Love Out Of Lust Series

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Saturday's AfterDark Moments - 02/08/2014 - Finding Something To Do

Hiyadoin? Sorry that I was late. When you work nights, you need all the sleep possible. 
Anyways, it's time for another segment of Saturday's AfterDark Moments, where
writers define their AfterDark Moment in words between 100 - 500 words.

I have a nice romantic piece for you, regarding about Darla and Tyler.
Check it out.

Darla laid with Tyler on the floor, after have the most mind-blowing sex on a Saturday afternoon. They laid together, in silence, side-by-side, with his legs entwined with hers, while the gentle cool breeze set in through their bedroom window.

It was a wonderful, yet boring Saturday, where they couldn’t think of anything better to do but eat, sleep, and fuck, but they didn’t want to waste their Saturday not doing anything. The two wanted to get out there and enjoy what’s left of their weekend, but where could they go for excitement. Both Tyler and Darla weren’t in the mood for dancing, but Darla wasn’t in the mood to be in the city.

“So Darla,” Tyler turned to her. “Are you up for a road trip? Maybe go to a resort, and stay in a hot tub?”

It’s been a long time since I’ve been in a hot tub.” She grinned. “It’s too bad that it’s March; we could go to the beach or something.”

“Why don’t we go for a picnic at the beach and get some fresh air? When was the last time we’ve ever done something like that together?”

Darla paused when she gave some thought. Everything that they’ve done together wasn’t always at the beach. Perhaps, doing something might be right for a change.

“You know, let go camping together. We can grab some sleeping bags, have a campfire and maybe…” she spoke seductively, giving a wicked grin, “do more of what we did earlier.”

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  1. Romantically written moment Ray. Excellent

  2. A good romantic suggestion shared for a couple who might have exhausted their entertainment, but I'm sure if they go to the beach, they'll see more than the overhead stars shing down on them.