Youth Advocate / Part-Time Domme
After leaving Philadelphia and making a four-year pit stop in Ohio for college, I decided to make my way to the West Coast. I have to be an adult now, but most days I'm still that silly college girl with the loud laugh who never stops dancing. I'll always miss the places and the people I've had to leave behind, but there's plenty ahead of me.
He licked his lips and brushed the crumbs from his corn dog from his hands, paying no mind to her narrowed glare. But he did notice both treats in her grasp and Sam leaned in to steal a quick, sugary kiss. “I’m evil, but you like it. And you’re gonna taste delicious all day. Not that you didn’t before, but all this extra sugar helps with my sweet tooth and frequent Seline cravings.” One Twinkie, he bit into happily and the other, he slid her way with a big grin. “I also love spoiling ya. It’s your first time at the circus, sweetheart. We gotta do it big.”
Senay had to smile at the brief kiss before she resumed the all-important task of stuffing her face. “I might like it,” she said between bites. “I wasn’t aware you had Seline cravings, though. If you’re walking around with those, I’m happy to take care of them. My bae shouldn’t want for anything.” The Twinkie pushed in her direction was just plain rude, but she accepted it anyway, planning to tackle another fried snack food after she finished up what was already in front of her. “I’m not walking anywhere else after all of this. I hope you know that.”
Sam bit into his corndog to muffle his laugh at Senay’s reaction. “But I thought you were all about indulging today,” he teased, nudging the tray towards her again. “I can always get more Oreos, if I wanted. GIve in, Junebug. Give iiiin to the deliciousness.”
Brown eyes narrowed above a muted smile as Senay eyed Sam, shaking her head while she reached for another Oreo. She still had the next bite of her funnel cake in the opposite hand but she had no trouble tackling both. “You’re an evil evil man…” Despite her protests, she enjoyed all the sugar, adding in a few crinkly fries to round out the taste of sweet. “Why are you trying to tempt me so much today? With all the bouncing and giggling I’ve been doing, I think I’ve indulged enough.”
With the funnel cake in her happy hands, Sam was free to order his food. Though his stomach would probably revolt later, he was happy ordering the fried Twinkies and Oreos and his corndogs with a strawberry lemonade to wash it all down. Leaning on the counter, Sam waited for his food, and smiled at Senay’s excitable chatter. “Don’t worry, sweetheart. My arms are mighty strong. I got you. We’ll save the cotton candy for the circus, but I’m inclined to steal some of your cake.” Leaning down, he pretended to take a bite from her fingers, stopping only when the paper trays with his food arrived. He passed the lemonade to Senay and scooped up everything else, carrying their treats to a group of picnic tables nearby. “You wanna try the Oreos, or are you stickin’ with what you got?”
"None for you…" Before she got too deeply into her funnel cake, and even before she had to side-eye Sam for trying to steal a bite, Senay asked for an order of french fries as well, balancing everything along with the lemonade on the short trip to the table. She nodded when Sam offered an Oreo, "I want one. I wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t give them a try." The fried cookies weren’t bad, she could still taste the chocolate and cream stuffed inside of the dough and the treat quickly gained her approval. "Get those away from me," she warned Sam, pushing the Oreos back in his direction. "I’m going to sit here and eat every single one of those if you let me."
"Mighta been my plan all along," he confessed, swinging their joined hands as they strolled over to concessions. "Make you stay. Make you hungry. All that goodness." Something fried was the phrase of the hour. Sam could smell the oil and something sweet, the closer they got to the stands. He could hear the growl of his stomach above the carnival noises and Sam laughed as they approached the counter. "Guess I was hungrier than I thought." Reaching into his back pocket, he pulled out his wallet and smiled down at Senay. "Get whatever you want, darlin’."
Senay nodded, giving Sam’s stomach a soft pat”That’s a damn good plan. I’m not sure I’ll be able to resist it. But let’s get something in your belly to calm all those noises.” Senay was hungry for several things, but funnel cake was a top priority and when Sam allowed her to get what she wanted, she tugged him in the direction of that stand first, having to wait only a few minutes in the short line before she had a paper plate of fried batter and powdered sugar all her own. “How much extra weight do you think you can hold?” She asked Sam as she tugged apart the treat. “Because I’ve got a feeling I’m going to have a few extra pounds for my trust steed to carry out of here by the time we’re done.”
