1. My Last Summer Before College Chapter 2


    Date: 12/4/2017, Categories: Lesbian, Author: _O2_, Source: LushStories

    After talking with mom, I discovered Maggie had been staying at Jolene's most weekends. I made up my mind to come home for the Summer. Different scenarios flashed through my mind regarding Jolene, my little sister. I could have called or been in closer contact with everyone while I was in school. I was so busy and when I did think about it I was busy doing something else and forgot about it. I know it sounds bad. Now that I think about it, it really was. Those thoughts of Maggie and Jolene in Jolene's huge bed preoccupied me when I should have been studying for finals. I should have called or written or anything. Jolene had opened my eyes not only to horses and country life but to being more open with my sexuality. This past year in school I went on dates that were only out of courtesy to whomever asked. Boys or girls it was always the same. I wanted Jolene. She had opened my eyes and at the same time closed me off to others. My longing for her spoiled me for anyone else. Our time together reminded me of an old song from a movie made back in the sixties starring Sidney Poitier, “To sir, with love.” The line “How do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to perfume?” seemed to fit the way I felt about Jolene. The thoughts about the possible confrontations with my “lover” and my sister still distracted me as I waited for mom to pick me up at the train station. Deep down I didn't feel like Jolene was the kind of person who could be capable of seducing me and then my ...
    sister. My heart ached with the thought that I had misjudged Jolene. Standing near the end of the depot talking to myself like a crazy person I didn't notice my mother until she walked up to me. “Christine, sweetheart, what are you doing?” The look on her face was one of bewilderment. She probably thought I'd gone crazy in that mass of people called New York City. Mumbling to myself, not paying attention to anything or anyone I glanced in her direction, “Mom, sorry, I was just thinking about a few things.” Her arms opened wide, I slipped between them enjoying the distraction as we hugged. It had been too long. “School's out sweetie, you have all Summer to not think. What's on your mind that has my girl so concerned?” Her hand brushed the hair from my face as she gave me a concerned look. “Oh, just debating my major and wondering if my grades this year were good enough for a different one. Maybe engineering or architecture, I really can't decide.” “There's nothing you can do about it now. Let me help you with your bags and get you home. You must be tired. I want to hear all about New York City. You hardly ever called and when you did it's like pulling teeth to get you to say what's going on. Were you happy there?” “Yes mom, I was happy. The classes were harder than I thought, and I always seem to have too much homework. I feel okay with my grades, really. I have a 3.5 GPA assuming I did as well as I thought I did on my finals.” Her hug felt so reassuring; I lifted the handle of ...
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