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CHAP 38 ….
Tina never forgot this moment. Never forgot the sight of her graceful, scantily clad wife, swinging through the air in a perfect arc, a look of absolute terror on her face. “Now! Bette! NOW.” Tina yelled and Bette let go instantly, dropping to the water with a big splash. She emerged with a giant smile on her face, laughing like a little girl. Many, many years later Tina would look back on this moment fondly, the sunlight making the water sparkle around the bronzed face of the person she loved most in the world, who was willing to go outside her comfort zone for the simple reason that Tina asked her to.
Tina swam towards her, kissing her softly, her lips cold and wet but her mouth warm. “I love you more now than ever and I didn’t think that was possible. Come swim over to that bank there, I’ll show you how to get out.”
Once at the bank it was an easy climb out, their bodies feeling the heat of the sun on their chilled skin, both laughing and smiling. “You look beautiful, Bette” Tina said, taking in the sight of Bette with her wet underwear clinging to her toned body, dripping from her dip in the river. She took her wife’s hand and led her back up the path, this time from the other side where she stopped just before reaching the big tree. Tina slipped on her shorts, amused that Bette had taken the time to fold their clothes before swinging into the water.
She went to the base of the tee, in just her sports bra and shorts, still barefoot and looked up. “It’s up there, I know it…” she whispered to Bette who craned her neck to look up into the branches, frowning. It was a long way. The tree was massive but that didn’t bother Tina, who started to climb.
Bette stood at the base of the tree, dressed but with her clothes still damp from her earlier foray into the water. Damp clothes and Bette Porter did not often belong in the same sentence. She frowned. A flurry of birds leaving the tree caught her attention and she looked up to see Tina making her way through the branches.