Erica Scott: Life, Love and Spanking

Ruminations, opinionated observations, darkly humorous blathering and the occasional rant from an outspoken spanko and unapologetic attention wh–, um, hog.



The picture above was taken from the car on the drive to Las Vegas a few years ago. And tomorrow morning, we will be on the same road.

I am so excited, and so nervous. This party feels different, because it is. I’m not the same person I was when I last attended. I took a year off parties, and thought for a very long time that I was completely done with the scene… and the scene was done with me. Now I’m coming back with a different perspective, having come full circle. Now, all I want is to see some dear old friends, meet some new ones, and have a few days of fun and play. I have no other expectations. Just a sense of gratitude that I’m being welcomed back, at least by some. And the others don’t matter.

So, it’s the usual whirlwind of preparation and checking off lists. And trying to finish work. And packing. And on and on it goes. As always, you’d think I was leaving for six months instead of 4 1/2 days. I’ll be bringing way too many clothing items — the advantage of driving instead of flying. So far, I managed not to get sick, or to cut my thumb open like I did the day before a few parties ago. (I did get Krazy Glue all over my fingers last night, but Google was helpful in solutions on how to get it off.) Also as always, I don’t think I’ll exhale until we’re in our hotel room. I mean, things happen. Once while on the 15, we noticed a few wisps of smoke passing through one area. Roughly 10-15 minutes after we passed it, that area exploded into a huge brush fire and the freeway was closed. These are the things I ponder before a Vegas trip.

A dear friend referred to this party as a homecoming of sorts for me, and that’s how I’m thinking of it. You can’t go home again, not to the home as it once was, but you can change your perspective and appreciate Home 2.0. Which is what I intend to do.

(deep breaths) See y’all on the flip side. To friends who are attending, see you SOON!

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14 thoughts on “Homecoming

  1. bklynny0856 on said:

    Have a wonderful time!


  2. Have a great time! Glad you were able to post this and that your fingers are not permanently crazy glued to your keyboard as you googled ways to get the glue off!!

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  3. Yes, I think that is the perfect way to think of it, as a homecoming. Remember to breathe, get some rest when you can, and enjoy yourself. So much love to you, my friend! ❤️


  4. See you soon! ❤


  5. bklynny — will do my best! Thanks.

    Pam — (snicker) Yeah, that’s something that could happen to me…

    Jay — I love you too! I wish you could be there with us.

    Zack — I can’t wait!!

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  6. Have fun.



  7. Anonymous on said:

    im looking forward to seeing your “flipped side” to !!! 😀



  8. Bob in Wisconsin on said:

    Home 2.0 is a good way to think of it, Erica. I’m quite sure that those friends and acquaintances who appreciate you for the person you are, and always have been, will be delighted to see you again. And any others, as you say, don’t matter anyway. I wish you a fun and carefree excursion!


  9. Anonymous on said:

    Just saw your pic on twitter , nice looking flip side there girl !

    Daddy Likes


  10. D — yup, you’ve seen it.

    Bob — it was amazing. I’m not sure when I’ll have the time to write a decent post about it, but it’s a priority.


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