Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Magical, Wonderful, Unbelievable Third Date

I don't remember the actual date. We must have gone to the movies at the Magic Johnson Theaters. No idea what we saw. But after the movie, we made out in Brown's car. That I remember.

And then I remember following him home.

And having my world absolutely, positively, completely rocked.

He was more wonderful than I can ever describe. Better than all my dreams and fantasies combined. He was hands-down, no debate, the best lover I'd ever had.

In his room, by the ambient light of a paper lantern, we devoured each other several different times, several different ways. Every single time, every single way was like a million answered prayers lighting up the sky to prove that a better day had, indeed, arrived.

I knew his baggage factor was high, but I also knew unequivocally that he was the man for me.

(Brown Diaries Part 3 of 18: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 | Lessons Learned 1-3: 1 2 3)

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7 comments:

Luscious Sealed Lips said...

Why are women accused of being more emotional and remembering the tiny details of a date, when like a man, they too just remember the physical touches?

Kisses.

izzie said...

Well Anita... that's not nice...
Writting all that so that I have to read it and wonder where is my Mr. "Brown"?
You go girl!... That's what I love about your blog and your writting you don't mislead or hide anything!

Love,

sanely insane said...

that was beautifully captured in so few words

"every single way was like a million answered prayers lighting up the sky to prove that a better day had, indeed, arrived."

Luscious Sealed Lips said...

I have bestowed upon you my Blessings in the form of a Blog Award on my Blog. Accept it. It is a good luck charm. It shall bring you better men, a better job and maybe better comments from me. Alright. I just overdid it. :P

Kisses.

beeker said...

That must have been some good sex....I don't know if I could have ignored the baggage.

LLnL said...

I have to read the other post but it sounds wonderful. I love the magic of connecting to someone like that.

Cheron L. Hall said...

Mmmmmmh...chile'...

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