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I am a nurse. I love my work. A doctor is probably a vocation.

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Dear Anton!
I am sincerely glad to hear from you.
First of all, I would like to say I am deeply proud of my profession - I am a nurse. I love my work. A doctor is probably a vocation. I think there must not be indifferent and "occasional" people in the field of medicine.
Will you tell me in detail about your work? What is your specialization?
My husband was a doctor. But irretrievable happened... I have been a widow for 7 years. We used to have everything  -love, happiness, passion, mutual understanding. So, it's now not easy to trust...
I have a daughter, she is a student at the Samara university, the department of psychology.
I am very kind, tender, understanding, I love children much.
I would be happy to have a loving, faithful, reliable, decent, sincere, kind, strong to share my life with. I would be happy to have a family with him. These all can be felt during a personal meeting only, don't you think?
Tell me about yourself, your family.
Are you going to come to Samara?
Sincerely yours,

   from Samara
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Dearest Friend!

Let me introduce myself, I am Anton. I am a white male, single and never married before. I have brown hair and blue - green eyes. I am 1,83m. tall, 75 kg. I am 34 years old and my cosmic sign is libra. I don't smoke and am not a serious drinker.

I reside in South Africa - the country they call, the land of milk and honey (sunshine I should add ). We have a warm climate, mostly 300 days of sunshine per year.

I am based in Pretoria and live in the suburb Meyers Park. It is situated in the eastern part of Pretoria. I speak English and Afrikaans ( my mother language ). Afrikaans is sort of a dialect from the Dutch language. Us Afrikaners are known as " Boeri " in Russian, if perhaps you know about this historical connection. Home is also base for my work and occupation.

I work as professional photographer. My studio is at home, but work takes me to the road quite often. My work is very interesting and diverse. Photography is a passion deeply rooted inside me. It started at school and I futhered my education after school. Nature photography is one of my hobbies, along with watches. I love to study and collect them.

As you can imagine, along side the nature photography I also enjoy the outdoors. I love nature, animals and adventure. I have a German Shephard dog as pet, her name is Roxane. I also like reading, travelling - experiencing cultures. Things that inspire me.

I would descibe myself as a traditional kind of man and a romantic. Friends say I am gentleman like. I believe I have high moral values and standards. We have a strong family connection and I would like to continue that in a family of my own.

My word is my honour. I suppose if I were living in ancient times, I would have been one of those men dressed in those large white shirts ( like in old French movies ), defending my lady 's honour with a sword ( ha ha ! ).

I like the home life, spending quality time with good friends and family. Our time in these demanding times are short - make the most of it. I also enjoy good food and wine.

I am Christian and my religion is something of importance to me. I like children and would like to have some of my own. Having children with the love of your life, must be the icing on the cake. I have always been a one woman man, and my lady have my full devotion.

I want her to be my inspiration in life. Through her love and devotion, I will be able to perform at my peak. She will complete me as a successful human being.

I enjoy music, a wide selection - pop, classic and some jazz. I enjoy theatre and performing arts. We have the Bolshoy here once a year. It's a real treat to watch the ballet company perform. I enjoy cinema.
I would love to hear from you. I sincerely hope to establish something meaningfull. I would love to receive photographs as well.

In the mean time, I send you my best regards

Yours sincerely


Meyers Park, 0184
   Pretoria, South Africa

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