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So there's this girl in my creative writing class. Name's Emily. Very cute. Button nose. Peppy in an honest and talkative way. We sit together in class and she seemed very interested in getting to know me.
T'other day Lora and I were sitting in the waiting room at the Dean's office to get her schedual for next semester. (YAY! Lora is going to school with me!!!) Up walks Emily. We say hi, I introduce Lora as my girlfriend, she comments on how cute of a couple we make, I reply with my standard reply given to straight girls who make that comment, "Yeah, (pokes lora.) You should get you one."
"I had one," she replies back, "but she moved away."
"No boyfriend?" Lora asks in her such-a-lesbian way.
"No, boys are ICKY!!!"
I think Lora and me both fell in love with her when the word "icky" left her lips. So we took her to lunch. (BWAHAHAHAHA!) We ate at Kellie's.
She told us that she was from Normal, Illinois (She added that she was ANYTHING but "normal" with a laugh, which I guess is a popular joke in Normal, IL.) and that she was staying in a campus apartment with two other girls. She marveled at the meal and commented that due to her financial status she had eaten more peanut butter since last September than in her entire life up to that point.
She was very friendly and personable. Also, like most girls from small towns, she seemed to be a little too trusting. She talked and talked and didn't hold anything back. It was like she was lonely and felt comfortable enough with us to let all her built up fears go. (Later we found out that THAT was just how she had felt that first day.)
Okay, being honest I'll say right away that Lora and I talked about Emily that first night and most of the talk was fantasy stuff about moving her in with us and having GLORIOUS three-way lesbian sex. We were both THAT attracted to her. Not only because she was as cute as a little bunny rabbit and crinkles her nose up like one when she laughs, but because of the person that she is.
The wonderful and amazing person that she is!
The next day I invited her to dinner. And everyday after that we three were together. It was a very special bonding time and Lora and I talked about Emily often when she wasn't around. Neither of us were feeling any jealousy towards Emily or each other, rather we felt like we were even MORE complete than we had been before. Whenever the three of us were out together we talked like we were a threesome. It was feeling pretty natural. (As natural as un-natural things can be.)
So, on her very first time sleeping over, and after several glasses of rum and coke, I cornered her outside late at night after taking the trash out in a little dark corner on the side of the house and kissed her. (I was CHOSEN to make this first move because I'm more open sexually than Lora and she would have chickened out.) Emily kissed back VIGOROUSLY, and was actually the first to introduce tongue into the kiss.
Then I asked her point blank if she wanted to move in with us.
Lora and I spent the rest of the night explaining to her our feelings, that we weren't totally sure where we would end up if she moved in or even if it would happen at all, but we wanted to try it and see. By the end of the night Emily was completely into the ideal (YAY for BOOZE!) and the three of us fell drunkingly asleep on a pallet on the living room floor.
That was a week ago. Since then Emily has moved into the bedroom across the hall from us. (It was dead grandma's room but she hasn't used it since she, y'know...died.) We haven't had any GLORIOUS hot lesbian sex with her YET because we all agree that this isn't something we're going to rush in to any faster than we already are, but if the three of us all feel it then the relationship WILL progress to it's intended destination.
So this is why I haven't been online. New relationships take a lot of time. The discovery of all the new things you learn about one another. Fresh thoughts and ideals you get to share. Learning the noises they make and memorizing their smell.
Emily has a little dark streak within her that I'm finding a thrilling thing to play with and encourage. (Thus the nickname, Emily Graves.) Lora's made me promise not to corrupt her completely but seeing how nothing I've shown her on my comp has discusted her yet I really don't think I'll have too much work to do in the corruption process. I'll have her blogging soon!
She's a great kisser and I honestly believe one of the funnest things the three of us have done is laying together in bed discussing where our ticklish spots and eroginous zones are.
More later. *beep*
Sara Jane Poe
hair; chestnut brown
fave song; Sarah Mclachlan's "Full Of Grace"
fave color; black
fave food; pizza
fave tv show; Buffy the Vampire Slayer
fave book; Stephen King's "Bag Of Bones"
fave movie; Interview With The Vampire
Lorabelle Tempest Riley
hgt; 5'1 1/2
fave song; The Sunday's "Wild Horses"
fave color; blue
fave food; Taco Bell
fave tv show; Buffy the Vampire Slayer
fave book; Stephen King's "Hearts In Atlantis"
fave movie; Empire Records
Emily Greta Ellison
hair; dark brown
fave song; "Strawberry Wine"
fave color; blue
fave food; Cookie dough ice cream from DQ
fave tv show; It's Buffy NOW! (Was Sailor Moon, which is cool, too.)
fave book; The Harry Potter series
fave movie; The `burbs