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Comment #131302
hi dear
For your thinking too I am very interested in you.
darling what can i tell you about my life?
I have many friends and we enjoy our meetings, but I would be more happy if I would have a man to share my free times in the travels and in the other weekends for rest and fun.
I like to read , listen music (classic, opera new age and some popular), talk with friends, go to restaurants.
My character is good for communication and is strong to face the life
I want to know a you for a good relationship and make a future together. I think the relationship man-woman, has to be based on mutual respect and help.

I have 2 main goals in my life: a) healthy and happy life and b) give and get love in relationship man-woman
I hope you will find coincidences in our thinking like I did it.
I am not looking for a long mail relation if we continue interested each and the other;
I am serious about this because I want a good life and I want to know the man to share the life only in the good way.
I am waiting your answer
kisses, your friend Tatyana with great hopes for our common future!!!
Comment #131378
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