A Sight To Behold

When I was first married, my wife and I moved away from our families. My wife's sister came to stay with us the week after we had our first child. Early one morning, my wife went to the store. Shortly after that, I heard the shower turn on, and I instantly knew that my sister-in-law was taking a shower. As I lay in bed, I couldn't stop thinking about taking a peek. So, I walked down the hallway and carefully turned the knob. I pushed the door open just a crack. We had a see-through shower curtain, and I could see her reflection in the mirror. She was a sight to behold. My mistake was that the reflection of her body was not enough for me. I pushed the door open just a little further so I could see her without using the mirror. When I did, she caught the movement of the door from the corner of her eye. She turned and jumped. I played it off like I thought that my wife was in the shower, but I could tell she didn't buy it. I don't know if she ever told my wife. My wife has never mentioned it to me.

— Cole, 33