I’ll be back in mid-June.
“Kate” will continue to appear on consecutive Fridays when this blog resumes in mid-June.
Part 3: Frances and Ben
Part 4: Coda
By Joe “Bondi” Beach
Part 2: The Joys of Sunscreen
“Don’t even think about putting this goopy thing anywhere inside me, pal.”
Kate softened her warning by continuing to stroke me. It was partly her fault, anyway. We had applied sunscreen thoroughly to each other, all over, I was fully erect and dripping with the stuff, and Kate’s nipples were standing straight up.
“But I’d really like you to come on my boobs, can you do that?”
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CABO SAN LUCAS
By Holly Rennick
Copyright© 2005 by Holly Rennick
Posted with permission.
Rent a condo in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California. Check out the shops. Eat seafood. Golf, if you must. Snorkel. Buy a fun swimsuit. Take your kids. Watch the sunsets. Take beach blankets.
This version is again yet another re-write of a re-write. Same plot. To see a Cabo sunset, go here.
As my story refers to the movie “From Here to Eternity” (1953), I’ve posted a frame of Deborah Kerr seducing Burt Lancaster here. The movie garnered eight Oscars.
CABO SAN LUCAS
I’d promised the twins that they could choose. Were vacation left to me, we’d do Disney World again, as I’d really had fun when Jeanie and Curtis were about twelve. They’d loved it, too, of course, but kids get older. Come September, they’d be in college.
“We could do Yellowstone,” I suggested. I’d been doing a bit of reading, actually. The emphasis these days is on sustainability, really a good idea, I believe. Maybe we’d see some endangered species!
“You said we get to choose, Mom,” Jeanie pointedly reminded. “I’m thinking further south.”
I consulted my reference. “Grand Canyon.” There’d be more of a geological emphasis, also those informative talks by the rangers. Plus I’ve never ridden a mule.
“Naah. Further south.”
Southward, “America’s Treasures: Her National Parks” only went to scenes of cactus.
When Jeanie nominated Cabo San Lucas, I needed a map. “It’s not even in America.”
From Men’s Health, June 2013 issue, illustrating an item on orgasms (she didn’t have one) in the “Girl Next Door” column.
On the other hand, it also illustrated an article on stomach viruses in the November 2012 issue of Flare.