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The White House
The Private Residency of the President
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
District Of Columbia
“Baby?” Tina said looking at Bette as she brewed coffee for them both,
“Mmm,” Bette was sat at the kitchen table, eating her toast and reading a report.
“How would you feel about getting married at home?”
“You want to get married here?”
“No baby, I want to get married in New Hampshire.”
Bette looked up and smiled.
“You see Black Water as home?”
“Of Course I do. It’s our home,” Tina smiled as she poured them both a freshly brewed coffee.
“You want to get married there?”
“Yeah, a quiet wedding, just us, our friends. I want to be your wife B,” Tina said as she put the cup down in front of Bette.
Bette took her hand and stopped her walking away.
“Is that what you really want?” Bette asked.
“It is,” Tina said honestly.
Bette smiled softly.
“Then we will get married at the house then,”
“Can we set a date?”
“We will have to check my calendar,” Bette admitted. “I don’t want to end up double booked.”
“Find me a date B, that’s all I ask.”
“I will, you’re very important to me babe,”
“I’m glad to hear it.” Tina grinned.
“Good, We will do this,”
“I want to be married before we have children,”
“You really see us with kids?”
“I do, don’t you?”
“I want everything with you.” Bette smiled.
“Are you sure?” Tina was nervous.
“When you first took me to Black Water I day dreamed about us and our children there, I’m sorry I don’t want to push you,” Tina went to move.
Bette stopped her moving and slowly got her woman to look at her,
“Why didn’t you ever tell me that?”
“I don’t want to push you into a situation you don’t want to be in,”
“Honey, I want a family with you. I want this. I will move heaven and earth to be married to you.” Bette said honestly.
“I love you,”
“I love you too,” Bette smiled. “I will speak to Ben today about a wedding date okay?”
“Okay,” Tina smiled.
Bette slowly got up and got her cane, knowing she had to leave. Tina watched her leave and for the first time she felt like she was pushing Bette towards something she didn’t want.