Girlfriend Fixes the Husband Problem
“I told you I’d take care of your husband.”
“I thought you meant you had something on him. Would blackmail him.”
Paige gestured at the ponyman pulling the carriage.
“This is better, don’t you think?”
Her girlfriend almost strangled herself in laughter.
Black-haired Danielle thought back to the day she met Ernest. He seemed so strong and handsome. Not aware of her true orientation, her atypical needs, she was swiftly seduced. They married.
Danielle grew dissatisfied. Something necessary seemed omitted. She did not know what. Ernest sensed her feelings.
His new wife’s disenchantment angered him. He would drink too much, spending the evening shouting curses at her.
The gym became one of Danielle ‘s safe places. There she met Paige. Paige was strong, smart and gorgeous. Danielle envied Paige’s confidence.
Again, she was seduced. Paige – another woman – was what her life lacked. Danielle avoided home. Soon she spent every night in Paige’s bed.
She went home for some clothes. Ernest was there. He hit her. Punched his wife in the eye. She fled.
Seeing her lover’s black eye enraged Paige. Danielle finally admitted she needed to divorce Ernest. He resisted. Paige said she would deal with the “husband problem.”
The next day Paige presented Danielle with divorce papers signed by Ernest. She never explained how she persuaded him (blackmail). The divorce did not satisfy her need to punish him for hitting Danielle .
A month later, an aunt died. Paige was her heir. Plenty of money and a farm. The women visited. Her aunt never farmed. Only landscaped: mini-gardens of multi-hued flora and an impeccable lawn.
The women moved to the estate. Paige quit her job. Danielle freelanced over the web. She kept working to maintain self-esteem.
The barn contained a carriage but no horses to pull it. Paige interviewed gardeners. None pleased her.
Danielle went to New York for a meeting with a client. Paige promised to find a gardener and an animal to pull the carriage.
Danielle returned four days later. As the car passed the estate’s entry, Paige asked her if she would like to go on a carriage ride. Danielle wanted to change clothes. She would meet Paige at the barn door.
Discovering Ernest bound to the front of the carriage was a stupendous surprise. Her mind went numb. Paige had to help her up to the carriage seat. A flick of the horsewhip started the carriage forward.
“He will also be an excellent gardener. I fixed him myself. And prepared him a stall in the barn.” (Danielle later learned that fixed was euphemism for castrated.)
Speechless, Danielle could only hug Paige tightly. That night she made sure her girlfriend had the best and most orgasms ever.
The next day Danielle went to examine her ex-husband more closely. He avoided her eyes. Angry, she kicked him so hard, he fell.
Her bladder overloaded with morning coffee, she urinated on the ponyman’s face. Urine hid his tears.
His former wife laughed. Satisfied she left him in the stinking mud.
That was the last time she treated him as anything other than a horse. Whenever she giggles, he assumes he is the cause of her mirth.