Everywhere we would walk, your lovely petite mounds would bounce up and down so fetchingly. Stairs were always a welcome adventure. Cresting every curb was always a buoyant little triumph.
What I always loved the most, however, was watching them defy gravity any time you took to a trampoline. I’d be captivated, counting my lucky stars that I’d get to share my life with the owner of such exquisitely rounded delights. Up and down. Up and down. I was besotted.
And then you’d snap me out of it: “Come on! Get up here!”
God. Those heels! Please never wear shoes.
by TETIANA ALEKSINA & TONY SINGLE
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