Just HappyMicky smiled softly when Davy cuddled further into his side as they watched an old western on the television set. Micky's arm was draped protectively over the shorter man's shoulders as they watched, neither currently possessing a care in the entire world. Peter and Mike were out buying groceries, leaving the couple to themselves for a few hours.Just Happy by summercarntspel
Sighing contently, the younger let his head drop onto Micky's chest, offering a small smile back. Even though Davy had built himself quite a reputation as a ladies' man, it was Micky that he'd been secretly pining for since he'd met him. And, as of four months and twenty-six days before, their status as best friends blossomed into something much more than that.
"You okay, babe?" the older inquired, pressing his lips to the top of Davy's head briefly, "You seem out of it, kinda."
The short Brit only nodded and wrapped his arm around Micky's chest, looking into his eyes for a moment, "M'fine, love, honest. Just.... I dunno, just happy, I guess."
Independence Day"Doesn't it sound like fun?" Micky chuckled, running his fingers through Davy's soft hair.Independence Day by summercarntspel
It was the fourth of July, so they'd been doing traditional things all day. Mike had even cooked hotdogs and hamburgers on the grill for dinner. He and Peter had retired to the house by then, though, probably cuddled up and whispering on the couch while Davy and Micky sat in the sand and watched the fireworks being set off in the distance.
With a shrug, Davy smiled and leaned into the older Monkee, pressing his lips to Micky's sweetly. It wasn't his first Independence Day, but it was the first one he shared with Micky as his boyfriend rather than just his best friend. Micky had just finished telling Davy all about what his family did on the fourth when he was little. "It does, I suppose."
They fell into a comfortable silence after that, the younger slowly curling up into his boyfriend's chest as the fireworks lit up the sky down the beach. There was a calmness to the salty sea air, one that embra