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    Remember Who You Are 50

    The tree house filtered the light from the rising sun, making it seem like they were encased in a firelight. Bette woke first, the soft, muted beams of light complimenting the early wake up tweets from the many birds in the trees that surrounded them. Strung all along the perimeter of the ceiling were small white lights and they added to the illusion and for a brief minute Bette felt like a princess in a gilded cage with her bride.

    She smothered a snort… a princess of all fucking things… those fairy tales always seemed so abhorrent to her, and she once spent a large portion of her time in the library as a fourth grader looking for a book where the princess saved herself. Their baby girl would know better, she decided, her hand going over Tina’s waist to lay on the growing belly.

    Wiggling closer and receiving a grunt from her pregnant wife in response to the movement, Bette peered over Tina’s shoulder, her front pressed tight against the comfortable heat of Tina’s back. So good.

    God, what a fantastic view, Tina was simply breathtaking, and the pregnancy only added to the allure. That’s my wife, Bette thought and just thinking that made her giddy with happiness. Her eyes traveled over the visible patches of skin, slowly moving over the form of the special woman in her arms.

    The nakedness, the large swells of Tina’s breasts, the pink of her nipples, the femininity, the softness. Tina’s pregnancy was endlessly fascinating to Bette, the beautiful way Tina’s body was changing, the life, the vitality. So fucking sexy. She marveled over how Tina gave of herself so willingly, her body making room for a new tiny person. She kissed Tina’s shoulder, her lips lingering on the warm skin, nibbling gently.

    She watched her hand move across Tina’s stomach as she felt the slightest, faintest flutter of movement. Could it be? Her hand froze in anticipation while her heart beat all the faster and she waited to see if it would happen again. Long minutes passed but nothing else came and she lowered her head in such poignant gratitude for her beautiful blonde wife, lowered it so that her nose would press in the warmth of that delicious, creamy neck.

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    1. “And so, dear reader, we end this chapter much as it begun.”

      I’m somewhat embarrassed to be posting first. I was going to hold off a while. But…there’s so much. I cannot imagine that anyone could read the ending of this chapter and not cry. I may add more to this but for now wanted to thank you dear author. So many of us are out here speculating about the upcoming season of GQ and worried about where the questionable writers might take our couple and how much heartbreak might be headed our way. It’s a very real thing.

      And then we receive this little gem. Our couple is so blissfully happy. No matter what else may happen, they will always have these magical days etched forever in their memories and their hearts. And we will have this story. This story and this chapter – both such a gift. And the way you write them as a couple? Incredible. Hot. Sexy. Insatiable. So in love. And their love is so genuine. So pure. So real. So authentic. I love that Bette is so totally and utterly… at peace and happy. And I love that Tina is so totally and utterly at peace and content. Tina is the river in my minds eye. And that she gets to share this special place with Bette and that Bette is so blown away by all of it? It’s a unique kind of intimacy, don’t you think?

      And I really love that Tina recognizes a shift in Bette. This life, marriage and a family, is all Bette has ever wanted. And as much as Bette really wants to see Sideways Sam one more time, and although she “rejects” the name, our Bette also has her mind right: “The next morning, Bette’s alarm buzzed and she turned it off, contemplating the woman in her arms, the warmth, the feel of their baby pressing against her middle. And nothing could have pulled her away from Tina now, there was not a thing in the world that could pull her out of this bed. Not the knowledge that Sideways Sam was delivering their last basket, not a full bladder, not even if there was a fire raging in the distance… she would not trade one second of this moment with anything in the world.” Such a simple thing really. Not getting out of bed. Not doing something. Choosing to stay put. But so symbolic of the change that has taken place in Bette. There are so many positive visuals including: “With love wrapped in blankets, Tina’s front pressed to Bette’s, her breathing deep and even.” And, “It would not be long before board meetings and work schedules and young children pulled her from their marital bed before she was ready, but she would be damned if she chose to leave Tina now.” Choosing to stay with her wife and baby. What a beautiful mindset and image that conveys.

