Wet and Windy
It was a cold winters night, the wind was howling through the trees and the rain was coming down like stair rods but, that didn’t stop me, I had plans to meet my boyfriend.
We had been seeing each other for months and would meet up as often as we could, both still living at home it didn’t leave us many options to spend quality time together but, just being together was great and mischievous.
Off down the road I went with my umbrella firmly positioned against the wind and the rain, we were meeting up with some friend in a café bar that stayed open late. I had been walking for some 15 minutes when I turned the corner and the blue haze from the neon sign shone through the blanket of rain, a sigh of relief came over me, just a few more steps to go.
The Café was small and dingy at best but it was the only place where we could all sit, chat and pass the time over a bowl of chips and a hot chocolate with cream on top, anyway they always played good music. As I opened the door the door bell announced my arrival and I could see everyone had arrived through all the hoards of people, it was very busy this night. They had chosen the benches tucked away in the corner, my favourite table. I was drenched but happy to be meeting up with David (my boyfriend), Gemma and Davids friend John.
David met me with a kiss and helped climb over the bench seating as I said hello to Gemma and John, David ordered me a hot chocolate to warm me up. Gemma and John were completely smitten with each other, they were completely lost in laughter and giggling like small children with many kisses happening and a lot of fumbling going on under the table lol, thats what happened back then.
David and I had lots to talk about so it wasn’t a problem to us even though we had all arranged for a night out together, they didn’t have a lot of time together and we understood that. Time was ticking on and the longer we sat close to each other the harder it was to keep our hands off each one another, it was always like that with us, definitely a chemistry thing going on.
It was time for Gemma and John to leave, we said our goodbyes and ten minutes later David looked at me and said “do I want to go somewhere else?” I knew exactly what that meant and replied “yes but it’s still raining,” “come on it will be fun” he said, “I know a place we can go” I agreed, after all we had been warming up to this point all night with a few cheeky fumbles here and there ourselves.