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    Summer Days

    “One more push, Honey. You are almost there… that’s it…I am so proud of you…” Tina’s voice was soft, encouraging as she spoke in Bette’s ear, one hand holding Bette’s tightly palm to palm, while the other moved sweaty curls off the brunette’s forehead. “You can do this, Baby… we are so close to meeting our daughter…and I love you, I love you…one more…”

    “Tee…” it was a whisper, a lifeline, a prayer. Bette was holding on to every word her wife spoke like each syllable was a life preserver in a stormy sea. The contractions were coming fast and furious and Bette was using every last reserve of energy she had.

    This was a brief moment in time, a minute, maybe two, where the pain was manageable and it was just them, the beeping of the monitor fading in the background as Tina pressed her forehead to Bette’s to whisper more encouragement, wishing that her own strength could be transferred to the brunette somehow. Nothing else mattered but the two of them, the air between them mixing, the sweat from Bette coating Tina, the trust that shone in Bette’s eyes making Tina fall in love with her all over again.

    “I love you, Babe…I love you so much Sweet Bette…” she whispered again, seeing how her words impacted the brunette, empowered her, loving the soft smile and the way Bette squared her shoulders as she listened to Tina’s words.

    It had been a long labor and Tina knew Bette was exhausted and uncomfortable, and she smiled at her wife when Bette reached up to cup her cheek, both waiting for the next contraction so Bette could push, the doctor ready, it was time.

    “Get ready…” Dr. Wilson warned, saying something to the nurse, who pulled a cart over with delivery supplies.

    Slow elephant tears trickled down Bette’s cheeks, tears of pain and fatigue and excitement in the anticipation of finally seeing their baby. She was overcome with the emotion of the snapshot of this day… a baby… she was about to give birth to a newborn baby… and dear God all her dreams were coming true. And it all started with the pretty blonde forever at her side, wiping her face with a cool washcloth and coating her heart with love.

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    1. This is a lovely story. Having a baby at any age is a big deal. And with Bette in her forties, it has to be an even bigger deal. So welcome Lottie to the family. Tina was great with her encouragement in going through labor. Getting the priviledge of going through this as the other parent has to be the thrill of a life time.

      I love how supportive Tina is of her family. Remembering when she had a nursing infant and a job and a spouse who is still recovering and in this lack of sleep schedule with newborns. Their devotion to each other and their baby girls are truly heart warming.

      I feel the close connection that Bette and Tina feel for each other and how they understand that sometimes things can bring on emotional responses. The sudden announcement that Angie was not happy with Lottie just broke Bette’s heart. Fortunately it is a phase thing and Tina knew just how to handle it – distraction and attention diversion.

      Thank you for the lovely story – where these two have spilt apart, reunited and are more in love and devoted than at anytime during their relationship….. They truly know how and when to communicate with the other and their trust is well founded….

      Thanks for this series of short stories….

      • Martha. thank you as always for your comments and for following my stories. I hope you know i appreciate every comment and thought – I say that knowing I did not respond to any of the comments for Black Beauty, only because I was in the middle of a two week travel time period and did not have time to log in. Then when I came home I got sick. Just wanted you, and all readers, to know that I read every comment and take feedback and questions seriously and to heart.
        Anyway, I am back to writing and have some big plans and thoughts if I can stop coughing long enough to set them to paper.
        More to come

    2. Hi BK,

      I was so happy to see a update on this small stories and cried when i read it will be the last one!

      Welcome baby Lottie! There family is finally complete, Bette and Tina completely in love with each other and their little girls and content with their friends and Kit in it.

      You are such a gifted writer, the way you write about them, their emotions, their connecting in body and soul, their ups and downs but especially how you show all of your readers the enormous love they have for each other .♥️ There is a good mix between love, intimacy, drama and humor, i loved this one in this chapter: “Not now please God. And Moses and Buddha too for fucks sake.” Hilarious!!!

      Another great story and i hope you will continue to write!!! We need to read here about our couple because i simply wont watch what the terrible GQ did or will continue to do with them!

      • I cried when I read this. I had to think about why. I just love this couple so much. Sure I have romanticized them. We all have. But the thought of losing that is a punch to the gut isn’t it? Then I read this. And like the original series we have these stories. Written with such tenderness. So much tenderness.

      • Welcome Baby Lottie indeed! The family is complete and off to a solid start. This couple won’t let anyone or anything get between them again. Glad you see the humor and the emotion – always a good combo in my mind :)
        I have faith that we will get our endgame in GQ, as terrible as the writing has been I am hopeful to a fault. Fingers crossed. I will watch for you and email you when you can turn it on to see the reunion!
        Hope all is well my friend.

    3. Hard for me to formulate a response. I have been thinking that it would be so great if Jennifer and Laurel could read this installment. You write a Bette and Tina so tender and loving and equal and truly connected. Given the terrible week with the trailer and the speculation that our couple is ending, this comes at a time when positivity is so needed. Yes I admit this chapter made me cry. So many what if’s. You make it look so easy, even though it most certainly was not. But where there is love… and wow do you depict a whole mess of love.

      As always, I adore your writing. You articulate the couple’s sense of awe and utter joy in each other and in their ability to find their way back to one another so beautifully. So appropriate for my hopes and wishes for them: “When we were apart, I thought I would never get to see you like this again, Tee. Undressing for me, your body unveiled a little at a time. You’re stunning. I thought your body would forever be enjoyed by someone else. And I vowed to never take you or the sight of you naked for granted if I ever was lucky enough to win you back…” If wishes were horses, this would be season two. Again, I wish this could be shared with Jen and Laurel.

