Dear Don Juan Pablo. Firstly, I hope you take no offense in my addressing you as "Don". Senor does not do justice to a man of your talents and accumen.. Secondly, thank you for taking the time from your pursuits to attend to my "obstacle". As you have related some of your past challenges, I feel obligated to relate a few of mine in kind. My first bride was indeed a "native" and readily embraced the local custom. However I knew it was not to last. Whilst her father and mother readily endorsed our union, her demands were such that my back just could not take it. I still see her from time to time. At twenty something she is looking a bit long in tooth after 4 kids in 5 years. My second was an ex-pat whom I thought a marvelous match. After a short courtship and exchange of vows it became apparrent that we were too much alike. I was constantly trying to abscond with her bank account, and she mine. Last I heard she had taken up with a Rock Star named Mick something or other whilst his yacht was berthed here on a layover down island. I won't speak of my third and fourth as I do not want to bring a maudlin tone to the forum. My current one is my last for now. She is perfect ( except for the minor obstacle) in every way. I think your proposal is brilliant! I just may need to slip her a mickey finn to get her over the hump, so to speak. If I get an invite for a second cask, I'll know she's a keeper. By the way, I am currently ensconsced in a comfortable "casita" on one of the West Indies rocks known as the "Spanish Virgins". Curiously, I have yet to find one. Regards.
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