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"At one point, I tutored Chris and remember being impressed at how witty this kid was, how capable, and what a good writer he was," says Woolston."Later, we had an assignment where we were both the graders for one teacher, and that was spectacularly fun.
It may be a trend on the upswing: Thanks to higher divorce rates and higher percentages of people who have never married, today 40 percent of the 97 million Americans 45 or older are single.
With me they got great cooking, a settled home, and a bonding of souls who had so many common interests," not the least of which was rock and roll.
Whether this kind of romance leads to a happy marriage, of course, may depend on luck or destiny.
For Blythe Woolston, it probably has been a bit of both.
In the late 1980s, the Montana writer was a teacher at The Writing Center in Billings.
It turned out that he felt the same way, and after he finished his master's degree in biology, they married.