      I also love that Bette delivered a healthy baby girl. I always felt sorry for her that Angie was not her bloodline. And with both Melvin and Kit gone all she has is David and that relationship is estranged. Chosen family is so important but there is a true bit of Bette that now lives on just as Tina lives on through Angie. This is so important to Bette. And Tina is amazing and so supportive. You write a great Tina!! Her love so pure and gentle yet quite emphatic and absolutely clear. Her reassurance to Bette regarding Lottie and Angie and herself says it all: “Here’s the thing, Sugar Pie. Listen to me… You are enough, Honey. You are her world. You are our world. Our anchor and our foundation and our person . You know that, right? Babe?”“Tee…” “If you believe nothing else I have said in all the time we have been together, believe that. You are enough. You, Bette Porter, are right where you need to be… in bed with me…” she finished cockily, biting her lip, pushing her breasts into Bette’s.” So much faith in her Bette. And just what Bette needed to hear.Tina’s pet names for Bette are so endearing. Sugar Pie. Honey Bun. Renders Bette so undone. The words just exquisite.

      And…I also love the utter normalcy of their life. The routines. Working together as loving partners. So important to have the family aspect of lesbian relationships reflected. And you do it so well. Bette’s summation to Shane about the secret of their success is spot on. “Bette looked at her best friend then around the beach, seeing all the families, the couples, the groups making a place to enjoy the day and the upcoming fireworks. “We talk, Shaney. All the time. About everything. We never did that before. I used to forge blindly ahead, not check in with her and she… she ran. Literally on long runs but also emotionally. It was not sustainable.” Can we do a collective mind melt to Gen Q? This. You can fix them. This right here. Yes, you fixed our couple. You found the formula for a healthy, committed and loving future… and we are all the better for your writing. I am sorry to see these check ins end. I know we got more than you planned. Thank you.

      P.S. We all know how much I want Bette to have experienced childbirth. So BK, Sugar Pie, you made my day!! And wow you are amazing at writing hot lovin.’ Good Lord!!!

      • Hey Billy,
        I love your comment. You always let me know how the chapter made you feel and as a writer I love knowing that something I posted was impactful. Like I told BiBi I am endlessly optimistic that GQ will give us TiBette. It might not make any sense and they will drag it out but I think season two will deliver. I know I am in the minority here but that is ok, I still believe.
        I love the utter normalcy of this chapter too. I wish GQ would just depict that – a normal couple arguing about normal things and making each day work because they love each other. I would watch Tina scold Bette for being late to a PTO meeting or for Bette to be upset that Tina leaves her running clothes in the middle of the bedroom – easy, normal couple stuff. There is no need in this couples story to add drama for the sake of drama.
        I wanted Bette to have a baby too. And to be completely in love with her family. Thanks for commenting, Billy, your words are wonderful to read.

      • Thank you Cathy. I found myself in the weird position of having three stories where either Bette or Tina was pregnant so one had to end! Glad you liked it, more to come on the other stories… Thanks for taking the time to comment.

    4. BK,

      I so looked forward to this installment! You wrote Bette as a birth mother beautifully. I am so in love with this family, Bette & Tina and Angie and now Lottie. And their entire family, as you perfectly illustrated at the beach with Kit and Shane and Alice.

      Loved how Tina took care of her family, fussing over Bette and getting her settled when she was nursing at the beach.

      I always love how you write their lovemaking, it is hot, but it’s so clearly not just sex –
      “It was the best kind of kissing warm deliberate hands tangled in each other’s hair”
      “It was a patient tender lovemaking session more about eye contact and whispers than anything else”

      Maybe because this is the last update in this series, but I couldn’t help crying –
      “Slowly like dawn on a new day Bette opened her eyes Tina gazing into them seeing nothing but calm waters a floating peacefu home that she would forever come back to There was nothing better than the seconds just following a climax looking into these chocolate eyes… Bette was truly open beautifully vulnerable and Tina knew she was the only person who ever saw the brunette like this” OMG

      And
      I was telling Kit how sometimes I can’t believe my life This is all I ever dreamed of Tee And you are the reason why…”
      Tina leaned closer her elbows on her knees,smiling. “It’s all I ever wanted too Babe But it wouldn’t work without you don’t ever forget that It means nothing without you.”

      I first thought I couldn’t possibly post any comments as eloquently as Billy, so why bother. But I had to express how special this story is. The last lines are absolutely perfect –

      Together. It was beautiful. And there was no one else in the entire world either would rather do it with.

      Thanks, BK

    5. BK,
      As I ponder, your writing style when it comes to Tibette, I have seen a common thread. Yes! Somehow U have managed, at some point in every story to paint word-pictures that reveal how clearly and intimately Bette & Tina have come to respect and place their “lovers world” as THE driving force that explains their love. ‍❤️‍‍

      They understand how unique & special intimacies are that they share ONLY between themselves ‍❤️‍‍. And their love has, in the long run, not been distroyed no matter how many planned or unplanned “encounters/distractions” they may have had with others along the way.

      Basically, both of them can claim to be the “only person who ever saw the Brunette/Blond like this”.

      WOW!!! What more can a Tibette fan ask for . . . . Except perhaps for Authors like you to be revealed the writers/Producers of any version of TLW?

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