Joy stared shyly at the beautiful emerald green two-piece bathing suit in the antique cherry mirror standing in a corner of her bedroom. As she had never worn anything but a modest one-piece suit, she was quite startled by the image she saw in the mirror. The woman in the mirror was sexy; all legs and curves in just the right places. Her hands drifted down to touch the embroidered silky green material, and was surprised to meet the hands of her husband, Daniel.
Her eyes met his in the mirror with a blush on her cheeks. She felt goose bumps spread across her flesh from the warmth of Daniel’s skin as his hand slipped inside the waistband of her bottoms, and as his other hand came up to gently cup her breast.
“Joy, I am so glad to see you wearing the suit I got for you. It shows off that absolutely fabulous body of yours, as well as your beautiful green eyes.”
Unable to break the eye contact, but feeling her whole body blush with the praise, Joy covered Daniel’s hand with her own and leaned back into Daniel’s hard body. The electricity bounced between their bodies and heated their flesh. Just as Daniel leaned into Joy to press his near-erection into her backside, into the room burst their four-year-old son, Ben.
“Mommy, Daddy, when can we go? I want to go swim.” His exuberance was over-flowing as he ran around his rapidly separating parents. “Mommy, you look pretty; I can see your tummy.” He stated matter-of-factly as he buzzed back out of the room.
Joy looked to Daniel from behind a curtain of long blonde hair. “I guess I’ll get the rest of our stuff together so we can get going.” As she said this, she slipped on a modest cover-up.
Daniel lightly grabbed Joy around the waist, giving her a kiss on the neck. “Don’t think I am going to forget about this; after Ben goes to bed tonight, I want to pick up where we have left off.”
Biting her lower lip as she leaned against his hard body, “I think that is something we can definitely put on the to do list.”
Chuckling against the back of her head, “oh yeah, we are definitely on the ‘do’ list.”