Step One Is Admitting You Have A Problem
Hi, your name is me and you have a problem.
You walk in, she greets you and oh — that neck of hers. She's gorgeous, as usual. Not like, you know, gorgeous, because she's the teacheress after all and that would be plain wrong on so many levels, but it's damn well her neck that comes to mind if you would ever consider doing photography with a live model. Whoa, look at all the muscles and veins and muscles coming out to play when she voices her welcomes to the rest in today's lesson and moves through the room to set back all the chairs in a somewhat orderly manner, and you can only stare. You actually come to a standstill, dead in your tracks, and you stare at her slender neck like a drooling toddler. This is wickedly intriguing. Not the perverted kind, but the kind of interesting when looking at Geefs' "Génie".
By the way, you are not in love with her because how old are you. This isn't kindergarten.
This is not the first time you've seen her today, she came in d