here is a little story about how to survive a heat wave.
Scorcher – Part One
1. an intense feeling of deep affection.
2. a person or thing that one loves.
1. to feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone).
Love swiped a towel across the fogged surface of the steamed bathroom mirror, her baby blue eyes quite lively for the hour of the night. Though a shower usually gave her a charge for a little while afterwards, enough for the end of day engagement that always put her on her back and made her arch up to him, on this night – one hot night, fresh-from-the-shower would provide her no relief from the heat. And maybe she really didn’t want any relief.
The worst heat wave of the year had sweltered temperatures up to 105 degrees outside for several days. There were no reports indicating any break from it at least until the coming the weekend. And it was only Wednesday night.
Patting the excess water out of her golden locks as best she could with a towel, she picked up the hair dryer to find it already plugged into the outlet above the bathroom sink. Sitting next to the hair dryer were two hair ties and her white pacifier. Love smiled as thoughts of her boyfriend flooded her senses and her mind. Picking up the pacifier, she lowered her chin – thinking back to that morning when she awoke next to him in bed. Smiling even more brightly as she slipped the rubber nipple between her lips and looked up at herself in the mirror, she began rocking back-n-forth to allow the water on her skin to dry on its own as she began to blow dry her hair.