did get it just right. And I think you are a handsome devil
even if you do look like me! I would love to see you when
you are in Metropolis of the Deep South and would like to
invite you to stay with us. From what I have read you have
turned out to be a remarkable young man and this is a very
happy and joyous occasion.
I too have thought often about you over the years - certainly
every April 1st and many times in between. It is just incredible
to hear from you and I so look forward to getting to know you.
I wonder who will have more questions? Or if either one of us
will be able to get a word in edgewise. There is so much to
share I think I will just leave it for when you come.
I do want to update you on a few things. I am no longer
married to Mr. In-the-Wrong-Place-at-the-Wrong-Time -
it didn't work out but we parted on pretty good terms.
(he has one of the cats) But I am very happily married to
my soulmate Gapetto and we are hoping to start a family
of our own. I don't have an other children (yet). I do have
picture of her that I have attached. I'd send you one of
me but don't have one at work.
You and Melanie are both very welcome in our
home and Gapetto and I would love to have you
stay with us if you feel comfortable with that.
We have a big old house in Mayberry which is about
6 miles from downtown Metropolis of the Deep South
and is a great little town. We are busily renovating
it and would like to show it off to you. You'll be the
first people to see our new kitchen
Bryan, you have given me a great gift along with your
parents. Contacting me and meeting feels so good
to me - it completes something started so long ago
and it starts something wonderful and new. In my
wildest dreams I didn't dare hope for such a wonderful
opportunity. I look forward to hearing from you and
seeing you. Please let me know your travel plans and
dates you might arrive if you can.
[Wasn't it Lawrence Welk who always said wonderful, wonderful?]
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