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Hi there B,

Hope you are ok? How was Falmouth, bet it was great to hook up with all
your old buddies from Uni. Did you get to go down to that night club - what
was it? .....slides or something? Barcelona was great - lovely and warm.
We all had a great time - fantastic tapas on Friday night. Saturday spent
on our own sailing boat, picnic on the beach. Then cocktails at a very posh
hotel over looking the sea, lovely supper and then a club full of Spanish
celebs! Very funny! Sunday we cycled around the city - excellent way of
sight seeing.

I have been wanting to have a chat with you, but it's always so difficult to
find the words at the time or to even make sure that they all come out in
the right order. I thought it best to explain myself in words. When I
first met you - I couldn't believe it. I really didn't think guys like you
even excited! So kind, thoughtful, caring - saying you'll do things and you
do. I have never had so much attention or looked after like that before.
It seemed to be the very thing I had always wanted but never expected to
find. I think because I never saw it coming or ever thought I could be
treated like that, I threw myself head first in thinking that special
feelings would grow and developed as we did. As much as I want things to
work between us, I have to bring things to a close. I can't give you what
you expect of me and you deserve so much more. I'm really sorry to give you
so much expectations, but it would be very unfair of me to continue,
enjoying your company, when I know that I can not deliver the things that
you really want. Work at the moment, will be crazy for the next 3 months.
I have 4 days in the office in July! I can't give myself enough time, and
to keep you hanging on is not right. I'm sorry to have to send you an
email - I wanted to see you and talk it through with you, but the time is
flying so quickly, I don't know when I would get to see you. I go off to
Holland in a few days for a week, then back to France and then over to
Holland again. I needed to tell you, as it was worrying me, and I'm sure
worrying you as we have hardly spoken in the last couple of weeks. I hope
you understand and are not too mad with me? I'm sure you are and I am
sorry. Just thank you for being you and don't change in the slightest.

Take care,

E xx

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