Hey Mrs. Robinson.....  

canuhandle1968 50F
2015 posts
8/17/2006 9:43 pm

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Hey Mrs. Robinson.....

I have a friend in Iraq, a Marine, who is coming home soon. This is a guy I've watched transform from a kid into a great man... He used to work with me as a housekeeper. The 2nd child of many (I think 8 at that time), he joined the Corps to get out of small-town and find a life.

We've been good friends since I met him... He called the day before he shipped out and we talked on the phone for 3 hours. He was drunk when he called, but by the end of the conversation, he had sobered up. He admitted to me that he was scared. I assured him that I'd write and send a care package when I could.

I wrote every week, mainly to gossip and keep him caught up on the residents he'd gotten attached to... sent a care package.

In that phone call and his drunken state of mind, he told me a few times that I was the perfect woman... regardless of the age difference... and that sometimes he thought of me "differently". I didn't really respond because I knew he was drunk. He told me he'd appreciate letters, and asked if he could take me to dinner "if" he came back. I reassured him he would come back, and I'd be glad to go to dinner with him.

Our residents made a Welcome Home banner for him and I contacted the wife of one of his friends at his home base for an address to send it to and asked her if she would hang it for him so he'd have a little piece of home when he got back to the US. He emailed and told me she accidentally spilled the surprise and that he was grateful and was looking forward to seeing it. Also said that he couldn't wait to get "home" so he could take me to dinner....

I'm really looking forward to seeing him and going to dinner with him. I feel a little strange about the age difference, but I have no problem being around him or with him. He's a great man... The possibility of a "relationship" with him is pretty non-existant... BUT........ if things take a turn toward the sexual side, do you think it's a little weird... the age difference is 16 years............. (maybe my best bet is not to indulge in alcohol...lol )

ShyntheCurious 55M/53F

8/18/2006 3:03 am

As a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, I recommend you fuck this Devil Dog silly.

Trust me, for him, the age difference ain't no thang.


canuhandle1968 replies on 8/18/2006 7:58 am:
Semper Fi Curious...!!!! I was married to the Corps for 9 years I was actually thinking the same thing...

GraspCrownRusts 47M
780 posts
8/18/2006 2:44 pm

Relax and have a good time. Enjoy his company. Enjoy the evening. If he gets so lucky as it goes any further... mmmm... let's just say, he'll have something to remember a lifetime...

lucky dayum marine dude... lol

canuhandle1968 replies on 8/25/2006 5:35 am:
I really am lookin' forward to hearing from him... I guess we'll just wait and see.......

Catdoc2000 58M

8/19/2006 8:07 pm

I'm 12yrs 5mos older than my wife and we've been married 14yrs even if I'm still too wild for her! LOL The age difference presents challenges but attitude makes up for allot. Just relax and have some fun! He may have been dreaming about this since he left but if he's a good man he will cherish your time together whatever it brings...

canuhandle1968 replies on 8/25/2006 5:41 am:
He did call me at work one day after a group of his buddies in their convoy got blown into and washed down the river... Told me that comin' home to take me to dinner kept him from freakin' completely out. I think our real common ground is that although I wasn't a Marine, I was a Marine wife, and I understand...a lot about the Corps... Do you remember comin' home from deployment and seeing all the "Welcome Home" banners along the fences... I got our Activities Director here at work to get the residents together and make one of those for him... All the residents signed it, they painted it, etc. I contacted a Marine wife over at Pendleton and shipped it to her to hang up for him. She couldn't keep the secret and told him what we'd done. I got an email from him telling me how much he appreciated it (he was rather attached to a lot of these old folks), and how much better he'd feel rollin' into the gates at Pendleton knowing he'd have a banner to look for... Told me he'd feel even better when he got to Oklahoma to take me out... We'll see.......

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