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03/11/2010

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Gail,
You and your sweetie are a great testament to teenage love that can last. Bob did find courage and he is happily married. I found my truest love, married at eighteen and we were happily married forty plus years. Let's hear it for teenage love that lasts!

Lynn,
Yes, it was a simple solution for the moment...but it didn't cure my broken heart! You gotta give Moms credit for trying.

Tiffany,
Yes, there's lots to learn at school besides academics. He is happily married now and he and Joe actually became friends. I love sweet endings.

Oh, teenage love most definitely does exist and it can last, too! I was 17 when I met my Bob--he was 19 and we have been together nearly 40 years now, even more in love!

By the way, do you know whatever happened to the Bob who broke your heart? It would be interesting to learn what happened to him--and hopefully he will have gained some "courage" along the way...

Great story, indeed. Simple solutions too! I love it! Thanks for sharing.

What a great story! High school is rough but so many growth opportunities to be had. I can't believe he didn't even have the nerve to ride the bus! Ha.

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