Scammer Tatyana

Tatyana
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Comment #129357
Hi , my name is Tatyana . I'm 32 years old. I'm a conservative and
traditional type of girl.
I love traveling and trying new things. And, although I much prefer to
plan my adventures, there's a side of me that loves the thrill of living
on the edge.
I love all types of music, but I do have an affinity for country. I love food and cooking,
especially baking. I'm an active person, I don't often sit still for too
long. If someone told me a few years ago that I'd enjoy spending time on
a treadmill, I'd have laughed at them. But, I do. I'd like to learn how
to drive a motorcycle one day and to go skydiving. I tend to be
intensively competitive. I love playing games and I love winning even
more. :) But, I can also take a loss graciously...
Family and faith are very important to me. My faith in God is a daily part of my life
and I enjoy being active in my church. My family has always been my
support and I love being home and spending time with them.
What's your name your friends?
I'd like to find out you better. If you want the same please write me on my email:
and I'll write you back with more info about me
and send you more pics. If you do not see my email, please inform me! I
hope to hear you soon.
I don't do drama or games and appreciate honesty and openness.
Personal space and time with friends are a healthy aspect to any
relationship! I have a great group of friends that keep me sane and
grounded. Ideally I'd like to find someone that's both driven yet down
to earth and low-key. Someone that's ambitious and wiling to take a risk
now and again. If interested shoot me a message, hope to hear from you
soon. if you are interested, I can send you more my pic. if not, that's
ok.
Sincere, Tatyana
Comment #129653
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