She was at his side as usual, their faithful dog rubbing against her hand. The sweet music flowed from the harmonica in his fingers. It was a glorious day and her heart swelled with love as she glanced from under the brim of her hat at her husband. He stood in the grass and entertained her with the small instrument.
It was one of their Sunday afternoon rituals and she never tired of it. Today they’d walked along the path behind the garden and stopped here at a slight rise. The bright green of the trees behind them reminded her of a portrait in the parlor.
Margaret noticed shiny drops of dew hidden amongst the blades of grass where the sun had missed them and smiled. Nathaniel finished with his first piece and went into a rendition of “Oh Clementine.” She laughed as Bart licked her hand to get her attention. He was anxious to chase a stick or tow she figured.
Nathaniel gave a slight nod without missing a note to let her know it was fine with him to play with the lovable dog. She walked around until she found a small twig and gave it a slight toss. Bart wagged his tail and took off after it. The game continued as Nathaniel kept up his music.
When Bart tired, Margaret retired to the blanket they had spread out under a nearby tree. She gathered her skirt and petticoats and primly tucked them around her long legs. Nathaniel stopped playing and joined them to rest as well. He put his head in her lap and closed his eyes. She loved it when he was relaxed like this.
It didn’t take long before his fingers wandered under her clothing. Margaret moaned when he pushed her back on the blanket and his head disappeared under her skirt. He used his mouth on her the same way he did on the instrument.
Much later, she curled next to him and laughed. “I’m glad I didn’t live back in those days for real.”
“Why is that?”
“All these clothes would be a nuisance if one wanted a quickie.”
Nathaniel chuckled before kissing her neck. “I agree. Next time we’ll consider that.”
“Be careful, Elmer, there’s a cliff in front of you.”
“What, you think I’m blind that I can’t see it myself?”
“Well, there was that car that almost ran you over when you didn’t pay attention to the crossing lights, Elmer.”
“I told you, Judy, the driver was supposed to wait for me. Penguins have the right of way in town.”
Elmer edged forward to see just what was ahead. The last time he was cautious it was only a foot drop and everyone knows penguins can jump that far down. Judy kept up her bickering but he was so used to it he tuned her out.
It was late in the day and they really should be home by now. Leave it to his wife to need her coat shined for the party tomorrow, though. After being married almost forty years he knew better than to complain. The girl at the salon gave them directions for this shortcut so they could get back to the family before dark.
“Judy, I think we can make it. Come and check it out.”
He watched his wife waddle to the edge and look over to measure the distance. Elmer never tired of looking at her figure and felt himself react even now.
“You’re right, Elmer, it looks pretty easy. You want me to go first?”
“No, no, I’ll go first. Then I can catch you.” Elmer had more than catching her in mind but he wasn’t going to share that with her.
Judy stood back as Elmer went over the cliff and landed on the sand below. She didn’t dare tell him that she was afraid as she made her way to where he had jumped. With her eyes closed, and her hands clenched, she took a step off the edge and felt herself tumbling through space.
“I’ve got you, Judy!”
Just when she thought her body would land on the hard earth, she felt her husband grab hold of her. She held tight as they rolled several feet together. When they finally stopped, Judy was on top of her husband.
“You saved me!”
“It was nothing, Judy.”
“Nothing? It feels like something to me.”
Judy grinned down at Elmer as she flirted with him. She couldn’t help but feel pleased that after all the years they were together he still wanted her.
His slick body pressed into hers as they teased and played. Hours later, they made their way home.
(So this is Kink Bingo right?