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For individuals who value silence in a world that never seems to stop talking, I have always wondered if there were any happily singular activities to do.
He said he was a widower and seemed nice and caring. Marc Campbell seemed the gentleman and possible soul mate she could spend her life with – and it appeared to be mutual.
Recently I was e-mailed, via Match.com, by an attractive woman (to the extent that profile pictures can be trusted, anyway) named Kathleen.
I love that name, and her profile made her sound like someone I’d be interested in talking to a bit more, so I replied. I love skiing, although I’m not great at it and I haven’t been on the hill since I annihilated my knees a few years back.
Also, I’m picky as hell (when you’re educated to the doctoral level, for instance, you’re going to be looking for someone with significant intelligence).
And there are plenty of things about me guaranteed to cause daily match surfers to lunge for the “next” button – as in, we know that a substantial percentage of American women don’t find bald guys attractive, period. Since there’s nothing I can do about some of these things (short of leaving Denver and joining Hair Club), I decided to go straight at the issue as best I could. Here’s how I began: The great thing about Match is the chance to meet women I might never encounter otherwise.