First name: Alla
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REPORT N1 (added on February, 28, 2006)
I wrote to her in response to a profile on "friendfinder". I received a response and some regular communication started. However, the messages I received where never personal. Some letters were definitely canned, the text can be found on the web. Personal text was never more than two or three lines.
I checked the IP address and it was in fact from Odessa, so that was o.k.
I sent links to a personal web site of mine giving all personal info including pics of how I live, etc. The log files show no visitor at all with page views from Ukraine or other Eastern countries.
The information in letters and profiles is not consistent, the age varies from 39 to 40, the age of the son in the letters to me was 16 but was 18 or 19 in all web profiles who mentioned the age of the son.
Short before a planned visit to Odessa I was requested to pay for a debt for translation cost over 5 months communication. I said the debt can certainly be discussed during my visit and all communication from now on can be done in Russian.
I never heard from that lady again.
Emails from Alla to Martin (Germany)Hi, dear Martin!
I would like this letter to bring you not only my words but the warmth of my heart as well. Today I want you not only to understand my thoughts but also to suggest you seeing with my eyes and feeling with my feelings. I want you to have a walk with me along the streets of my beloved city.
One of the most beautiful streets of the city is Pushkinskaya that has the name of the outstanding Russian poet. Every building in this street differs from neighboring with its own coloring. One is decorated with strict mosaic ornament; another attracts your attention with its stucco molding in baroque style.
And here is Pushkin, a modest monument of a human height, and you have an impression that the poet himself has come out of his house to greet you. You have a wish to take him by the hand but your hand meets not the warmth of a palm but the coldness of bronze.
Pushkinskaya Street leads you to the main street of the city, Deribasovskaya. On the crossing of these two streets there is a tree that is one hundred years old. Its thick trunk of three grasps of both arms is surrounded with cast iron chain because its heavy branches can break during any thunderstorm. Many years passes since the chain was hung and it has plunged into the trunk and on one side of the tree the chain has disappeared in the dark folds of the bark.
I used to walk near this tree when I was a little girl and since that time nothing has changed. I guess many years will pass and th
Created: 2006-02-28 Last updated: 2006-06-15 Views: 1391