100 Drabbles of Summer – 68. Picture of silhouettes jumping off pier

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68 Picture of silhouettes jumping off pier

“We’re an easy target,” Naomi cautioned her friend. 

“Who cares?”  James was already removing shoes and shirt, stashing them beneath a nearby bench.  “Come on, Naomi.  It’s midnight.  There’s a ladder right over there.  It’s warmer than it’s been in ages.”

“It’s April.  Late April.”

“It was eighty today.  Live a little.”

Naomi glanced over at his hopeful face and swore.  “One time,” she said.  “That’s it.”

James watched as she stepped out of her jeans and pulled her shirt over her head, looking around for people.  Hand in hand, they sprinted off the dock and into the water below. 

Naomi Williams and James Knox.  Original characters.

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