She Loves Me

I stepped out of the shower, and she wasn’t there. Still dripping wet, I grabbed my robe, and went searching. The house was silent and still—I knew we must be alone. I found her in the kitchen. She had been waiting for me.  I rushed to her, picked her up in my arms, and wiped the slightest smudge of jam from her beautiful face.

She was cold to the touch, but soon, I would remedy that. I thought about doing it right there in the kitchen, but I knew a better place, a  private place, one in which we wouldn’t be disturbed. I carried her gingerly through the house, past the dining room, where we had done it once or twice before;  past the living room, where the sofa was in the way the last time, and I even thought about stopping in the hallway, just for a quickie, but it was in the bedroom where we have had the most fun.

She didn’t speak, she didn’t have to, I could see it in her eye—she wanted this as much as I did. I gave her a gentle kiss, and placed her body, ever so delicate, on the floor. My body shivered in anticipation at what was about to happen. I dropped my robe and mounted her, and I could feel the warmth from my body enter hers. I waited for a moment before I looked at her, and before I knew it—it was over.

As she spoke to me with lust still in her eye I let out a scream of ecstasy and delight. “Yes, yes, yes!” I knew then that things between us would never be the same. I knew  that she loved me. On this day, she proved that love by telling me what I had longed to hear—you are you now 220 lbs.

I love my scale.

Terry Elkins (whyguy)

Update: I’ve now down to 168  lbs, and only 8 lbs from my goal.  She still loves me. And I’m still loving Atkins.

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20 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mel
    Mar 26, 2009 @ 16:52:27

    Terry, without you my life would be so dull

    mel

    Reply

    • whyguy
      Mar 27, 2009 @ 02:56:58

      Mel, I’m glad I can bring a little laughter into your day. By the way, have you thought about writing something for my blog as a guest writer. You write so well, and are full of wisdom and inspiration, so, if you would like to write something I’d be honored to have you as a guest writer. Think about it.

      Reply

  2. DeeL
    Mar 26, 2009 @ 14:31:48

    This story cracks me up! It gets out dirty minds hooked! 😉

    It also shows so vividly your skill as a writer, Terry 🙂

    Please, go on writing, go on posting and forever provoking that imagination and wisdom within us all. 🙂

    Reply

  3. Esiole
    Mar 26, 2009 @ 04:09:26

    Thought you’d turned your blog into something R rated for a minute but I read on knowing that there would be some funny twist.
    I say YAY for Atkins and well done for your great progress!
    Keep up the great work 🙂

    Reply

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