I lay on the bed feeling my muscle tensed.
I arched my back a little and then back down.
I moved my hips slowly, up and down...
My eyes closed, feeling every little sensation.
I was panting.
Gadget-daddy rubbed me a little on the belly.
"Mmm... yeah," I whispered back.
He brush my hair back a little with his fingers and looked at me most lovingly.
Both the boys were asleep downstairs.
We are at last alone in the room.
Well... my dear readers... it's not what you think.
Just teasing you a little...
Just before the lying down on the bed,...
I had just changed the sheets on our king-size bed. Mind you, a non-spring but firm mattress is a lot heavier than a spring one.
Then I mopped the floor and mopped the stairs from downstairs to upstairs. (Reason being that my bucket of water is from the bathroom upstairs and I did not want my footprints left trailing on the wet stairs. And I was ready to head for a nap.) That's really putting a test on the back.
And while I was doing all that, Gadget-daddy was also getting ready for a nap:
unwinding with a round of some stealth game (Splinter Cell) on his X-box.
Yeah, we get ready for bed (nap even) very differently.
He finished and came into the room just as I was doing a back-roll, trying to relief my back off the backache. Oh, could I feel every creak and crack of it. It's hard to mop the floor being 4.5 months pregnant. But I know I'm only half way through this 9 month marathon! Phooof.
And then we fell asleep within 5 minutes.
This is the bit of just before the whole house was asleep in the last post.
(And now as I am getting ready for bed, Gadget-daddy is again on his X-box - the same game. We are all creatures of habit. Hehehe... Good night.)