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Seeing as how neither of us had taken showers since, I assumed, the day of the plane ‘incident,’ I made sure that I didn’t take up too much hot water with my shower. Ashley was on her cell when I emerged from the bathroom, clad only in a small hotel towel. Her face immediately lit up into a half-smile, half-smirk and she walked over to me, still on the phone.
“Yeah, she’s right here… alright, hold on,” she said, before handing the phone over to me. “It’s Michelle.”
“Hey,” I greeted. But almost as soon as I had spoken, a pair of lips latched on to my neck, followed by a thirsty tongue and a firm but gentle arm wrapped around my waist from behind.
“Hey Spencer. How are you feeling?” Michelle asked. I opened my mouth to speak but the sucking Ashley had assumed turned my words into a quiet moan. “Uh… what was that?” I laughed and tried to get free from Ashley’s hold.
“Nothing, sorry,” I giggled. “I’m feeling a lot-“ But I cut myself off again with another moan, as Ashley began licking the remaining shower water off my neck and shoulder.
“Okay, what’s going on?”
“Sorry, hold on one sec,” I told her. I then put my hand over the receiver. “Ashley!”
“What?” Ashley asked, feigning innocence.
“5 minutes, okay?” She made a fake pout but backed off a little, after I gave her a kiss on the forehead. She then disappeared into the bathroom, presumably to take a shower.
“Hey, sorry about that. Ashley was being… well, Ashley.”
“Ew, I don’t even want to know,” she joked. “So I’m guessing you were going to say you were feeling a lot better?”
“Yeah, I am. Thanks. Hey Michelle, I’m really sorry I snapped at you a few days ago. I was just having a crappy day.”
“Don’t even worry about it. I barely remember. But I’m sure I was being too pushy for my own good,” she replied. “Anyway… a little bird with a big attitude told me that you’re moving to L.A.”
“Yup! I am,” I said happily.
“Awesome! Is this, like, permanent?”
“I think so, yeah.”
“When are you moving?”
“I don’t have a set date just yet, but probably in a month or two. I have a few things I need to finish up at work, and I… well, I might need to find an apartment and all that.”