At the rate that I'm writing I may finish 2 days early. Now 5 to 10 days early would really make me feel like a billion bucks, but I'm not going to stress myself out too much.
Here's an excerpt from today:
The truck was in front of my small apartment complex when I pulled up. I parked and walked to the driver side.
“Hi, I’m Sassy Johnson, you looking for me.” The guy didn’t respond. He was reading something and I guess he didn’t want to lose his train of thought. I took the opportunity to admire him. My preference was dark chocolate but he was the tastiest looking piece of caramel I had ever seen.
“Sassy?” he asked looking up at me.
“Yep, that’s me. You got a problem with it?
He looked confused. I couldn’t help but laugh at his expression. Then the most beautiful smile spread across that man’s face. I nearly peed my pants.
I stepped aside when he grabbed his bag and put his hand on the door. He was maybe 3 inches taller than my 5’6. He was weighed between 170 – 180 with a nice amount of muscle. When he shut the door I caught a glimpse of that ass. This guy had me turning into a female version of Brian.
He held out his hand to me,”I’m Jason Quince.”
“I’m so glad you’re here. I hope you can help a sister out.” He hesitated a minute.
“Yes, I came to help you.” That smile crossed his face again.
I smiled back. He was looking at my mouth in fact he looked at my mouth whenever I said anything. I wasn’t sure if he was admiring my smile or just watching my lips. A thought crossed my mind. I turned and beckoned for him to follow me. “I show hope you give me some of that dick today,” I said making sure my back was to him. Nothing. I stopped and turned to him.
“What’s wrong, you forgot your keys?”
“Nope, I want to ask you a question.”
He face became really serious. “What is it?” There it was that tell-tale sign in his voice. I had been too busy admiring his body to notice it at first.
“Are you deaf?”
He nodded. I didn’t mean to make him uncomfortable I just didn’t want to assume anything.
“It’s okay, I was just wondering.” I smiled again to reassure him that everything was all good.
“Hey, I’m still good at what I do.”
I put my hand on his shoulder. Oooo nice. “I have no doubt. Come and fix my computer.” There was that smile again.