Monday, December 15, 2014
The Happy Couple (Photostory)
It's the end of the day and Tina, the psychiatrist, is finished for the day. Her fiancee, Harrison, has arrived to take her out to dinner.
"It's so good to see you honey. It's been a trying day. Everyone is extra stressed because of the holidays. Sometimes it's hard to feel happy when so many people are hurting." (Tina)
"Well, you're the doctor. You have to lead by example and keep smiling." (Harrison)
"I know. Having you in my life makes that a little easier." (Tina)
"Before I forget, Leslie wants to know if we can have Christmas dinner at her house? Shantavia and Bruce are invited, too." (Harrison)
"Oh that's so sweet of her. I would love to. I will have to check to see if Shantavia is available. Now that she and Bruce are getting serious, I can't just assume she's going to be available. I'll call her tonight after dinner. (pause) Why are you looking at me like that?" (Tina)
"No reason. I'm just happy to have you in my life." (Harrison)
"Ohhh honey. You're so sweet." (Tina)
Tina bends down and gives Harrison a nice juicy kiss.
"Speaking of being in your life, we really need to get moving on these wedding plans. We're not getting any younger you know." (Tina)
"I told you, just tell me where to be and when, and I will show up with bells on." (Harrison)
"That's no fun, honey. I want you to help with the planning. It's your special day, too." (Tina)
"Honey, the thing that's making it special for me is you. As long as you and I are together at the end of the day, I'm happy." (Harrison)
"You are not getting off that easy." (Tina)
"Where are you going?" (Harrison)
"To get my stuff together, so we can go." (Tina)
"Okay. I think I have everything." (Tina)
"Where do you want to eat?" (Harrison)
"Oh, I don't know. I don't want to be out too late. I have a few cases I need to review before I hit the sack tonight." (Tina)
"Does that mean I'm sleeping at home tonight?" (Harrison)
"You know you are always welcome to stay. I will try not to work too late." (Tina)
"I guess I will have to get used to you burning the midnight oil. Here, let me help you with that." (Harrison)
"Thanks, honey." (Tina)
Harrison sneaks a little kiss after buttoning up Tina's sweater.
They head out, arm in arm, to dinner.
Tina's sweater was gifted to me by Rosemary Hill of Life in Rosemary Hill. The sweaters are so well made. I love them. You can see the other sweaters from her in this post.