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Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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I'm separated, having been reduced to a non-working man last year. My partner found herself another man (a work colleague). Recently, I was in town, when I spotted a familiar face. She was in a cafe. My Maths teacher at school (I was 16 then, she was 35), Mrs Gordon. She was alone, so I approached. I told her who I was, and she asked if I was on my own. I accepted the invitation to sit down and chat. I'm now 50, so she must be 69, but she looked amazing. Her slim face was a bit older, and her hair silver-blonde, but she was very well. We chatted about life, the weather, etc. I then asked why I hadn't seen her since I left school. She had been married, and moved away a few years after I left. She was now a widow, and had returned to the area for retirement reasons. I joked that she didn't look old enough. "Really?" she said, as she sipped her coffee. I realised that she had been crossing and uncrossing her shapely legs. Her summer dress was very slimming. I also noted her hard nipples on the bust. "You do look amazing," I said. "I always secretly crushed on you at school." I had forgotten myself in the moment, and felt a bit embarrassed. "Oh thank you." she replied. "Are you free today?" I nodded. "Then how would you like to see where I live?" We finished up quickly. She told me she had bussed in, so we took my car to her place. It was a flat in a new part of town. She had moved into the top floor. As soon as we were inside, we were making love. She admitted she had come into town because a mutual friend had told her that one of her former students had always gone on about her, and he still lived in the same area. That was me. Her dress had covered a thong, and nothing else. Her body was very supple. We enjoyed a few hours together. Age is nothing when you put your mind to it. Whilst recovering in bed, she asked if I would like to come and stay. I said that would be great. I had been into town simply for something to do. I found her. Now I'm thinking this could be another door opening in my life.

Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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I'm guessing you wrote this and posted it here preliminary to sending it elsewhere? I'm not sure the Penthouse Forum is looking for stories of geriatric encounters, and it's a little short for Literotica. Good luck, though.

Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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It sounds cool! Good luck in your new relationship.

Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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You have earned the right to happiness. Good luck!

Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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Thank you to those of you who offered a positive reply. I was quite surprised by her reappearance. I live in Essex, England. "Mrs Gordon" is not her real name, because obviously there is some discretion involved. My wife left in 2019, when a colleague she admired for many years admitted he had feelings for her. I must admit we had got together due to being in the same firm, and sharing a number of interests. However, she was opinionated, and had begun to become rude and a bit withdrawn; her colleague admitted his feelings for her in mid 2019. I've been happier since, although events meant I couldn't do much social stuff for a long time, except social media, work, etc. My teacher is called Sue, she turns 70 in August, so she wants me to go away on holiday to an island in Scotland. Meanwhile we're planning my move into her flat.

Should I allow former teacher back in my life?

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Moving in already? Yikes man, slow down. She’s a rebound. You may be her rebound. Fact is, you two don’t really know each other. Take some time on this. Goid luck.

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