Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Senior Bachelor Newsletter Going out Today- June 21

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for being so patient with me while I work through all this technology and logistics. The Senior Bachelor Newsletter has just been sent. I'd like to encourage everyone to sign up for it as it contains more and more information about our Search. It doesn't get posted to the website until a couple of days later so sign up now and get your free copy delivered right to your email box. You can use this link to sign up. I tried my best to include a copy of the People Magazine article- hopefully, you can read it.

As I mentioned in the Newsletter, the best way to communicate with me and others is through the blogs. I read each and every one and will endeavor to add my comments along the way. I like the way you ladies are conversing and supporting one another. That is very important and a wonderful added benefit of this adventure.


Anonymous said...

Richard-- it was good to hear from you today. The newsletter story about your photo shoot was a hoot--yeah, I was noticing your eyebrows looking really good behind those shades. Where is the Greenbriar? They better have lots of chocolate....

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:01:12 PM  
Love2bhappy said...

Hola Richard... Sure getting a lot of hope.... It takes a lot of courage for some of these wemon to contact you in the hope of an opportunity to know you spend time with you and travel with you... I comend them and you you for going forward with this endevour...I pray that you will find a person who is compatible to spend the rest of you life with.. That is what you are really looking for... not an adventure and way to share your time but for the Love of your life and someone to share your life. We all want that in our life and get to a point were it seems imposible to happen. Since in life we all have a fair amount of scars from the past and it is hard to find the understanding and fun of youth when you are in the middle of your life...
But God willing you will and some wonderful lady be one of the fortunate ones where it all comes together.... Blessings to You and the woman that you choose... ruteing for you from Canada... May all your dreams come true...

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:01:27 PM  
Anonymous said...

You never post any comments on the blog and it appears that you are removing blogs written by others. Will you explain what the p roblem is?
A discussion is started on the blog, it disappears, with no explanation, and no response to the (marginalized blog). What's Up!!

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:03:19 PM  
Anonymous said...

This is THE Senior Bachelorette--the story of one woman's quest to find Romance and Adventure...I am part amazing race, Part Lifestyles of the R&F (been there, done that on comfortable levels) Definitely a Survivor and part, as I said to my youngest--Put me on "!Who wants to marry my Mom?"...I wasn't kidding!! smile...
I've traveled the USA, much of Europe, Scandanavia and Russia--tho never Bali...Venice was the place we celebrqted my oldest son's 11th birthday--he's now 31....
A love for travel is one thing....a love for women is a whole different ballgame...
I would like to learn more aboutwho YOU REALLY are--not the glitz and glam from Oprah (tho she is my hero)but who are YOU the person behind this hoopaloo....???
Then if I think we could travel well together and perhaps have a connection of more than lust--and find compassion and trust and humor w/each other and w/ourselves--(a sense of humor is very important to me) then I'd put together a biography and video...and I might even ask you to do the same!!! smile...I can send recent photos once you've responded to this email....Respect for each other's questions and concerns..--Yes??? By the way, I am a teacher by profession, I taught 1st grade in Hunt. Beach; then in Mn.;I'm a mother of 4, and a former Mrs. America-Colorado--petite (5'2", blonde, blue eyes)

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:05:36 PM  
mimi said...

So--how do you reply to my anonymous message of a few minutes ago??? I need emails from you to determine whether I feel we could have a connection...It's a gven that anyone COULD--but speeds up the process if we can both eliminate differences via emails prior to videos, etc...mimi

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:11:29 PM  
Anonymous said...

My two bits--when you visit the various cities, the women you see should be by invitation....the ones who have taken the time to submit materials and inform themselves about what's going on.....curiosity seekers, in my opinion, should not be encouraged.....and its just a guess here, but I believe you have already quite a nice number of very promising potential companions....:)

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:17:35 PM  
Anonymous said...

Mimi-- if you want a personal email from Richard, this is not the forum. Email him personally: Richard@Seniorbachelor.com, but be warned, he is getting the same request from 100's of others. He may respond to your email, but my experience it that it is a sentence or two. I also wish that I could determine a personal spark before going thru all this, but it just doesn't seem like that can happen because of the number of interested ladies.....chemistry simply cannot be determined without personal contact, but this phenomenon isn't going to allow it, except for a chosen few....luck to all......

