Former teacher

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I had a music teacher from kindergarten to 5th grade named Mrs. Mann. I didn't see her again or think of her for years, until one day in about 11th grade, my friend and I were walking in our hometown (same town as where our school had been). I see a car drive past us and can only see the silhouttes of the two people in the front seat, but notice the passenger's curly hair - that's it. I had not seen Mrs. Mann in 6 years, but jokingly pointed and said, "Hey, that looks like Mrs. Mann from the back!" and incredibly, as we walked closer we realized it was her. We both cracked up/freaked out.
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Date submitted:Thu, 19 Aug 2021 03:31:52 +0000Coincidence ID:11619