Scammer Kristina

Kristina
28
Ukraine
Uspenka

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Comment #131303
Hello =)

I am sincerely glad to receive your letter. My name is Kristina . I am
28 years old. I'm 169 cm tall and weight about 55 kg and my eyes is
light blue colored. I was named in honor of my great-grandmother. I'm
living in a small town in the Luhansk district. Called Uspenka. It was
Ukraine but now it's under control of terrorists. I've bee working as
landscape designer few years ago, but nowadays It's impossible to work
thus because whole landscape in war zone has been destroyed and now
I'm working in flower shop. I have a dog, He's tiny :) Named Chepuha,
because of it's size :) My parents had gifted me Him about a 2 years
ago :) And everyday before and after my job I ought to walk him out.
Do you like to travel and visit different countries? have you
ever been to Ukraine? :) This is a very scenic place :) I cook on my
own and don't buy any cooked food :) I have few friends, though,
they're very creative and funny people. Who are your friends? What do
You like to do in free time ? I enclosed my photos. I think
it's enough for first letter. Be sure to tell me about You in a next
letter ;) I'd like to speak with You through skype or viber but now
I'm not able to use social networks or etc. Because I don't have my
own computer or smart phone, I'd sold it, when war has begun, we're
living here not good because of war. :( I guess for some time E-mail
will be enough to know each other better. Do you? I also have phone
number, I can tell You this later. Have a great day and take care,
:)

Regards, Kristina
Comment #131377
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