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:25:25 PM  
neva said...

Great progress Richard. Congratulations!

Greenbriar (or similiar) sounds fantastic for learning more.


Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:38:10 PM  
Claire said...

Today's newsletter really came across heartfelt. You put more than a little thought into your comments. Thank you. Now, my only reservation before sending in the video is what happens to it after the Oprah show. What plans do you have for all these straightforward heart shards? We agree to let you use it in any way, but there are too many ways. Perhaps you might say how you will not use it.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:42:03 PM  
Anonymous said...

Yes indeed, good luck ladies! I am quite confident that Richard knows exactly what he desires and is looking for! If you will read my responses to the blogs, I do think I have been very open and honest. My intention is this: I plan to win . That being said, I will forgo any possible "catfights" (as I saw possibly starting here) and just be me. The rest is up to Richard. Cut some slack, there is plenty of time yet. One cannot determine how or why or even if this will work out right? I think Richard is , quite frankly, brave to put himself out here. That speaks volumes to me about his intentions, as well as his character.


Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:43:07 PM  
dorothy ann horchik said...

We have somehing in common (same colour hair and eyes. Oh yes we are Irish and proud of it.
What will the first mountain be that we ski? I raher like Tahoe. Yahoo. I prefer swimming in swimming pools as opposed to seaweedy lakes. In the buff would be good.
may th sun shine fully on your face and the wind be at your back. I'm sure you have had lots of that with your experiences. LOL "D"

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 8:16:40 PM  
Anonymous said...

Even a week-end at Greenbriar sounds great, only NOT if it's recorded to become a TV show. I've traveled some, and I know that spending essentially 24/7 with someone can tell you everything you need to know to either move forward or begin again. So trying to "put on a face" because there's a camera present doesn't fit my idea of finding a companion/mate. I'd rather pay for a trip to LA and meet for dinner or a walk on the beach. That one-on-one will either illicit sparkles or fizzle. If it fizzles, half the world doesn't have to know about it.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 8:41:25 PM  
Anonymous said...

Greenbriar?! lush, plush,tres ritzy-- and intimidating for ordinary types..could feel like a Beverly Hillbilly there. How about the Grand Canyon - NORTH Rim? Casual, honest, unpretentious, gorgeous & ingivorating.
Mary from Houston (6-17-05)has hit the nail on the head as to why the entry submissions aren't flowing in as quickly as the e-mail/blogs.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 8:56:37 PM  
Anonymous said...

How about Greenbriar as a consolation prize for the fantastic wonderful women you CAN'T take on a trip? HA!

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 9:00:42 PM  
Anonymous said...

This Greenbrier idea sounds like the TV show "The Bachelor". (Roses instead of "you're fired"). A weekend at the Greenbrier could be very nice, but not with a dozen other competitive women. This is the first turn-off idea so far.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 9:42:31 PM  
Anonymous said...

Richard you look dashing in the Newsletter picture today :) I have reserved a copy of the People Magazine as it 'hits' the shelves tomorow June 22nd. Well, the 'For
Sale' signs are outside the houses
today for 're-development', my feeling is a Developer will 'bite'
in the near future, things seem to be moving at quite a pace of late!
After reading your Newsletter today I feel great...what a boost considering that my 55th Birthday is July 22nd, and I look 10 to 15 years younger with my Strawberry Blonde braids t'day :) phew I feel good in my skin...roll on fabulous 50's!!!!!!!! This is THE best time of my Life...a time of discovey...mystery...intrigue....
surprises.....go wid da flow :)
In retrospect I have come a long way ...born in beautiful Cape Town South Africa...Three beautiful children ....and an amazing adventure called LIFE! There is still so much to discover and experience...the world is my oyster!
Live Life With Passion!!!!
Senior Bachelorette
Toronto Canada

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 10:13:08 PM  
Anonymous said...

