulations, excellent photos, what a treat for me!
You look beautiful, the two of you are a good looking couple, he definitely should be doing the chores for a long, long.. long time. Following his initial (and temporary) advantage, it was downhill for him the rest of the way, ending with his unquestionable defeat.
Thank you for this delightful post plus photos, a much needed uplift in these pandemic times!