During my youth, rainy weather was the worst, especially when it struck, and I couldn’t escape to a dry patch. However, just before heading to college, I became a PADI certified scuba diver, forever altering my opinion of storms. After spending time submerged in lakes or the ocean, getting drenched no longer had the same effect on me. Now I can stand in the downpour and the constant patter of raindrops is hypnotic and utterly soothing. That said, I can understand why people prefer to either stay indoors or use an umbrella as they endeavor to remain dry.
For my final micro-tale for April, I wanted to return to Aiden’s story. During the last tale, Aiden summoned up the courage to ask his crush out on a date, despite their poor first evening together. Feel free to check out Tea Time before you delve into Aiden’s recent escapade.
Come, sit down and allow me to give you a mini-escape and kindle your imagination.
“How have your lessons with Arlen been going?”
Aiden shook his head as he spun Ramona around. “How’d you find out about those extra sessions?”
“Are these private lectures a secret?” Ramona dragged her thumb across her lips as she batted her eyes.
With a warm smile, Aiden reached out and stroked Ramona’s cheek. “Not really, I just wasn’t expecting the topic during our date?”
“So far, tonight’s been more pleasurable than your previous attempt.” With flushing cheeks, Ramona pressed her back against the door’s bar as she sucked her lips. “However, there’s still an opportunity for that to change.”
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