I wrote to you because I think you have two things that make a woman the most attractive to me: kindness and self-confidence. Those two are the most important but I also appreciate wisdom, not just formal education; reasonable fitness, I eat and exercise to keep a flat stomach; and humor, I grin every time I tell someone, “I’d explain it to you but I’m out of puppets and crayons.”
I earned hourly wages doing work from shoveling pig manure to working on nuclear submarines in order to pay for a master's degree at Stanford. With that degree I eventually became a consultant in Silicon Valley which paid for the championship winning Indy-car team I co-owned and directed. Somehow I also squeezed in the time to take motorcycle road tours and to start to learn to ballroom dance.
I didn’t have the time to have my team and car win the Indy 500 because in ’97 a crazy stranger who was high tried to kill me. He came mighty close and the recovery has been so slow that I haven't had time or energy to be married ... yet.
I’m competent with computers and technical devices and can fix most things. I’m handy in the yard, on cars, and around the house. Most enjoyable for me, though, is that I’m a good leader on the dance floor. Do you like to dance?
Love isn’t an automatic and permanent condition but requires work from both in a relationship to sustain. I’ll exert the effort and I know the woman I commit to will also.
P.S. Did you have to clear the snow from your car this winter? We’ll either have a garage or I’ll clear the snow from her car and warm it up for the lady in my life every winter morning.