As you may or may not have guessed from the oh-so-subtle title of this blog, that’s exactly what I did today. Our pool filter had been having all these problems lately so we hadn’t really been out back much, but I guess the pool company finally fixed whatever was wrong because the water looked great, so I convinced (well, it wasn’t tough to talk him into it, actually) the BF to join me in the pool with a couple of beers. It was a little after 5 in the afternoon/evening which is still warm but not too hot out, and the sun doesn’t hit the pool directly any more, which makes it super nice.
We started out just talking, which moved to kissing and me untying the back of my bikini top so it would float away from my body and he could play with my nipples. The water was perfect, just warm enough. Eventually we started slipping our hands into each others’ bathing suits and I wondered whether it would be possible to go down on a guy in the pool. Instead, however, we decided to relocate to the side yard where I got down on my knees and gave him head until he came. One of the best parts of semi-public sex is that you can’t be too loud or people will hear you, and I think trying to be a little sneaky about it adds to the sexual tension and the overall experience.
Then we went back into the pool and he said it was the perfect post-orgasm relaxation possible because the water was warm and he could just float and enjoy the shivers that continued down his spine for the next five minutes. During this post-orgasm bliss he told me a story about when he was fifteen. He was in Mexico and he and a friend rented bikes and rode down a deserted beach. The water was sparkling, the sand was white, the skies were blue, the clouds were fluffy, and there was no one around. He was absolutely, perfectly happy and remembers that as one of his best days even now. He said that he loves me as much as he loved that day because I have the same effect on him–whenever he thinks about me it is like an escape from other people and whatever is going on around him, and he just smiles.
Too bad our digital camera doesn’t work under water.