|Age:||49 years and 9 days|
|Registration:||21 May 2008|
Hi Dear. I am a 40 year old man, a US Army Captain currently serving in the American Armed Forces in Iraq, and I have just less than a year left before I get out of the army. I have already started preparing myself for civilian life so as to start a good business with what God has unbelievable made me to achieved here as I really have a profitable tour of duty here in Iraq, this that cannot be disclosed online for now not until when I shall get my true and sincere lover as am I tired of scammers and liars that posed to be a genuine lover while they are not, as I have in the past has a serious breaking of heart from a Lady that I loved so much but yet she pretended all through to be a genuine lover to me. So I am really tired of unfaithful woman. Every time I get deployed I get cheated on, hence I need someone who can grow into a trusting relationship with me and get to know me.
Anyway I am a honest person, caring and generous guy that has worked very hard to get to where I am. All in all, I'm a self-respecting, strong, independent individual and I enjoy dancing, gardening and watching sports especially football.
I am also an energetic, loving man who wants a loving woman that wants to genuinely love and be loved. I am really looking for a woman (not a girl) in her mid twenties to early fifties, who is intelligent, honest, mature, attractive and who doesn't drugs. I'm looking for someone with a great sense of humor who can talk about anything and who is independent yet not afraid to let someone into her life and share her emotions. I am looking for a woman who is also looking for a serious relationship. I can't date with a person who doesn't want to get married in the future
I also take neatness and fitness seriously, and I won't date someone who does not take care of themselves and values their health.
So if these sounds like you then send your response to me here (Captdr.firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll take it from there.
I look forward to meeting you
Capt. Aaron Wilson