2 years ago both of our kids were in peewee football. He and I started talking, having never met each other before we found we had so much in common. We talked everyday at practice and game days. I developed a crush on him, I didn't say anything to anyone. He is 16 years older than I am. He has 3 grown daughters and a 10 yr. old son. I have 2 sons 11 and 7, we are both married. We had made a couple of "harmless" bets about the NFL playoffs. (You know back rubs, foot massages.) It was Jan 16th I had taken my 2 boys to his house to play with his son. He and I were sitting on the couch watching t.v. while the kids were upstairs playing. I got up from the couch and when I came back his right arm was extended along the back of the couch. I saw my opportunity, so I took it. I sat on the couch leaned back right into his arm. He and I joked around and were very playful. He called my name when I looked at him he leaned in and kissed me. I have never been kissed like that before. Such a simple kiss, yet with the passion of a great love story. He and I continued this the next night when I went back to his house. We talked for hours upon hours. We found we had so much in common despite the age difference. He was unhappy as was I. We started the relationship off as friends, so I was terrified to lose that friendship. As that set in my mind, I also wanted to explore this new found love. That's what has happened. I have fallen in love with him, as he has fallen in love with me. We both told our spouses what we had done. We promised to stop seeing each other, but haven't. Since then he had spent every morning at my house after my husband left for work. I was so happy, so was he. Then he got a different job so our mornings ended. We email, talk on the phone, and see each other a lot. I live about 4 minutes away from him and sneak over there whenever I can. We will also meet after work and discuss our future together. Both of our spouses know that the marriage is over, now it's just how to move out and move on. I never thought I could love or be loved like I am now.
Thanks for reading-- His Baby Doll