First of all, I am not a native English speaker and my understanding of the terms may be biased by other languages I know.. ( hence the question )
In a very official letter I am trying to refer to myself without using the explicit word "
myself" or "
me" for fear of repetition ( too many too close ) .
The Phrase i am looking for is along the lines of
" ..and regarding the proposed meeting Between (me) and X "
- Can I use the term "my person" in this context ? E.g.
" ..and regarding the proposed meeting between X and my person ".
" ..and regarding the proposed meeting with my person ".
would a native (American ) English speaker understand it ? find it strange ?
Alternatively , what other options ( synonyms ) do I have ?
What is the correct way or context to use "
my person" as a substitute for "me" ( if any ) ?
Edit I - Clarification :
This letter is for a third party regarding a meeting between my self and another (second ) party . It is regarding a large company´s board of directors affair, and it involved many meeting and many parties ( some persons, some companies ) but almost always myself . It is potentially be read by both the board itself and other authorities .
The question is more about the overall "feeling" of the letter . I have a very strong feeling about repeating the same word too many time too closely . Whenever I read a paragraph that repeats the same word or terms too frequently I can not escape the feeling of it being poorly constructed . Maybe it is just me , but I can not shake it off and I always try to use synonyms in any language I write ..