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To my dearest unknown love: Each of us looks for a partner in life.

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To my dearest unknown love:


Each of us looks for a partner in life. Someone who will be there through all that life has to offer. To be our best friend. Not only to share in the good times in life, but to be our companion, and be there with an open ear when things are going wrong. They help support each other through life, and are there for one another. As it says in the promise that you take when you are married… “for better or worse, till death do you part.” The partnership of a husband and a wife is ais a bond between the two. A special relationship designed by God himself. I believe that this love between these two is unconditional. Each person must give freely of themselves, all that they have. The thing about love is that it has to be given, and willing to receive. Love can not be forced, and is given from within all of ones heart.


Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is David L. Woo. I was born on May 29, 1989. So I am now 29 years old. I have light brown hair and baby blue eyes. I am about 5’7” tall, and my weight is about 149 pounds.I live in a place called Albuquerque N.M. USA. I have many family and friends that live here. I have a lot of family, so I will save a lot of explaining and tell you about them for another letter. I am divorced and have two daughters. Ashly who is five, and Brittney who is about 19 months old. I love them, and would like you to know that they are a big part of my life.I would hope that this would be ok with you. I have many interests, and am a very active person. I like to be adventures and fun, and am always up to try something that is new. My philosophy is that you have to work hard to be able to play hard. I enjoy cooking. My step father was a chef, and taught me a lot about cooking. I am an organized person. I like things to have a place. (it doesn’talways work that way though.) I have a lot of things I like to do, as I said I am very outgoing, and like to do many things. I am a truthful person. I believe in truth, and honesty. With me, it is what you see is what you get. I think I have a bigheart, and care about people. I like to conversant with people, and make new friends. I am dependable, and people that I know can depend on me.Many of my friends think that I am a true Romanic. In fact my dad said that to me just a couple of weeks ago. But I am missing something. My leading lady.


I have taken the liberty of getting some information about where I live. It is about the state of New Mexico. I don’t know how easy it is for you to get information about where I live.


