Meeting for the first time, after a long relationship in cyberspace
Meeting Harry for the first time, after a long relationship in cyberspace, was a real shocker! Oh he was ruggedly good-looking, shoulder length light brown /gray hair ,hazel eyes nice ones;-)slightly paunchy, but didn't detract from the mostly hard 5'11 rest of him.
What turned me off, was the first words out of his mouth when he came into the house and the door closed. He quickly grabbed me to him and said "I knew I'd feel like this, we've waited so long, lets not waste time, I know you want me as much as I want you."
I pushed him back "Wait just a minute, that's a helluva way to start out with me Harry. When did I give the impression that I would go for this kind of behavior."
He backed off saying " Sorry, I thought you had that look about you,, and your sexy voice always gets to me, you know that."
"Apology accepted , but I'm curious did you really expect I'd go right into the bedroom with you ?"
" I thought if you felt the same urge , we'd get the first time jitters over with, get satisfied then we could relax with each other.I was hasty ,but you should take it as a compliment, you are very lovely, and you turn me on."
I thought of how I looked, 5'4 too plump, but not bad,shoulder length wavy black hair, dark brown eyes, yes I've been called exotic, sexy, though now I'm past middle-age, and no longer feel it. I said:
"Harry,I'll take it as a compliment it did no harm. However, that's not the way to greet someone for the first time, not in my book. Besides, you don't know that I want you that way, we've never spoken on that subject at length. Just a few glib remarks"
"Liddy, I always thought it was understood. You can't honestly say I didn't let you know my feelings, and you seemed to like them."
" I'm not saying that , but in all of our
communication I don't ever remember agreeing even subtly to have sex . Also, you know I'm a romantic, what kind of feelings do you think you inspired in me with that opening. Don't you at least want to woo me a little first?"
By now we were seated in the living room on the sofa, Harry keeping his distance. He knew he had goofed, I gave him credit for that much.
" I see what you mean Lid, but hey , we aren't strangers, and you know how I feel about you. Still I didn't act right, of course I want to romance you. Would I have come a thousand miles just to say hello?"
We talked for about an hour. Then I showed Harry where he would sleep and he put his things away, while I made dinner. We had settled our differnces with a kiss. It was a bit
too harsh with Harry showing me how horny he was, using his tongue wildly. Yet I understood he was feeling the pressure of his desire for me
so I didn't complain much.
My problem, I wasn't sure how I felt about Harry. He did turn me on , but not in the way another guy did. The one I really wanted but couldn't have. I had to get over him, and try to get excited about Harry. He was a good man, and for the past several years we had come to know almost everything about each other.
Now that we finally have met in person, I think it will be okay if I just try to concentrate on him without comparing him to the one I can't have. Life is so rotten sometimes. I couldn't help think if Harry had been the other one as soon as he walked in the door I would have gone to bed with him. That's why I didn't get too upset with Harry, I had a guilty concience.
Just as I thought that, he came up behind me at the sink and put his arms around me, his right hand felt my breast and I felt him harden against me, as he kissed my neck. I said "Move a minute" he groaned in disappointment. I went to the stove and shut the burners off. Then I took Harry by the hand and led him to the bedroom. He said " Now your talking babe,as he started to undress me."
That was the beginning of our affair, which is still in progress after two years, and there is no sign that it will end any time soon.We seem to
be what the other needs in many ways, but in the bedroom , oh my he is a master, and totally erased all thoughts of that other one out of my mind completely!
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|Reviewed by Walt Hardester
following Richard story poste about your story, I came to read your's and also Richard's review. For me, I found them both interesting.
Yours was a very good write about one's desires and also confusion, I believe. I would Have thought after all that time in cnyber-space he would have been a bit more suave and debonaire.
more that just a kiss and a boner....Ah men....ya gotta love em
|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
|Yes that's the problem, we know they do,they are wired for it from the get go, but we want all that mushy wining, dining, romancing stuff. Harry had the sublety of a sledgehammer, and I would've found that offputting too.
Excellent write, had me chuckling about the lines my OH fed me, LOL, and I still cant believe i fell for them. Oh well 14 years later its a bit late.
Must read you some more, seeing as though I am laid up at present.
|Reviewed by Richard Orey
|Interesting! I'm not talking about the story so much as I am about the general consensus of the other reviewers. I think perhaps my age gives me a different perspective. Now, don't take me wrong. I'm delighted to report that even though I'm 74, the calendar on the wall is the only one that knows that. I can still paddle my canoe as swiftly as I did thirty years ago. The difference is that now I know where I'm heading. And I'll even let you paddle, too.
For me, Harry showed the crassness that a great many men show. Their universe is centered below the belt. Sure, I know, he traveled the 1000 miles thinking every mile of the way about sharing a bed with Liddy. What bothers me is that it wasn't just sharing the bed that was on his mind, it was sharing the bed like RIGHT NOW.
Liddy is no kid. She knows it--or should--yet she let herself melt away like a toasted cheese sandwich.
Most women, I believe, long for and appreciate romance. And that means more than one hour of conversation and a few bites to eat together. I could write a book on the subject right here. But what I've learned in my lifetime is that the loving that follows a ripe romancing is ten fold better than the quicky.
To be sure, the quick pit stop has it's exciting virtues--How can I forget?--but I think Liddy sold herself short and will never know what she could have had.
Liddy speaks with pride about their relationship has been going strong for two years, now, and shows no signs of let up. Am I supposed to be impressed?
Every relationship book I've read--more than I want to number for you--recounts the fact that for most couples it usually takes about four years (f-o-u-r) to develop a mature sensitivity to each other's needs. I hope Liddy can hold on, 'cause in our modern society, almost every couple is "gone, split, kaput" before they're together long enough to even reach a physical and emotional harmony coupled with understanding and respect. (And that means more than, "Sure, sweetheart, I respect you. Now, drop your pants.")
A very good story, ET. A story that provides lots of food for thought, like: Ladies, test your guy's character with more than a fondling, will you?
Is anybody still home? No switching channels. Fade to black...
(Hey, half-time's coming up. Let's go for a quicky!)
See how shallow that sounds?
Love to you all,
|Reviewed by Nikki Ruffin
|Girlfriend, you kept my heart beating like a drum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I never thought you were going to go for it. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm|
|Reviewed by Shoma Mittra
|Eileen, this is the first time i strayed to a prose piece of your and i must say you are not only a prolific writer but a very good one at that. EEEEnjoyed this Walks off to read some more of yoeeeu.... :-) shoma|
|Reviewed by val salazar
|I have to say I'm glad you had enough guts to go for it, I have been sigel for 4 years and still haven't had the guts lol
ps. I really enjoyed this and will return after my date to read again night, for now
|Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
|Darn, many can relate to Liddy. Beautiful honest write, Eileen!
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|An honest write, Eileen. And you express the tug-o-war oh, so subtly.
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|Loved the romantic tug of war in this write, not just between the woman and the man but the very real one between self and self. A great read that comes off like a thick tasty slice of authentic grown-up life:-)|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Most interesting and delightful read Eileen!!
Hmmmmmm Naughty girl....lol!!
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|always a delight to read you, eileen; brava on a solid story!! well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :(