Location: Carson City, Nevada, United States
My Dear Lady, all I am able to afford at this time is to send you winks. I wish I could message you, tell you how beautiful you are and how much I want to get to know you. But that will have to wait until I can afford the cost.
There is something that you deserve to know before we even begin communicating: I have a medical condition called erectile dysfunction, a condition increasingly common in American men. It is related, I believe, to the neuromuscular problem in my legs.
That said, I know I will have to be patient and wait for a very special woman who is willing to help me find a way to conquer this dysfunction.
I am still a virile man, after all, full of vigor, passion and desire for my future mate.
I hope that my wife-to-be will be empathetic, compassionate, kind, tender, and understanding. I hope she is affectionate and affirming, too.
I'm a born again Christian, divorced, no natural children, looking for a woman to marry. I want to fall head over heels completely in love with her, and never want to recover! She is to be my soul mate, and I, hers.
I want to do more for her than just give her my love. I want to cherish her, value and treasure my future bride above anyone and anything else on earth. She must know every day how special she is to me.
It's important for any future bride of mine to know up front that I have a physical disability. I suffer from a neuromuscular-motor neuron disorder similar in nature to Muscular Dystrophy and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease).
The condition limits my ability to walk long distances, and at times I need to use a cane due to weak muscles. It also affects certain, uh, physical responses. As a result, I may not be able to have children; although I certainly would like to try.
Miracles can and do happen. But if she is intent on having children, just keep in mind that it may or may not happen with me.
I am open to women more my age, in their early forties, as well as younger women in their twenties and thirties. All have their advantages.
I could still try to have children with a youthful wife. A wife closer to my age may match my energy level and be able to keep with my slower pace in life.
I'm not at all looking for a wife to be my caregiver. I intend to be physically independent for the duration of my life. But I want her to understand that my condition could stay the same or eventually worsen with time. She would need to be prepared to care-give a disabled spouse if my condition were to deteriorate.