Sam heaved a dramatic sigh as he chased more of those sweet presses. “I knew we’d have to part ways someday. I can’t compete with the circus.” Cupping her cheek, he deepened the kiss, tilting her head back and parting her pout with his lips, savoring her taste with a deep groan. He barely felt the rock and jolt of their cart as the Wheel came to a stop, far too concerned with curling an arm around her waist, keeping her close while coaxing more soft sounds from her throat. It was only after the irritated huff of the attendant did Sam finally pull away, lips curling into a smile as he teased her with a few light kisses. “Just something to remember me by, Junebug. I’ll be sure to look for ya in the papers.”
Senay gave little thought to she and Sam’s position or the soft moans drifting out of her that he had no trouble collecting. In fact, it took her several moments before she realized they were still again, and that it was time to exit the ride. Despite holding things up, she still was in no rush, claiming as they parted, “Give me a few more of those and I might consider staying…” A dopey grin lifted her lips as she exited the ride behind Sam, mumbling a halfhearted apology to the attendant as she took up her boyfriend’s hand again. “All of that just made me hungry,” she shared, giving Sam’s hip a soft bump as they walked. “But I’ll settle for food instead of what I really want. Let’s see about something fried.”
He could see the internal battle, her excitement building and he fought a smile when Senay shifted gears and sat back. Sam welcomed the nuzzle, tightening his hold around her shoulders and dipping his head to steal a kiss. “See, this? Yeah, I’m all about you taking advantage of me. Ride will be over soon, Seline. You’d better get these kisses in while you can.”
Senay cupped Sam’s cheek, smirking at his words and giving her head a soft shake before she leaned in for another kiss. There was no hurry, she was content to enjoy the full presses of their lips and the slight rocking motion of the ride as it moved through another cycle. “Think you’re the one who should be worried about getting your kisses,” she said between kisses. “Once I see that circus, I’m done with you, bae. I might just run away and join it.”
"I think I can agree with the piggyback terms. But you gotta at least try the fried Oreos first. They’re real good." Sam wasn’t expecting the bouncing, though he shouldn’t have been surprised. He simply gripped the bar and chuckled t her words, rushed and excited as they tumbled from her lips. "Yes, ma’am. Circus time. I mean, I can’t make the ride go faster, so we can just sit back and enjoy this Wheel O’Wonder we’ve found ourselves on."
"I’ll try the Oreos," Senay promised, "I have yet to meet a food I’m afraid of eating. so I’m in." There was a brief twinge of embarrassment when Senay realized that was fidgeting again. She couldn’t help the excitement but she could at least tone it down until their ride was over. "You’re right," she agreed, settling back into Sam’s hold and scooting closer to him. In the middle of a soft, affectionate nuzzle, she sighed, still smiling. "I might as well take advantage of some time to invade your space while I’ve got you here where no one else can reach you."
I think I may love you,
If you give me some time, maybe you’ll love me too…
Sam waited patiently while the attendant lowered the security bar before curling an arm around her shoulder. “So am I gonna have to roll you outta here? All that sugar, too. You’re gonna be hype as hell. I don’t know about candy apples, but definitely fries and cotton candy. Also a corndog. Maybe some fried Oreos. We’ll go all out.” The Wheel started up then with a groan and creak, turning slowly and giving them a perfect view of the fairgrounds. “I kinda love this, seeing all lights and stuff from the air. And look, you can see the circus tents.” Sam pointed to the far end at the large striped tents. “Think that’s big enough to house an elephant…”
Snuggling into Sam’s hold, Senay nodded, keeping a straight face as she answered. “I’d be lying if I said that I’ll definitely be able to walk out of here on my own. You’ll at least have to give me another piggyback ride. I’ll eat two candy apples so it’s like you’re having one with me but I’m not all too sure about those fried Oreos. Not sure how that works…” When the circus tents came into the view, the excitement that Senay felt on their drive came bubbling back up and their bucket rocked slightly as she leaned forward to claim a marginally better view. “There’s gotta be elephants in there. Those tents are huge! After we eat, it’s circus time, Evans,” she declared with a grin. “I need to get to those tents asaply.”
With an exaggerated (and loud) whinny, Sam was off, galloping in the direction of the Ferris Wheel, laughing when people darted out of their path. Breathless and bouncing her with every step, Sam stopped when they reached the line, earning a look from the bored attendant who ushered them towards the ride after Sam passed him the tickets. Glad to score a free seat, Sam bent at the knees to let Senay down. “Alright, baby. Let’s get on. ‘Cause I kinda want a fried Twinkie. Maybe two.”
