Scammer Lena

Lena
29
Ukraine
Starobelsk

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Comment #129318
Hi !

Well, let me tell you more about myself. My name is Lena, 29 years
old, born on the 15th of March, 1987, never married and do not have
children. I live in the small town called Starobelsk(Lugansk region).

I live on my own now and I work in the local firm , I work with documents,
kind of secretary and manager.
I am 168 cm tall, my weight is about 55 kilos:)
I do not have a computer at home, so I have to write you from the
Internet cafe.
I speak and write English on my own.

I used to live in Lugansk (east of Ukraine), till the war came there.
I came through the war, and it was terrible, I lost my grandmother in 2014, during
the war actions, burried her and ran away here, as the house where I used to live
was ruined by the war actions. I do not want to remember and do not want the war
actions to happen again.

I do not know anything about my parents, my granny just told me my mother was a bad
person and left me, did not tell me anything about my father.
My grandmother substituted both of my parents and I miss her a lot now.

I'm a simple person who loves nature and the simple pleasure of life.
I'm social, friendly, fun-loving, open minded, ambitious, sensitive and romantic person.
I'm an energetic, outdoor sort of a girl and I'm in a good mood most
of the time:)

Do you have whatsapp or viber? - no:(

That is all I can tell you about me this time and hope you will let me know more about you.
You may feel free to ask me anything you want to know about me.
I am sending you several photos for me and hope you like them all.
I hope you will also tell me about yourself and send me your photos in
the next letter, agreed?

I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Please take care of yourself,
Lena.
Comment #129669
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