I'm afraid I have to agree with a few other comments here about your idea of a week at a resort with all the other "finalists." I think you mean well, but this is the first time I've noticed your referring to the women as "finalists," which makes this all seem so much of a competition for your favours. You would be lucky to have any of these bright, articulate women who have posted here. I also wouldn't want to be with all the other women, or have it recorded for viewers. If you can afford all this, why not meet those who seem to appeal to you via the original idea, then go back to those you really like and spend a few days in her home town before you make a decision? Wasn't this the original intent - finding someone compatible for love and leisure? Take your new love to Greenbrier later. Sorry, but if this is how it's going to go, I'm out.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 10:27:46 PM  
happy said...

to anonymous- totally agree: Go to Greenbrier later! :)

to yesterday's anonymous - Circus! Sure it's a circus! And we are all the most loveable of clowns. And Richard is the Webmeister. But who doesn't love a circus?!

"All the world's a stage, and the men and women merely players." Is this our 15 minutes of fame?! What a blast!! So far it's only a one-ring circus and this is just Act I of a "really, really BIG shew!"

Yea!! & Yippee!! G'night, Chet. (Are only tagged things green? Who knew I'd get technicolor?!)

(Exit stage left) :)

to la dolce vida - HTML tags on this blog-site are limited, kinda fun, extra work, -at least for moi- and look sorta comic strippy if you go all out.
Definitely an interesting diversion though! Try a library or bookstore for an HTML quick start.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 11:32:30 PM  
360gal said...

Richard - Sounds like you are having a great time in your endeavor to find LOVE. You almost had me until the group trip....Sounds too much like the Bachelor TV show, so fake to me...where are the roses?

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 4:25:58 AM  
Anonymous said...

Richard-- I think we're nixing the Greenbriar idea in the context of a group outing. Imagine how uncomfortable....being our usual lovely selves and sizing up all our esteemed peers, all hoping to be chosen.....please treat us as the dignified women we are. Hope you're listening. I do realize you're trying on ideas. What we DO want is face-to-face time or personal time somehow with you to see if there is chemistry or as I refer in my online matchmaking--- do the pheromones speak when we are together???

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 5:08:10 AM  
Anonymous said...

I notice in the newsletter, the only definite date you have revealed for your city-tours is Chicago..August 26 and 27..hmmmm, might that indicate some sort of definite plans in the Windy City with a certain media goddess and 6 million viewers?

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 5:26:22 AM  
Anonymous said...

Richard, please help us to understand the reasons for possibly putting information about the "finalists" on Oprah and/or the website. DO Oprah viewers / newsletter subscribers have a vote? If so, why? I understand people knowing you having a say,but the masses? Being scrutinized so publically may discourage some....just giving my thoughts, as you have encouraged us to do....

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 5:33:46 AM  
Anonymous said...

Hi Richard,
I am enjoying reading your newsletters along your journey to find a soulmate and was moved by one of your readers and the quote from W. M. Lewis. "The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it." I also try to remember that every journey begins with a first step.

I wanted to express a concern that your review panel consists of all women. Even though they know you well, I think having the perspectives of both men and women would be a good balance. I remember when I was dating ... if it were up to my dad, none of the men would have "passed." Thank goodness for my mom and the other women in my life, who could see the qualities that I could see.

The week-long trip is a generous offer, but I also think the competition could get pretty intense. Keep in mind that these women are there to make a connection with you and how unusual it will be for them (and you) to be one of 12-15 other women dating the same man ... and with a panel critiquing every move!

I wish you all the best in finding that someone that puts a smile on your heart. Kathy

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 5:57:02 AM  
greenkateyes said...

Mr. Roe:

Please don't ever feel you need to apologize to us (the public) regarding your decisions. It's your life, and we all go home to our own lives at the end of the day.

I do have some questions for you that I sent in an email to you dated 06/21/2005, referenced "Just a hello," as I'm a curious girl by nature. If you have a few moments to respond, I'd appreciate it.

Thank you

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 6:22:08 AM  
happy said...

hey Richard..how come I have a delete button?

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 6:23:54 AM  
BlueEyes1947 said...

Richard, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE! lol Have you asked yourself that at some point? This is my first look at the blogs and they are interesting and will make someone an A+ paper on the analysis of us fantastic females! Congratulations on the People Magazine...us girls over 50 need a good representative in the hotties selection. I haven't sent in my information yet but will get to it soon...good thing I'm not weak of heart after reading anonymous' comments! (you go girl)

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 7:06:00 AM  
Linda in Tucson said...