      But, what probably touches me the most in this chapter may be what Tina says to Bette about their unity, their connection, their partnership, their future. Tina is the river and the river has changed Bette: “Such a charmer, Baby. You’re different, you exude this peace, this sense of harmony that I don’t think I have ever seen from you before. “Tee, I told you. I’m married. You are carrying my baby…” her hands went on either side of the growing bump, gentle under the water. “…and Rosie is waiting for us when we get back from our treehouse honeymoon. I have everything I have ever wanted in life. Everything I ever dreamed about. You gave me everything, Honey.” “I love it, I love peaceful, married Bette. I love fiery, passionate Bette. I love you. But you are wrong about something, Sexy. I didn’t give you everything. Well, aside from my lesbian virginity and endless devotion that is. We built this marriage together, Honey Bun. This baby? Ours. Rosie? Also ours. The treehouse? Not ours…” she paused while Bette chuckled, “everything we want in life? Ours, ours, ours. Because we will build it together. Just like we have along…”“And… that… Tee, that is the source of my peace. Also, I know something else we can do together… it involves my tongue and your pussy, building something wonderful together…” Lordy, woman. That pretty much says it all. Ours.

      And now your story is ours. And the characters are our friends. And we know Bette and Tina and Rosie and Boo will return to the river. How could they not? Because as Boo once told Tina: “It was here she told me to look for love that uplifts and encourages rather than demeans and hurts. For love that settles into my very soul, my DNA. I just needed to meet you before I understood what that meant…” The river will always ground them. Help them “reconnect” “unplug” get back their “mojo.” Especially when LA life gets in the way. Bless you, Boo for your words of wisdom. I guess we have you to thank for our happy ending. Well you and BK, of course.

      And lastly, thank you for allowing us to be included in the first mommy gift: “When she opened the paper, there was a small handprint painted in blue on one side, the fingers spread wide, the pinky slightly smudged as if the owner of that hand had moved too soon. The other side had three letters, initials… RKP. Rosie Kennard Porter.” Oh Bette, you are such a goner.

      Really going to miss the river.

      P.S. I would really love to see someone create a photo of sorts of them on the river.

      • Billy, Love your comment as always, every time. Please don’t be embarrassed to post first, your comments are always a highlight and speaking for the other writers on this board, comments are much appreciated. The news coming from GQ has us all on a rollercoaster ride. I may be overly hopeful or hopelessly optimistic but I the photo JB posted of “Tina” and “Angie” made me happy. I like to see it as a subtle reminder that she wants us to know everything is going to be ok. LH has her hand in her pocket… intentionally hiding a wedding band perhaps or just a habit of hers? Who knows? I am not one to go down the rabbit hole too far. I feel better about the show…. for now.
        That being said, I wrote this chapter exactly how you described it – as a blissfully happy couple who support and love and stand up for each other. Both at peace and both content.
        And yes, marriage has shifted Bette’s whole world view to a peaceful easy feeling and Tina sees the change as well.
        I am going to miss the river too. It was ours (love that added that in your comment). The ups and downs of this trip in particular forged their relationship as much as earlier struggles. And now we look to home…. to LA… to a new baby…. to Boo in the house or nearby.
        I am not good with photos for this on the site so I am no help in that regard.
        Thanks for reading, thanks for commenting, thanks for loving this couple and seeing them the way I do.. More to come

    2. Beautiful, beautiful honeymoon. I can’t imagine a more romantic honeymoon – seclusion from the world, in the midst of the beauty of nature with the one human being who means more to you than anything in your life. And to know this is the beginning, only the beginning of a life that will be full and happy and as fulfilling as a life could possibly be. This is Bette and Tina. This is who they are – perfectly matched, ready to face whatever challenges come their way – together; bonded; connected and in complete harmony with each other and of the same mind to build a life of love and happiness.

