He's very hot stuff, really. Okay, so I only know his first name (Ben) -- and I only met him a few hours ago.
So what if he was kissing me like mad? (And I do mean like mad.)
So what if he was embracing me and almost lifting me off the floor? (Yes, he's a tall guy. I like that.)
Hugs are a good thing, right?
Okay, so what if it went farther than that and he was even trying to lift my shirt off (???) at one point?
No -- I didn't let it go beyond that. And he was a gentleman and didn't press it. (Yes, he could have, had he wanted to. His arms are like tree trunks. He may have the most muscular arms I've ever had wrapped around me, frankly!)
Anyway, he'll be back tomorrow with his crew of men to work on our front flower beds (that run the length of the house), the walk leading up from the sidewalk and the front porch. (He has his own business and has actually been doing a ton of jobs around our neighborhood.)
By the way, he knocked $500 off the job -- "Just for you." (This said in a very sexy voice. Whew.)
When I told my neighbor-and-friend June about all this she quipped, "Were you wearing your new bra?" (Marilyn loved that! "Good one, June," was what she said when I shared with her...)
What I was wearing was a deep pink tee -- and my face was almost the same rosy color. I'm frankly torn between flattery and embarrassment. (Considering he's right around 15 years my junior...)
You know, life is always throwing surprises our way!
ETA: He phoned tonight to apologize. Obviously he was worried I might be upset... But then he wanted to come over here! (My friend June had predicted he'd try to drop by! I had to phone her and tell her how right she was!) I nixed that, though... (smile)
S-E-X? Or Romance? (grin)
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