"Let's go, we'll be late." I called to Rick who was still under the sheets. Raymond already left for class, while I was still here trying to get my boyfriend to stand up and get ready for school.
I sat on the edge of the bed and stroked his hair. "Hey, come on?" I asked sweetly. Rick wrapped his arms on my waist and tackled me to bed. He hovered above me and gave me a smirk.
His lips met mine and his hands slowly made way under my shirt.
"We have class." I said when he pulled away to breathe.
He shook his head and kissed me again, his lips started to trace down my jaw, to my neck. I wrapped my legs around him which encouraged him to go further.
"Class?" I said weakly.
He found my lips once more a kissed me intensely, nibbling on my lips, his tongue played with mine. I could feel his bulge under my jeans as I wrapped my legs tighter around him.
"We have to go to class." I mustered up all my will and pushed him away from me. I was panting and my jeans were tight and my bulge was throbbing but we have to get to class.
"I really can't change your mind" he finally spoke.
"Nope." I shook my head as I stood and straightened my clothes. "Now go get ready."
We moved together a week after graduation. The matter with his father didn't get any better but at least he let us take Raymond. Their mother though, was very supportive. So was my parents who gave us the lovely house we live now, not far from A-University.
Rick got rejected during the basketball tryouts for being gay but the team captain saw him play during PE and was impressed, and recruited him. Rick now is applying for varsity scholarship.
I, on the other hand, is freshmen representative and is part of the school paper. Yes, again. This time as a writer, but soon, I hope I could become an editor. But we'll see, for now we're doing everything one day at a time.
I watched as Rick emerged from the bathroom, putting on his jeans.
"like what you see?" He grinned.
I smiled at him as he put on his shirt and sling his backpack on his shoulder. I stood up and took his hand, as we make our way out the door.