A lazy Sunday afternoon.
Sue didn’t sleep well the night before. Most of the chores had been done the day before and for once the Sunday was a quiet one. She sat on the couch, lazily paging through a magazine, but her eyelids were too heavy to concentrate on the letters in front of her.
“I’m going for a nap,” she said.
Noel, her husband, smiled and nodded.
“Of course, why not?”
Sue gave him a hug and went upstairs, first to the bathroom and then to the bedroom. She stripped off her clothes and crawled in bed, naked. A deep sigh escaped her when she put her head on the pillow and closed her eyes. She vaguely noticed how nice the cool sheets felt against her warm body.
Moments later, a trickle of wetness escaped her pussy. Half between sleep and being awake, she touched it. Why was she so wet? What images were in her mind just moments ago? Irritated, she pulled her hand back, turned onto her other side and closed her eyes again. When more drops escaped, she couldn’t deny it to herself anymore: she was horny. Being in bed all alone during daytime always had this effect on her, unless she was sick.
Sue turned over onto her back and let her hands wander down her body towards her pussy. She had no patience. Once her fingers touch her soft flesh, she dipped them in her wetness and spread it to her clitoris. With the fingers of one hand she spread her labia while her other hand teased her clitoris. But teasing is not what Sue needed. She needed release.
Soon she wasn’t able to tell which hand was doing what. She fingered herself and at the same time rubbed her clitoris. The more her orgasm build, the more she used only one hand, concentrating on rubbing her clitoris.
“Oh yes. Oh yes. Oh yes!” she whispered as her climax got closer. Her wrist started to hurt from the force and speed she rubbed her clitoris and then finally: release!
Sue stifled a moan when her orgasm rushed through her body.
Two hours later she woke from a dreamless sleep and joined her husband downstairs, refreshed and just in time for afternoon tea.
© Rebel’s Notes