      Truly a story for the ages…. an amazing story of love and commitment with struggle and drama. But throughout the story, it is obvious how much Bette and Tina not only love each other but admire each other, respect each other and desire nothing but the happiness of the other and will do all that they can to support the other in their time of need even to the deprivation of their own needs and wants. And the true mark of a true craftsman in the your writing skills is that it is obvious in their communications and interactions without using the words specific phrases. As the reader, you just know how much they mean to each other. Know they accept each other for who they are – their flaws, their weaknesses as well as their talents and their lovable qualities. And there is no sacrifice too large to make for either of them to keep their relationship strong and moving forward for either of them. That is what I love about this Tina and this Bette.

      Thank you….

      • Martha
        This is a really lovely comment. Thank you. “This is Bette and Tina” you say and all I can think of is – we all see them this way WHY can’t the writers on Showtime get it together and see them this way too?
        You are absolutely correct – they mean the world to each other, they accept each other with all their flaws and good qualities and each are committed to the relationship and each other.
        Thank you for sticking with the story. More to come as we head to LA

    3. I love this Bette, I love this Tina and I absolutely wallowed in the magical Treehouse and it’s surroundings.

      A wonderful Chapter which has set me up for the return to LA and our couples’ new life in old surroundings.

      Thank you for this story of our favourite couple, thank you for sharing your talents with us.

      I am not going to try to add to Billy and Martha other than the usual ‘ditto’

      I so look forward to the next 50 Chapters.

      • You are so right SG! Off to LA we go in the next chapter! New life in old surroundings (well said) but also new outlooks, new focus, new family. They may not fit with the LA lifestyle the way they did before. Thank you for taking time to comment.

      • You are so right SG! Off to LA we go in the next chapter! New life in old surroundings (well said) but also new outlooks, new focus, new family. They may not fit with the LA lifestyle the way they did before. Thank you for taking time to comment. Not sure about 50 more chapters, but who knows!

    4. Hey BK,

      What a pleasure to see a new chapter of this story!

      Unfortunately, I am in the middle of my night shifts and I don’t have the energy to give the attention this story deserves. I’m going to keep this until the beginning of next week. A great reward for myself when I get back to normal rhythm.

      I wish you a fantastic weekend!

    5. I think Billy said it best ,so no need to repeat. Yes they are our friends you show their love so wonderfully their unity and all the sensitivity I love the way you write I could only wish this story goes on forever!

      • Thank you Sharon. The unity, the sensitivity, the magic… so true. Glad you are enjoying the story – stay tuned more to come. I really appreciate you taking time to comment.

    6. I love this chapter. I love the treehouse, I love the handprint by RKP, I love their “secret, magical place from another time.”.

      The time on the river has been, to quote Bette “one long, glorious adventure”

      As with all of your chapters there is a line that just stays with me – “She pulled Tina closer, the hazel eyes opening to meet dark chocolate, the electricity between them making the very air shimmer.” That’s Bette & Tina to me.

      And this paragraph – “Was there anything more beautiful than this expression of trust…. of love? Tina didn’t think so and she arched her neck to get the angle she wanted, sending Bette into orbit, her cries landing on Tina’s ears and neither noticed as a flock of birds took flight from a nearby tree.”

      Your writing is exquisite. Thanks BK.

      • Westy! High five my friend on the treehouse, handprint, the secret magical place! Loved all those too. The air shimmering, I love that visual. May have to use it again in another story….
        Loved your comment and your appreciation for this story. Stay with us, more to come. LA awaits our little family for sure!

    7. If there’s a paradise, it has to look like this ! Thank you BK.

      As for the second season of GenQ, I think it will be without me, there is too much speculation around Tibette and I know we will be disappointed. The best is here so I’ll enjoy the jewels we find here.

      • Paradise indeed IZZIE! I understand about you not wanting to engage with GQ. I am not sure I want to go through the aggravation. I will give it a go and see what they put out there but expectations are LOW.
        Thanks

    8. Hey BK,

      Finally i woke up enough to truly enjoy this chapter!!! And what chapter it was,
      a fairytale setting and the absolute love and trust between Bette and Tina, my god, it was a great pleasure to read this and to be transported into their own fairytale world told by a brilliant storyteller and that’s you!

