Hey there! I hope this message finds you well. I tried calling you, but I assume you’re still asleep or busy because I didn’t get an answer. Everything is going well my way! I’ve applied for jobs and am hoping to hear something back soon. I also moved in with some friends in a house off xxxxx Ave. over by your old house. I like it so far. Between the two of them, we have four dogs and a cat, so everything is always hectic.
The point of me writing this message to you is to tell you that I have a girlfriend. Although I know it is something you do not agree with, it is who I am. I hope that you can understand and respect that. She owns a house, a car, and has a great job (better than any man I’ve dated).
I hope it is in your heart to still love me, and learn to love Jess. She’s the nicest, most wonderful person I’ve met yet and I really think you would like her.
No, this is not a joke. No, this is not something new to me. It’s just something that has taken me a long time to tell everyone. I’m not sure if any of your kids or our relatives have mentioned anything to you about what they’ve seen on Facebook, but I felt that it was my responsibility to tell you myself.
If my dad taught me anything, it was to never be afraid to be who I truly am.
If you decide that you’d like to meet Jess, call me and I’ll have her bring me up for a visit. She fishes, goes to car shows, has an extensive collection of memorabilia, & her favorite food is ham & beans with a side of cornbread. She has a lot in common with me which is a nice change of pace. And my brothers, mom, aunts, cousins, and grandma all love her.
Despite what you may think or feel, I want you to know that this does not change who I am. I’m simply more “me” than ever.
I love you, always & forever.