Hello Richard (and lovely ladies)I must confess to having been completely jazzed about this adventure. I am one of the 118 girls who managed to meet the urgent deadling in May (no small feat...not to mention the $30 to overnight my video). I am now loosing my fizzle over the rule changes. Especially the speed dating! Heck, I can do that at a match.com event and have a bevy of men to choose from. Ah well. I do have to ask what's up with the ladies who didn't even provide e-mail addresses getting personal letters from you? A quick acknowledgment of my cute and clever video from moi who met all the criteria and followed all the rules would be much appreciated!

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 7:16:07 AM  
Nicole said...

Hello Richard,

I hope you received my e-mail yesterday. I'm very excited that you will be coming to Atlanta! What a great city! As for the Greenbriar idea? Count me in! It's a beautiful place. I think mature, responsible women can get along for a few days. What an opportunity to make new friends!
By the way, love the Taj Mahal picture. I visited there. What a tragic love story.


Wednesday, June 22, 2005 7:31:36 AM  
Anonymous said...

Richard -- Thanks for the newsletter and photo shoot story. This sounds like a Senior Bachelor TV show or will it be an Amazing Race show - what will the women have to do - dates as in the Bachelor or tasks as in Amazing Race. Good luck to all!

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 7:54:36 AM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

Happy, This is the senior Bachelor. Your comment today said you have a delete button. Please explain in grater detail. Thank you, Richard Roe

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 7:56:12 AM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

A comment from the Senior Bachelor, Whomever wrote in and said that .....entry submissions are not flowing in very fast.... could not be more inaccurate. First of all, no on else but me knows how many entries there have been. The fact is there is a very steady and high stream of videos coming in every day, and way higher than anyone ever anticipated. And I am delighted to say, this just adds to my finding out how many fantastic, wonderful, beautiful, intelligent and sexy women there are out there!!!! And over 75% of the entries are from you great women over 50! Keep 'em flowing, and "commenters" please try to have your facts correct before you post comments. Thank you, Richard Roe

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 8:05:39 AM  
Anonymous said...

Hi Richard, I may be wrong, but I think the comment about the delete button is facetious, referring to her deleting you. She doesn't seem pleased about something. (???)

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 8:20:39 AM  
Gypsy Cowgirl said...

Finally some "real" truth. thanks to anonymous June 22, 9:07 am. There are a lot of us who think pretty darn close to what u stated. And yes, Richard you are brave, overwhelmed, trying to find the one and all that, but I can see here that all this attention and taking into consideration and ways to profit could confuse you into not using good sense. I am surely happy that I am not one of those nabby pamby gals who just bend and twist so that they don't offend you into rejecting them..
If you are truly on a quest to find your soulmate without exploiting womankind, step back and take a few long breaths, and really consider if the shoe were on the other foot, how would you want to be treated. Overall being completely blunt with myself, just trying to figure out how and what I would be willing to do at my age (59 3/4) to find Mr. Right is conflicting,confusing and challenging in of itself, without trying to figure out your side...so I am still working on my video, bio, and picture and trusting that underneath all this falderal, love and sensibility will prevail and 2 deserving people will make a connection and be blessed...I remain your gypsy cowgirl from California (not far from you)

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 10:32:54 AM  
The One said...

Good Morning Richard, In front of me, is a picture of my grandfather who played in the orchestra at Green Brier( the spelling at that time). The picture is from 1898. He was paid $12 per week with room and board. But he was warned that kickers and lushers would not be tolerated. I have made arragnements to send these items to the resort.
I think that your search for a a partner is the ultimate adventure. Good things will happen at the right time for the right reasons. Good Luck. "The One"

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 10:34:42 AM  
The One said...

Good Morning Richard, In front of me, is a picture of my grandfather who played with the orchestra at Green Brier ( the spelling at the time). The picture is from 1898. He was paid $12 per week with room and board. But he was warned that kickers and lushers would not be tolerated.
I think that your search for a partner is the ultimate adventure. Good Luck!

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 10:39:15 AM  
Anonymous said...

