Soap Opera "As The Mouse Moves" - Monday September 17th 2001
"Hi Honey," Stanley said as he stood in the doorway of Tiffany's apartment overlooking Washington Square Park.
"Stanley I wasn't expecting you to stop by this morning," Starlene said as her older lover walked into the entrance of her sister Tiffany's apartment that they shared near Washington Square Park.
"Is Tiffany home?" Stanley asked aroused at the sight of her thin short T-shirt that barely covered her long legs.
"No, she's already gone to work," Starlene said.
"Good then we'll catch up," he said taking her into his arms as he felt the T-shirt pull upward towards her waist.
"I don't…" she started to say as he kissed her fully on the mouth as he grasped her by her upper thighs pulling her closer to him.
Skeeter listened as he sat on the sofa in the living room waiting to hear the front door close.
"Stanley, it's not a good time," Starlene said as she broke free of his embrace.
"Come on honey, it won't take long," he said pulling her towards him.
"No…Stanley. I mean I've got company in the living room now," she said in a hushed voice.
"Who?" he asked looking at her bare legs as she quickly pulled the T-shirt down.
"Skeeter's here," she whispered.
"Hello," Skeeter said walking around the corner surprising the older man.
"Hello. I wasn't expecting to see you here," Stanley said.
"I stopped by to see my wife," Skeeter said extending his hand.
"Good to see you," Stanley said shaking hands with Skeeter as Starlene walked towards the living room.
"Ya'll come on in," Starlene called out in her southern accent as she walked down the hallway.
Stanley closed the front door and followed Skeeter towards the living room.
"Have a seat Stanley," Starlene said sitting down on the sofa crossing her legs and tugging on her T-shirt.
"I guess I should get to work," Skeeter said walking towards the coffee table and picking up the newspaper he had brought over.
"You've seen today's paper?" Stanley asked.
"Has Tiffany seen it yet?" Stanley asked.
"I don't know. That's why I stopped by, so I could talk to her," Skeeter said.
"Seems the sister that doesn't want the publicity is getting it all," Stanley said laughing.
"Maybe Tiffany knows exactly what she's doing too," Skeeter said starting to walk towards the door.
"I hope I didn't interrupt family business or anything," Stanley asked.
"No. I was going to take Starlene out to breakfast, but I guess I should get to work," Skeeter said as he stopped to turn and look at Stanley.
"It was nice seeing you," Stanley said.
"Come on Skeeter. You can stay and we'll all go out to breakfast," Starlene suggested.
"No, thanks Baby. I'll leave you and Stanley alone," he said turning to leave.
"She's right, we can all go out to breakfast," Stanley said.
"Well…." Skeeter hesitated. "I thought you might want to be alone with Starlene," Skeeter said smiling as the young girl got up from the sofa and walked towards him. The sun from the window revealed her young voluptuous body under the thin white T-shirt as she walked barefoot on the hardwood floor.
"I do want to be with Starlene, and I will. We can wait until after breakfast though, can't we honey?" Stanley asked smiling as he watched her hips move as she walked towards her estranged brother-in-law.
"Sure! Stay Skeeter," she said.
CONTINUED TOMORROW. MORE SOAP PHOTOS BELOW.