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Auntie Kitties Diary – 2019-05-31
“But Auntie,” said my little niece Sally, “He’s been teasing me again. He keeps coming in our tent!”
I do so love this time of year. Young cousins and nieces and nephews often come by and stay over. I have two large tents in the garden. One for the boys and one for the girls. With the warm weather comes the long weekends when the parents want to get away and I make my house available. It’s large and I love to see the family, after all.
Here in Huckleberry Close the shade trees at the end of the garden keep it cool, but the garden is otherwise bathed in sunshine. They often sit out and picnic, or just lounge around.
Sally, though, is an object of deep curiosity to my younger nephews. David, for one, keeps ‘surprising’ her as she’s changing. It’s most distressing for the girl. I have finally formulated a plan for her.
“Sally,” I said gently. “If he teases you, then you need to tease him right on back.”
“But what do you mean,” she said with a puzzled frown.
“Well, I assure you if you dress in a certain way his mouth will hang open in shock, rather than say things that you find hurtful.”
“Oh,” she said. “I think I know what you mean.”
There was a fashion magazine on the coffee table in front of me. It was open at a page showing some very expensive lingerie, and her eyes slipped down to it.
“But I can’t afford anything like that,” she said. “I don’t get so much from my job after school.”
“Well, perhaps I can help,” I said and opened my purse. It’s been a good month. I gave her some cash and said to her, “just get something simple. Be sure it’s bright in color, probably red. And when he see’s you, don’t look shocked. Look him in the eyes.”
“And then what?” she asked uncertainly.
“And then tell him to come to you. I assure you he will.”
“And then give him some of your panties to put on. Tell him, if he likes what he sees he can have more of it – but only if he does as you tell him.”
Sally is going to be a very interesting study. I will let you know how she goes. She’s just left the house to cycle down to the mall. Shopping can be such an exciting thing for a young girl, don’t you think?
I’ll keep you informed.
Your favorite auntie,