Richard, it appears your search for adventure and romance is turning into a herculean project. I'm not in favor of the idea of taking the 12-15 finalists to a resort for a time, it smacks of a "Reality Show" in the making. Personally, the only show of that theme worth watching is "Amazing Race". I prefer the idea of taking one finalist on a month long trip to get the know them better individually. My dream time of the year would be December. Just think about a warm cozy fireplace after a fun day in the smow, skiiing, sleigh riding, watching ice sculpting, shopping under the beautiful Christmas lights and decorations in a quaint little bavarian style village. Then maybe whisking away for an inviting stay on a beach where golf, tennis or just walking on the beach would be the order of the day....

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 10:39:51 AM  
Anonymous said...

Wow! My sentiments exactly--getting to be tooooooo much like a reality TV show, I agree with the others this is NOT what most of us had in mind.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 11:45:21 AM  
Anonymous said...

Suzanne Mesa Arizona:

Richard I have logged in but it keeps giving me a "User account not found".

See ladies RR does repond to our comments. Richard is a gentlemen, which is shown in is style of communicating, is straight forward in his goal to find love and romance and is truly genuine in his search for happiness and for a woman who can join him, and share his life. Whooo the Greenbrier in Virginia is really a beautiful resort. I wonder if we'll have people to do our hair, makeup and clothing selection. What fun that would be. My brows need plucking ever now and then. hee hee

Richard your newsletter, once again is informative, well written and full of inspiration and good intentions. I really like the statement that the choise is not just "you" but "us". I don't want to spend my remaining years with someone I don't feel compatible with. Nor shall I.

The hardest thing for me in finding an available man, is not that there aren't any, there are plenty. It's finding the one that I feel is on the same intellectual playing field as I am. I have just started dating again, after being out of this arena for 5 years. There are a lot of lonesome women and men who are looking for that special someone (45 to 70 years of age). Thanks to Richard and his goal, I decided I wouldn't be the wall flower waiting to be called, but stand up and do something about it. We ladies and gents over 50 know what I'm talking about. We need this as much as the 20 and 30 year olds.

Personally, I am really hoping that RR will meet with me, because I am very intrigued. Not that he's the most handsome, nor am I the most beautiful (speaking physically only). But he's certainly not bad looking and neither am I. It's not so much the trip that's being offered. I really don't need that. It's not the glamour, either, it's the fun in feeling alive and beautiful and sexy. It's the fact that he's exciting and we could do exciting things together. Like make films, what fun that would be.

I've always been attracted to the genius, someone that I would be saying, WOW I didn't know that! Then I'd have to run and would be looking up information on some subject matter. I like to think that I also am knowledgeble enough that I have something to offer to a conversation as well. That keeps me young and my mind sharp. We all need some kind of mental stimulation and each of us has our own level of what that might be.

I think Richard is a nice man looking for a nice women and I think he is very genuine. Good Luck Richard.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 2:28:49 PM  
Anonymous said...

Just my 2 cents ladies,

I'm in favor of it for alot of reasons. I cannot possibly imagine the thousands of responses Richard has received as of this date. Mind boggling. I think it would be a great adventure to have the group of finalists together. Think about it! A week or so in a nice resort? Meeting people, perhaps some pampering, great food, Etc...Sounds like my cup of tea, not to mention meeting Richard. What could be more exciting? If you truly are adventurous,this would be the best way to prove it. Anything could happen!

Have a great night,


Wednesday, June 22, 2005 2:39:07 PM  
Marlyn from Michigan said...

Hello Richard,

I picked up the People mag. on Monday....WOW!!! I have said from the beginning that you look great. Staged or not, it's a great shot of you. Everyone that knows me, knows I have a thing for older, distinguished men..that photo took my breath away!

All my best to you,

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 5:47:35 PM  
Anonymous said...


Of course your opinion and thoughts are reasonable. However, I think that if a woman is "comfortable" in her own skin she can take anything on, even a group of so (as you say) "catfighters". I feel that if you or anyone else cannot stand the exposure/pressure of this journey perhaps you might ask yourself why? To me, this is not a game, rather a quest/journey and I think RR has been very honest and forthcoming about this. What could it hurt if you are chosen,to go to the Greenbriar? What do you really have to lose? IMHO, nothing, in fact I feel it would be an honor and a true life experience.



Wednesday, June 22, 2005 6:46:02 PM  
Anonymous said...