constituent state of the United States of America lying in the southwestern mountain region of the country. The capital is Santa Fe. A brief treatment of New Mexico follows. For full treatment. Rectangular except for a small panhandle in the southwestern corner, New Mexico is bounded on the north by Colorado, on the east by Oklahoma and Texas, on the south by Texas and the Mexican state of Chihuahua, and on the west by Arizona. New Mexico also touches Utah at a single point at its northwestern corner. The state extends about 400 miles (640 km) from north to south and 350 miles (560 km) from east to west. Human settlement in the area has probably spanned 10,000 years. An agricultural Indian civilization developed irrigation systems, pueblos, and cliff dwellings whose ruins still dot the state. The more nomadic and aggressive Navajo and Apache Indians arrived from the north only a few centuries before the Spanish. Treasure-seeking Spaniards from Mexico, notably Francisco Vбzquez de Coronado, made the initial European contact in the early 16th century, thus establishing Spain's claim to the area. The first permanent Spanish settlement was made at Santa Fe, the present capital, in 1610. Missionary work was the predominant activity during the 1600s. Considerable Spanish settlement took place during the 1700s, Albuquerque being founded along the Rio Grande in 1706. Trade with the United States over the Santa Fe Trail had begun by 1821, when New Mexico became a part of the independent Republic of Mexico. The territory was ceded to the United States in 1848 following the end of the Mexican War. The New Mexico Territory was organized in 1850, and the eastern portion became New Mexico, the 47th state, in 1912. New Mexico can be divided into three regions: (1) the high Great Plains of the eastern one-third, containing the Llano Estacado, (2) the north-south-running ranges of the Rocky Mountains of the central one-third, and (3) the high, mountainous plateau country of the western one-third. The Continental Divide traverses the entire length of western New Mexico. Most of the state has an elevation of more than 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above sea level. The Rio Grande, Pecos, and Canadian are the main rivers draining to the Atlantic, while the San Juan and Gila are the main rivers draining to the Pacific. The climate of New Mexico is mostly semiarid and arid with low humidity and abundant sunshine. The mean annual temperature is 54° F (12° C), but seasonal extremes ran from 116° to -50° F (47° to -46° C). Temperatures rise or fall by 5° F (3° C) with every 1,000 feet (305 m) of elevation, and nighttime temperatures tend to fall sharply. The average annual precipitation is 13 inches (330 mm), varying from 8 to 10 inches (203 to 255 mm) in the lower areas to 40 inches (1,015 mm) in the high mountains. Generally, precipitation is greatest in the eastern third of the state, least in the western third. Between 1970 and 1980 New Mexico, like the other Sun Belt states, experienced a high rate of population increase (28 percent). The 144 percent population gain between 1940 and 1980 was in large part a result of the proliferation of federal expenditures in the state for defense and research and the discovery of oil and other minerals. In spite of the tremendous growth rate, New Mexico remains one of the most sparsely populated states. About two-fifths of the population is of Spanish origin, about one-half of whom are Mexican-Americans while the others are descendants of the original Spanish settlers, or Hispanos. Somewhat less than a tenth are American Indians, the largest tribal groups of which are the Navajo, Pueblo, Ute, Jicarilla, Mescalero Apache, and Zuni. Almost three-fourths of the population lives in areas classified as urban. The Albuquerque metropolitan area contains about one-third of the state's total population. New Mexico's economy is largely dependent on the export of raw materials and on federal government expenditures. All of New Mexico's major rivers except the Gila are dammed within the state, and irrigated farming is the most important form of agriculture. The sale of beef accounts for more than one-half of agricultural-marketing receipts, followed by milk and hay. Oil and natural gas are by far the most important mineral resources, but the state also produces much of the country's supply of potash and uranium. Food processing, petroleum refining, smelting, construction materials, and railroad maintenance are leading industrial activities. Basic research and testing in nuclear energy have provided for the development of offshoot industries such as ordnance, electronics, and precision instruments. Large tourist expenditures in the state are a result of the distinctive Indian and Hispanic cultures, the varied scenery afforded by the natural landscape, and sporting and recreational opportunities. The historical atmosphere of New Mexico and its fusion of three cultures--Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo--is represented by its unique architecture. Attracting artists in all fields from many parts of the nation and the world, Taos was the first to have an important art community, but it is now rivaled by Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Local Indians produce high-quality pottery, blankets, and silver jewelry. Spanish music and folk art have been largely preserved, and the Spanish language is widely spoken. Higher education is led by the University of New Mexico, in Albuquerque, established in 1888. The National Park Service administers Carlsbad Caverns National Park and numerous national monuments and historic sites. Area 121,593 square miles (314,925 square km). Pop. (1990) 1,515,069.




Well, that is a little about me, and where I live. I know that we are two worlds apart, but who knows, may be our two worlds will become one? I don’t have any guarantee for what tomorrow might bring, but I know that if two hearts are willing, then there could be nothing that could come between them. I only wish what every good hearted person wishes in life. A good family, a loving and caring partner to be with them all the days of there life. Someone to share joys with, as well as what ever “bad” times may come. If I could have but only one wish, it would be this. Could it be that we are to be together? Could “we” have a bond that could last trough all time? I don’t know the answers to these questions. Only time may tell. I look forward to hearing from you, and getting to know you. However I just ask that you be truly open and honest with me as I will be with you. My life to you is an open book, anything that you wish to know, I will be open and honest to tell you.So I guess I will finish this letter. I hope that I will hear back from you. But please ONLY respond back if you might be interested in a life long adventure with love, caring, and wonderful relationship bonded for life.


Truly Yours


David

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Comments (1)
Hello, David!
Thank you for your advice. I agree, we should work and fine time to relax. I'll do my best to follow your advice.
David, I wish you success in your newly born business in Eastern Europe. May your plans come true.
Respectfully,
Daria from Kiev

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