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Tina slid unenthusiastically out of the warm embrace of the still slumbering brunette, being careful not to wake her and crept quietly to the bathroom. She peed and brushed her teeth and tiptoed to the closet to change into the running clothes she had set out the night before.
Call time for her crew wasn’t until 11am so Tina had sent an email calling all of the writers in for a meeting with her at 10. That gave her plenty of time for a run before she had to get ready.
When she came out she smiled softly at the sleeping beauty, her curls now covering her eyes as her upper body clung to the pillow Tina had recently vacated. So damn adorable.
She rummaged quietly through her purse to get her EarPods and the Fitbit tracker. She had a small smirk on her lips as she rolled her eyes at the strong back of the gorgeous brunette. She could keep tracking her, but this damn pink Fitbit would have to go soon. It looked stupid with her Apple Watch.
She put the tracker on her wrist and was about to walk out of the bedroom when she had a thought. She crept over to the bedside table and put Bette’s phone on silent. She stepped back into the bathroom and shut the door softly, pulling out her phone and leaning against the vanity.
It took her a few minutes to get it right but she was pleased with the message she had prepared. Tina didn’t know the first thing about poetry, but she didn’t think that her girlfriend had any expectations that she did.
She came out a few minutes later and scrolled to the B’s in her phone, found the contact she was looking for and sent her first ever text to Bette Porter. Then she added her to her favorites list with a little heart next to her name.
She saw the text go through and turned the beautiful brunette’s ringer back on. Satisfied she silently left the bedroom and headed out for her run.
The morning fog hugged the shoreline; the ocean a calm cobalt blue as she stretched on the wooden deck above the stairs that wound in angles down to the beach.