"Just want to let you know that we gave you all A's on Angie's List, Since my family has always had a member in the armed services, including the Marine Corps, I was familiar with the term Semper Fidelis, which I am sure you know means always faithful.
The phrase is always faithful. It isn't sometimes faithful nor is it usually faithful, but always. It is not negotiable, it is not relative, but absolute. As you must know, Marines pride themselves on their straightforward mission and steadfast dedication to accomplishment. Things do not need to be spelled out for them. They know what it means and what to do about it. And you, Brian, have all the qualities of a Marine. Please call when you get this since my e-mail skills are not that great."