A Bailey Legacy

Tis rather delicious

Amaretto on Ice (Part 1)

Amaretto on Ice (Part 1)

I’d always been a hands on kind of girl.  Getting dirty and grubby didn’t matter to me because the end result was more than often satisfactory.Screenshot-2637Since I’d never particularly been a lover of the outdoors.  I preferred to stay inside and read a good work, although I wasn’t as much as a bookworm as my older brother, Murphy, was.   Screenshot-2278I enjoyed computer games too, which I was told made me a bit of a nerd, not that I really cared.Screenshot-2295As for other other labels, well, since I fancied girls I guess that may have made me a lesbian too.  Cade Macklamoor was one of my housemates in the first year of University, and she was quite easily the most stunning girl I had ever met.Screenshot-2452I tried to mask out my feelings for a while, and flirted with one of our male housemates, Stephen Brackney, before I eventually found out that he fancied my sister, Malibu.Screenshot-2446She fancied him too, but from getting to know him I realised he was a bit of a flirt, so I advised Murphy to warn Malibu off him (I could have done it myself, but I knew things are a lot more final coming from your big brother).Screenshot-2447I couldn’t help but look out for my siblings.  My parents weren’t exactly the best role models, being too interested in their own fitness and careers to look after us properly when we were growing up.  Their neglect (and Mum’s abuse) affected Jameson the most.   No wonder why he started drinking whilst he was in high school.  I was happy when he started putting all his ambition into sport, instead of damaging his body.Screenshot-2196Whenever Jameson threw a party during University, I made sure to come along, just to keep an eye on things.  I even ended up volunteering to cook the food for one party, despite I wasn’t exactly a Master Chef, like my Grandmother, Irish, had apparently been.  I was surprised that such a big crowd had turned up, considering it was raining like mad.Screenshot-2395Luckily I didn’t poison anyone with my food, or at least anyone I was aware of.Screenshot-2404By the time the party has reached its peak, Cade had still not made an appearance despite I had openly invited her.  I quickly checked my phone for any missed calls or texts, but the only notification flashing up on the screen was a reminder for me to feed my animals on my virtual zoo game.

With a sigh, I stuffed my phone back into my bag  and headed towards the “juice” keg, where Jameson happened to be.  A few drinks wouldn’t hurt, I decided.Screenshot-2424A few cups later, I soon forgot about my worries as I slid into the delicious warmth of the hot-tub.Screenshot-2420I got home sometime after midnight, my head spinning and soaked to the bone thanks to a mixture of rain water and my idiocy for thinking it would be a grand idea to throw my clothes on top of my wet bikini.

Clambering up the stairs, and somehow managing to make it up without falling back down, I spotted Cade making her way across the landing towards the bathroom.  Talk about convenient timing.

‘Cade! Where have you been?  You missed the best party ever!” I lied, playfully nudging my fist against her arm.  Even to me, my words sounded a bit slurred, so it was a surprise that Cade answered my question without asking me to repeat myself.

‘Sorry, I err, had some studying to do.’Screenshot-2668

Studying?  As if that wasn’t the oldest excuse in the book, my drunken brain managed to convince me.  She had cottoned on to my secret, obviously, and was trying to turn me down in the politeness was possible, the bitch.

‘Oh come on.’  The words poured out from my mouth before I could stop them. ‘Just admit it, you know I’m a dyke… that’s why you didn’t want to come.’

And the words kept gushing out.

‘Shit, I’m an idiot for thinking you would feel the same way….”Screenshot-2664‘Erm… I think you’ve had a bit too much to drink,’ Cade said, or at least I think she did.Screenshot-2665The room started to spin faster, and the I was no longer standing.  The ceiling was the last thing I recall seeing before I blacked out.  Screenshot-2478

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