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It was a pirate story of course, with two male and one female pirate, a big green dragon and plenty of ugly trolls, who seemed to be endlessly hiding under bridges, stealing all a manner of things and constantly jumping out from behind closed doors. It was a wonder the other characters could get anything done with all the time they spent running away and fighting trolls.
It never got old for the three wide eyed children, who loved the repetitive nature of the story, the faces Bette would make to describe the trolls, the way she always ended each tale with one of the pirates riding the dragon, swooping in to breathe fire and save the day.
“You’ll scare them, Babe…” Tina admonished quietly, and Bette threw her a sexy wink, the boys quick to reassure Mama Tee that they weren’t scared because they had swords and swords could chop down any nasty troll.
“Not scary…” Gracie said, giggling… “… see… I have magic…” she said, waving her fingers like she was casting a spell.
“That’s right, Gracie my Sweet Magician. You don’t need a sword for these dreadful trolls, lads…” Bette said dramatically, hugging Gracie to her with both arms, running her fingers through the soft hair.
“All you need is the Lady of Light. Once the ghastly trolls see her unmatched beauty, they immediately fall victim to her sweet kindness, and they run screaming back to the stinky bog from which they came… And you know what else? Her hair is like spun gold and her hazel eyes shine like the deepest mermaid lagoon…”
This silenced the boys immediately, that there was something more powerful than a sword and could send the trolls running had their complete attention. Bette dropped her voice to a loud whisper, brown eyes large as she leaned it like it was a big secret.
“Everything the Lady of Light touches is made better, stronger, brighter. And the trolls in their darkness and filth are no match for this gentle creature… no match for the love she casts everywhere like rays of sunshine…”
Her eyes lifted up to catch Tina’s as the boys oohh-ed and aww-ed, a deep blush appearing on the blonde’s cheek and chest and she smiled so softly at Bette that Bette thought her heart would float out of her body and explode from the tenderness of it. She held those hazel eyes as her head tilted, her own answering smile drifting across the room to land on Tina’s heart.