      I loved all the comments above, they did tell all i could have said but i will try to point out some things that touched me deeply.

      This reply from Tina says it all: It’s so true and she was serious but added some humor in it:

      “I love it, I love peaceful, married Bette. I love fiery, passionate Bette. I love you. But you are wrong about something, Sexy. I didn’t give you everything. Well, aside from my lesbian virginity and endless devotion that is. We built this marriage together, Honey Bun. This baby? Ours. Rosie? Also ours. The treehouse? Not ours…” she paused while Bette chuckled, “everything we want in life? Ours, ours, ours. Because we will build it together. Just like we have along…”

      This part and sorry if it’s a bit long moved me intensely. Rosie’s gesture, her handprint a first Mother’s Day gift. My heart broke for both Bette and Tina that they both have such negative experiences and especially Bette who could not give it to anyone. This really hurt my heart!

      “When she opened the paper, there was a small handprint painted in blue on one side, the fingers spread wide, the pinky slightly smudged as if the owner of that hand had moved too soon. The other side had three letters, initials… RKP. Rosie Kennard Porter.

      Bette’s heart, already bursting with love for Tina now swelled even bigger, lodging in her throat like a hot lump, tears filling her eyes. She held the paper in both hands as she tried to regain her composure, pressing it to her heart like it would implant there and be forever with her. It was the kind of gift that preschools and kindergartens and elementary schools across the country sent home for Mother’s Day or did as art projects on special occasions.

      The kind of gift that Bette would have to make in class but had no one to give to when she got home. Her father was never interested in “busy work” as he called it. Bette wondered if Rosie had ever done something like this before, if this was her first time. She put her hand on top of the print, palm to palm, eclipsing the outline of Rosie’s hand with her own, feeling suddenly lost. Taking the basket with her, she made her way back up to the treehouse to hug Tina, needing the blonde more than ever.

      “I think every child has made something like this growing up. I never had anyone to give mine to…” her words were softly spoken, but to Tina they reverberated as if Bette had struck a loud gong.”

      And this part shows how much they have grown and how much Tina appreciate Bette’s openess and rewards it in kind:

      That she was confiding so openly, being so vulnerable and honest was a reflection of where they were emotionally in their relationship. And Tina accepted this gift, honoring Bette’s trust by answering her truthfully.

      “My drawings and paintings were put in a drawer in the laundry room. And if having childhood artwork put in the same room as dirty clothes isn’t symbolic of where Donna and I ended up then I don’t know what is. Your girls, Bette… Rosie and this baby…” she took Bette’s hand to place it over the bump…”they are so lucky to have you. You will be the best mother they will ever know….”

      Yes, their daughters are so lucky to have them as parents, they will always know how much they are loved and will give them what they need the most, a loving family who supports them in all they want and need. They will have a great family who will teach them much, the River family and LA family. Both families who can share their own valuable life experiences and are always there for them.

      How to describe this Bette &Tina? I think Martha is spot on with her comment! Couldn’t have said it better

      BK, i can’t say enough how much i love this story and your version of Bette &Tina. I look forward to read about their return to LA, only promise us you will let them visit the river again.

    9. Hi BK, I have just read all 50 chapters again and I am still very much in love with this fic and family. I am eagerly waiting to see what adventures await this new family when they get back to L.A. I think Bette and Tina should try to find a bigger home somewhere that has lots of trees and places to explore for Rosie near a nice big lake or some kind of water, with a mother-in-law suite so Boo is close by and has her own space to do as she pleases. I think the ocean would be too different to river life for Boos taste. I also think since they own the house and property where Boos cabin is they should renovate it, make sure it has wi-fi, c. b. radio all the comforts of home without changing the rustic charm to much so it is large enough for them all for when they visit the river every year. Hope all is well with you and yours, and can’t wait to see where you take us next. Post as soon as you can.

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