One week ago, Halloween night, was not so great around our house. It started off fun, getting the kids all dressed up in their costumes and feeding off of their excitement about going out to collect candy from all of the neighbors. It was a cool evening, so we pulled out the fire pit to the front of the house and had a nice blaze going with some friends over to keep that going as well as hand out our own candy while Angel and I were gone with the boys.
Everything was going fine until the third house that we went to, maybe 100 yards from our own driveway. Angel was walking back down the neighbor’s front hill towards the street, lost her footing and slipped down the hill, breaking her left leg and dislocating the ankle in the process. Thankfully a police car just happened to be cruising down our street within minutes of the accident, so we managed to flag them down for help and they were able to get an ambulance very quickly as well.
The kids of course were very scared and distraught that mommy wouldn’t be able to keep walking around the neighborhood with them, so it pretty much put a huge damper on the whole evening for everyone.
In the ER, Angel was fixed up as much as they could do at the time and sent home on crutches. The following day at a follow-up visit she learned that she was going to have to have a little surgery on it since ligaments on both sides of the angle were also torn. That was scheduled and happened without any further complications on Friday.
What does that mean for me? Well, I’m going to have a VERY busy 8-12 weeks! It has already been very hectic trying to keep up with keeping a 6 & 3 year old in line and off to school/baby-sitters, and all other evening activities they have going on, while also caring for Angel at the same time. Thankfully we do both have family in the immediate area so they have been a big help when they can, but of course everyone’s time is still limited so it still falls mostly on us to figure out some new routines until Angel is back on her feet.
Looking back through my Current Status page, I have hit 6 months of a chastity period before, but by this point I had at least been let out for about 3 quick orgasms at different times. Now, looking at the possibility of at least 6 months with NO orgasms, I’m kind of looking forward to seeing what that first one might feel like after that much time to “build up!”
Only time will tell, and I just pray that everything heals well and Angel doesn’t end up having problems with that ankle for the rest of her life. I will keep doing my part to keep her as comfortable as possible, and not worry at all about when she might get back to being a “key-holder” again. We’ll get back into the swing of things in due time and it will still be completely up to her on when I am to be released. The part I miss the most through all of this is being able to give ANGEL a good orgasm; I truly don’t even care when MY next one might be!