The woman who wins my heart will get compliments from me every day, I will send her flowers frequently, will clear the snow from her car and warm it up for her each winter morning, and, of course, I will open every door when I’m with her. Much more importantly, she’ll never have to question whether she’ll get whatever love and support she needs from me.
Since you don’t know me I had to include this paragraph, the resume one: I earned hourly wages in high school doing jobs from shoveling pig manure to mowing grass 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. The work I’m doing now is even more of a challenge. I read to a first grade class on my lunch hour to excite them about reading. I can fix most things and am handy in the yard, on cars, and around the house. I took road tours on motorcycles including one trip from coast to coast. I can play the violin classically or as a bluegrass fiddle and I listen to music from disco to AC\DC. I’m not a neat-nick but I always spit polish dressy shoes before I wear them.
I wrote to you because I think you have two things that make a woman the most attractive to me: kindness and self-confidence. 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.”
If you want to learn how to ballroom dance I can teach you or help you practice; if you already know how then I can lead you confidently in dramatic ballroom dances like the tango, smooth dances like the foxtrot or my favorite, the rumba, or we can cut the rug with a cha-cha or swing.
You won’t be disappointed if you say you’ll join me either on the dance floor or for tea or coffee.