she's certainly cute and seems really nice, but I can't get over the age difference.
The first day I met a gorgeous young man who is in my unit and offices next to me.
He immediately seemed different from other people but was very helpful, kind, and always smiling at me. So I attempted to friend him on Facebook but after two days and no response I took it off.
I told her that we can be together, unhinge our temptations, and enjoy one another, but that someday I'll probably want to go back to dating younger women for the prospect of having a family, and she understood. We're still seeing one another and even though she seems a little strange (she absolutely adores me, and she Friend requested my mom, whom she's never met--I wasn't too happy and told my mom it was accidental), we have good conversation, I enjoy her affection, and I make her happy.
Aside from her "grabbby", highly affectionate personality, I'm a little uneasy of how things will play out because: 1) Her son has ADHD and acts insane when I'm present.
Both of her kids are so clingy to her and disruptive.
If you're gonna dip your pen in the company inkwell, you MUST do it right. I have a co-worker with whom I'm work chums (we're not bosom buddies but we like each other at work- I'm sure you've had one).He ended a long-term relationship last year (non live-in) and I was glad when he said he'd met someone who really "did it for him"- bright, vivacious, intellectual and, I just learned when I met her- 19 years old. (He's technically a professor but he's non-teaching, so she's not ever going to be in any of his classes, so that's not an issue.) Hmmm...She let it slip to me (I'm 28 FWIW) when she had had one too many beers at a party exacting a promise that I wasn't to tell our mother.Well I told my older sister and she told my mother so technically I didn't tell but my mother doesn't know what to do.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.