There's a new year coming up - and this old girl is going to try to get my husband, I'll call him Tom, convinced that enemas can be fun. I thought about starting a blog - but they don't give me the feed back that I am going to need to hear when I start this.
We got the news Wednesday - before Christmas Eve, that Tom is going to have a round of chemo beause of those polyps they found. This isn't our first rodeo with this - we hate the fuck out of cancer, pardon my French, but I really hate cancer with a purple passion. We haven't told the kids - and grandkids yet, and we ain't really tuned up for another round. We thought we had kicked it - probably have, but the polyps were precancerous and so we elected to go with chemo to get the jump on it.
That's not the point - not why I am writing this, this old girl got turned on to something that I want to follow through with. I want to take my husband with me - there are things I want to do that need someone that isn't just part time. I saw how really important it is - for me to write about this here, I can get some feed back, and this part of the forums on 'How to get her/him to share the joys of enemas' is the place for me to start. Like I said in another place - I think it will be easier for me, as his wife, a woman, to get him to help me with them and maybe get turned on a little or a lot.
The chemo coming up - it hit Tom hard the last time, but he had cancer to deal with that had been there for awhile. It was hard on his system - and looking back maybe a good old fashioned enema would have helped him out a few times. That's where I come in - maybe if I can get him to give me enemas he will be more likely to either take them or let me give him some to 'help' him. 3😃 Yep - that's my story and I'm sticking to it.