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Iriska
34 Luhans'k, Luhans'k, Ukraine
Seeking: Male 42 - 69
Drink: Occasionally drink
I am divorced. My ex got lost somewhere and dont come to visit his daughter, so I am full time mom. :)) I prefer not to work full time , in order to spend more time with my daughter, make home cozy, cook tasty food, so sometimes i do freelance job in the internet, like writing articles, content for the site, rewriting, also I write articles for local magazine and from time to time make some events happen. :) I have two university degree one in pedagogic another one , another one in managment of tourist, but mostly i use them both just for my own. I do read a lot of books, try to do a lot of sport, every time different, but for right now prefer yoga and swimming the most, I do love art, visit art galleries everywhere i can, try to paint by myself, but nobody see this. :) I adore theatre. I keep diet now, so i try to cook healthy food now and even try to make blog about that. :)) I travel a lot, but alos from time to time, when i have posibility on that. With my ex we traveled together 40 countries, but now i have no such posibility. I love mountains and snowboarding. I like diving, i like flying on helicopter and air balloon. :) When i am really bored I can do knitting. ;) Sometimes i go out with friends, but mostly i am home girl. I live in Lugansk National Republic right now. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luhansk_People%27s_Republic It was part of Ukraine till the year 2014, but now we are independent. Since 2014 I dont like to discuss politics and afraid of war.... In the time of war we left to Israel with my family, where we lived for 3 years and got citizenship. My parents still live there, and I came back home. Most of the people ask me about reasons why I left Israel and came to live in war zone. I can tell that life in Israel was very hard for me, and economics, and climate and mentality of people. Nobody supported me, so I have to work 20 hours per day in order to pay acomodation and food for us. I was depressed all the time and had no friens. Had now even time to sleep, and didnt see my daughter much. So I decided to change my life, divorsed with husband, who doesnt support me and left back to Lugansk. Thats my story. :)

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