Oh Mark, you never give up. Good job. Err, please go away.
I feel like I should have gotten this via Constant Contact and that it should have more graphics, hearts and smiley faces.
From the Desk of Mark:
As I write this letter
[insert generic name here], do you find yourself looking for a man who is quietly self-assured, comfortable with himself and others, compassionate, open, honest, and not afraid to show affection? Are you looking for someone who can intellectualize and philosophize and yet still have a good sense of humor and be boyishly enthusiastic about having fun? Are you looking for someone who stays in shape without being a fanatic about it? Do you desire a man who is well traveled and experienced with other cultures (like you, I have traveled to many countries)? Are you looking for someone who also loves the outdoors? Most importantly, are you looking for an accomplice in life who can show initiative, take the lead without demanding to have it, and is willing to share life, and to work at keeping a relationship alive and well for the long term?
Would you allow him to be who he is and realize that a woman having her own interests is a definite plus? Are you smart enough to not try changing him? Are you a woman who doesn’t demand constant substantial outlays of cash to keep her entertained…you mostly like the simple, quiet things as opposed to the elaborate and ostentatious (you don’t seem to like your job too much, do you?). You have a good sense of humor and love to laugh a lot–which you will do easily and often with me if we’re the right person for each other.
Does this sound like your perfect day? Getting up not-too-late with your ideal man, going for a morning horseback ride and coming back to an outdoor cafe breakfast. Then, going to the mountains for a few hours–and including lunch. Maybe a bike ride–or a nap–later on, and that evening dinner at a small, intimate, romantic restaurant with a European ambiance.
If you’d like to make this become your reality, you can reach me at xxxxx.
I have a personal website at www.aboulderdude.com.
Why do I always feel like you are trying to sell me something? And that your letters are so generic? Hmmm, why IS that? Oh, maybe because you are and they are.
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