Hi Richard - Love you newsletter and reading about you. You're a very handsome gentleman and any woman would be very proud to travel around the world with you (I know I would). You have a tough decision ahead of you and it's not going to be very easy I wouldn't want to be in your shoes. Care to share some beach and a beautiful sunset together?

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 8:49:36 PM  
Anonymous said...

hello hello

Thursday, June 23, 2005 8:43:34 AM  
desarie said...

Hi Richard, thanks for caring about me and your newletter.I have tried so often to receive it that both my girlfriend Shirley and I are getting the same message. The message read as follows. AN UNEXPECTED ERROR HAS OCCURRED WHILE UPDATING YOUE SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION ETC.

However this venue could work just great. I have a new computer on order as we speak. I have been able to see the new letter on occasion at a friends computer.

Richard, I wrote you a from the heard Blob, yesterday only to have the computer say GOOD BY.

Well as long as it working I will say that my children were shocked when I told them about my vidio. Well you said fun, and I'm all about that. I can be as formal as the best or as crazy as you like.. I have no mood swings, and am a real "why not Gal."

Plan "B" is great fun. Don't give up on me. Better stip while I'm ahead.


Sunday, June 26, 2005 12:41:28 PM  
AuburnMichelle said...

Hi Richard,
Let me get this just under the wire before your next newsletter comes out. Regarding posting the finalists on your website...I think it is a very good idea. You have my permission. (~.~)

Monday, June 27, 2005 8:31:43 PM  
Anonymous said...

Ah Richard: there are soooo many of us. How will you ever choose? By the way, what does one have to do to get your attention ?
I agree with several of the comments: please don't turn this into a reality show. Greenbrier is a neat place; but take your special lady there, not a group. Give us some respect! Your idea of 'speed dating' is better then the idea of cattle call at Greembrier. Instead, come join me for a few days on my vacation later this month.

Saturday, July 02, 2005 10:20:38 PM  
Anonymous said...

The selection process of having the first cut end with a video, biography & photo deselects those who are not fine actors & charismatic presenters. I worry that you will miss some fine candidates for the second cut because they are not "out there". It takes some time to get to know some folks. But that's life.

Sunday, July 03, 2005 1:17:53 PM  
barleytonic said...

Cheers Richard...A friend passed along her People magazine for recycling and told me to check out the blurb on you. What a fabulous idea and spirit. What I wouldn't give to apply myself but I lack a video camera. I do however have two passports (USA and EU), a gypsy spirit and a wicked sense of humor. All the best in your quest and I'll look forward to the newsletter for all the rest. By the way, any chance your travels will take you to Florence? Prague? or anywhere in Turkey?

Sunday, July 03, 2005 8:44:36 PM  
Barbara said...

Well Richard, You have quite a journey ahead. I've been reading the many comments by others and some are questioning your motives. I prefer to take people at their word and not to look for a hidden ajenda. You said you want to meet a Perfect Traveling Companion to share your passion for travel and your passion for romance. I believe you mean just that. I didn't do a "make-over" or hire a professional videographer and my video will attest to that! But, none the less, I was good to go! So, Richard, since today is the first day of the rest of your life (and mine!), be sure to make it a fun and fit day! I know I will! By the way, I want to be in that picture on the beach sitting on the driftwood next to you. Signed, Bewitchingly Female, Fit, Fun, Fun and Free!

Monday, July 04, 2005 7:28:32 PM  
Sheryl in the Heart of TEXAS said...

Richard...Just back from Slovenia, Croatia,Bosnia(!!!)& Serbia-Montenegro.Although alone,I enjoyed it and found I am an excellent traveler,sans the meters & kilometer issue.1.3 meters is NOT a deep pool. Hope to meet you in Chicago..How about setting/firming the date so we can get cheaper airfare. Glad you are getting UMBERTO on board. Maybe he can locate a foreign exchange student of Brownwood,1968 who is now a Minister of Finance of Columbia. Hope to meet with you. I do NOT have to build on a room for the baggage of a divorce from a politicin/attorney, after 25 years duration. I am free,FUN,your operative word, and enjoy traveling very much. Bosnia was a bit strange. Set up Chicago for sure, soon, and I will plan to be there. Blessings to you and yours and that gaggle of grandkids. Sheryl

Monday, August 29, 2005 12:58:43 PM  

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