This chapter contains scenes that I probably should
put the adult content warning up for. I'm not going to,
but seriously, if you're under 18 I wouldn't look at the
pictures. They hint towards adult content, although
nothing is mentioned. You may get offended if you're
over 18 too, you have been warned.
Taylor hadn't been one Kaity felt she could confide in. It wasn't that she wasn't close with her mother, it was that she worried too much. Shaena would just talk through what she'd seen with her, whereas Taylor would 'see the dangers' involved. This was one she couldn't talk to Shaena about, for obvious reasons.
"It's about a dream."
"Say... Say you saw something bad. But it wouldn't happen for like, ten years or something like that, and everything that happens to that person that leads to that point is good... Do you tell that person? Warn them, possibly making the time leading up to it bad... Or do you just wait?" Kaity wasn't sure if she'd made any sense, but she didn't know how to phrase it.
"I don't know. What's this about? Maybe if I had some more infor..."
"No. I'm not telling details." Kaity interrupted. "Just hypothetically. Say I saw... That Layla was going to leave Luis in ten years, and she'd take with her 3 kids. Do I tell Luis, forcing him to decide whether to leave her now, or be happy for 10 years, enjoy having children and then face the hurt? Or do I just keep it to myself and be there for him as a shoulder to cry on?" Taylor could see her daughter was torn. These dreams may have helped in some situations, but she'd never seen this far ahead as far as Taylor knew, that made things harder.
"I'd just be there for him." She finally replied. "I know it's tempting to butt in and save him before he gets hurt, but there's always that small chance he won't believe you, and resent you for those ten years. Ultimately making it harder to come to you when it goes wrong." Kaity nodded. She'd had a feeling it was the best way to do things, but speaking with her mother had helped her desicion along. Shaena would be hurt that she'd not been told sooner, but it would let her have some happiness, and Kaity would be there to pick up the pieces later.
"I did." She had no idea what to say, what if he was just asking her as a friend? "We had fun." Myles was just smiling. Grinning, almost. "What? Why are you smiling?"
"You're so insecure. Yes. I asked you to dance. Yes, we had fun. But you didn't invite me over to tell me what I already know, did you?"
"The most secure." Myles corrected, inwardly laughing at his friends struggle to even talk around him anymore. His feelings had changed since they started high school as much as he was sure hers had, but that didn't mean it had to be difficult to talk.
"Look, Rose. I like you." Rose's heart sank. "Like, like you, like you." And rose again, beating a thousand times a second, she was sure she was about to faint.
"Like me, like me?" She breathed, judging the distance to the nearest chair, should her legs give out like she was sure they were about to.
"Are you ok?"
"Uh-huh." Rose breathed back. She couldn't open her eyes. She could still feel her lips tingling, and she wanted to kiss him again. Her heart was still beating too fast, and her legs were shaking now. She thanked God he'd wrapped his arms around her now, as he was the only thing keeping her standing.
"YES!" Kaity spun around, shocked at the screaming coming from her sister. She'd not been spying on them, but had known what was going on anyway. But it had never ended like this, Rose had always asked Myles, what was different?
"Anyway... As I was saying... Just be yourself, promise, everything ends up well." The doorbell rang before Taylor could answer. "That's her! Go get 'er, Mum!" Kaity joked, patting Taylor on the back as she walked towards the door.
"Hey." Bebe smiled, and held on to Taylors hands when she went to pull them away. They'd been friends for a few years now, and they both knew they wanted more. Same-sex relationships weren't common in Sunset Valley, and although there was no stigma attached, neither girl liked being the centre of attention.
"Hey, yourself." Taylor responded, shyly.
"Look, are we gunna do this, or what?" Bebe was more upfront, she'd had relationships in the past, and Taylor was embarrassed to admit that in her late 30's she'd never even kissed someone.
Also, changed Kaity's eyebrows incase anyone noticed ;)
And, awww, I now have all the love stories sorted, I may not bring them up again, but they are happening.
Taylor was originally going to be straight, and have her kids via normal method, until she aged to YA. When she did, she got constant love letters from women, and date invites from women, and attractions to women. Either my town is REALLY short of men, or my game is being realistic. :)
I updated the 'behind the scenes' section, by the way. And I've renamed it 'behind the scenes gen 1-3' because the page is getting waaay too long. Will start a new one gen 4, and aim to have less outtakes. :| Lol!
And, would anyone be interested if I uploaded my sims for download? I have them all. I save them all on their YA birthday's just 'cuz. If anyone wants any, they'll have to tell me how to upload them. I'm not very clever.
Kaity is off bounds until she's finished her gen. All the teens are off bounds right now, as they're not saved yet, but anyone else from any other gen... (I'll try and remember all CC, or just change their outfits if they're wanted)