Their trip to the ride was an exciting one, filled with more giggles and Senay holding onto her hat as Sam bounded through the crowd. He made a perfect steed and she thanked him with a kiss on the cheek as she moved back to her feet and got on the ride. “I’ve never had a fried Twinkie before, but now I’ve got to try one. I want to stuff myself silly before we go and I’m not going to feel bad about it at all. So funnel cake, a fried Twinkie…gotta have a candy apple, french fries, cotton candy…”
He loved seeing her laugh, almost as much as he enjoyed hearing it. Her whole face lit up and made him warm all over and Sam only used that as fuel to make her laugh harder at his silliness. The added weight on his back when they were leaving the ride caught him by surprise, but he gripped her thighs, bouncing her a bit as they marched down the steps and back to solid ground and walking through the large fairground. “Well there’s always the bumper cars, or the Ferris Wheel. You pick for us, Junebug. I’m just the trusty steed.”
Wrapping her arms around Sam’s neck, Senay peeked over his head to get a good look at the carnival around them. There were people milling about everywhere, music and sounds courtesy of the games they passed, and the tempting smell of fattening fried and sugary foods that stole her attention until she got a good look at the Ferris wheel. “Well, trusty steed, let’s hit the Ferris wheel first, then I think we should grab something to eat. I’ve got the worst craving for funnel cake right now.”
Full lips poked out in a small pout and he shook his head. “I gave you gold, Seine. That was some A plus pirate work. Just for that, I’m gonna give you all the pirate puns.” Settling on the ride, Sam enjoyed the back and forth motion that didn’t seem too fast when they were watching on the ground. But whizzing through the air, he had to wonder if his beanie was still attached. It was easy to forget about his hat, with Senay making adorably silly faces and Sam leaned in, close enough to flick her nose and make terrible puns about pirate booty. They were getting looks, but he didn’t care. As long as she was happy and smiling, he wasn’t focused on anyone else.
"Pirate puns? That’s not even a good threat. I love puns." On the ride, Senay showed off her affinity for the silly jokes, and Sam’s puns earned plenty of laughter even if she forced a frown at the flicks against her nose. By the time the ride ended, Senay’s cheeks were flushed and a little sore from all the laughter but she hardly cared. Following Sam off the ride and down a short set of stairs, she she used the momentary height advantage to hope onto his back. "I can see better from up here," she explained, "There’s so much here, I want to do it all at once. Where should we go next, Cowboy?"
He had a feeling working off some of that energy would’ve been essential. A crooked grin tugged at his lips, at Senay’s suggestion just as he curled an arm around her shoulders while they walked towards the line. “It’s not too long a wait,” Sam pointed out. “Gives me plenty of time to practice my pirate voice. Arrrrrrrrrrgh.” That earned a few chuckles from the people in line and Sam smiled down at his girlfriend. “Think I could pull off an eyepatch, Junebug?”
Sam’s quick pirate impression made Senay giggle, a soft sound that she pressed to his side before looking up at him a stifled smile. She always enjoyed it when he was silly. “I think you still need some work, babe. You can practice more on the ride.” Soon, the ride stopped and allowed a new group of passengers to board it, including Sam and Senay who found seats in the back row. Her giggles continued through the back and forth swinging of the ride, but she made time to make faces at her companion just because it felt like the proper thing to do.
"I like seeing you happy," Sam replied simply. "Plan on makin’ it happen, much as I can." His thumb smoothed over the top of her hand while the other gripped the steering wheel. The sign for ‘Fellini Bros. Circus’ was up ahead and Sam could already spot the traffic at the turn. The tents and carnival rides were visible from the highway and by the time he’d followed the line of cars into the large parking lot, even he had to admit he was excited. After finding a good parking spot, Sam hopped down from the truck and jogged around to open Senay’s door, his hand still clasped with hers as they walked towards the admissions and ticket booth. He paid their fees and passed the ride tickets to her with a smile. "Alright, Miz Junebug. What d’you wanna do first?"
"I won’t object to that. I’ve got plenty of plans to keep you happy, too." Brown eyes brightened when the carnival finally came into view, and Senay picked up her bouncing just where she left off, practically hopping out of the car once they parked. There was far too much to look at once they stepped through the entrance, and Senay had trouble picking a place a start but she settled on a pendulum ride nearby, pointing to the giant pirate ship a few steps away. "We’ll start off with something easy," she suggested, holding tightly to Sam’s hand as she led them to a place in line for the ride, "Get a few rides in before we start to really explore. I need to get some of this energy out that I’ve got."