Lindy Woracheck родилась 7 Августа 1985 года. Она была рождена в городе St. Louis. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас она проживает в городе Madrid, Испания. Lindy социалист. В своих религиозных взглядах она указала: "other".
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I am trying to find my Russian friend, Dasha Morozovna. I am very sad that I lost contact with her, she was very dear to me. If anyone can help, please let me know! I met Dasha in 2005 in St. Petersburg and she became my cello teacher, though being young and irresponsible and distracted by being in the first year of my life living in a foriegn country i regret to say i was a terribly lazy student. but back to Dasha- Her husband was Fydor. Dasha had long blonde hair, and played cello with the symphony in St. Petersburg. Her birthday is in May, i think (or was it April?). She later moved to Moscow, where I think she was going to play with a symphony there. I unexpectedly had to move to Finland before she could contact me with her new address, and while I was in Finland, I stupidly lost my mobile phone and thus contact with Dasha. From Finland, I moved to Spain, where I live now. I now speak perfect Spanish, but have forgotten almost all of the little Russian I had managed to learn back in St. Petersburg. It really pains me that even if I do find Dasha again someday, maybe I wont be able to speak to her, so I'm studying Russian again (though my Russian is still absolute shit), and one day I hope with all my heart to see her again. Dasha once gave me a book of Russian fairytales. I still have it, it's one of my most valuable possessions. If you know Dasha or how to get in touch with her, I would really be grateful if you could help, or even just pass on to her the message that I love her and miss her, and want to hear from her and am sorry for losing contact. If someone can pass along to her my contact info, she can write me a letter in Russian about how she's doing these days, and I will find someone to translate it if I cant read it. It would mean so much to me to hear from her again.