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Hawassa, SNNPRS, Ethiopia
Jan 22, 2017
"Selam", fellow Adventists! Greetings from the 'water-tower' of Africa, my native land soaked in 13 months of sunshine. I am a very "traditional' type of person: I love my uniquely Ethiopian/African culture. I am seeking for that special someone who would accommodate me as I am and be a full family member in my community. We are a warm and welcoming society. I would respond to anyone interested in finding out more about me. (Haha! English speaking friend help me edit this. But I can talk or write with you, in a way you and I understand each other!) The "two girls" picture only represents my traditional/tribal hairstyle. I do that sometimes. Most times I like it "free". Because of culture and conservative Adventist environment, I prefer acquaintance with "single" (never married) men. Also I don't really have experience in very serious relationship.
Referred by a friend, Web Search Engine, Word of Mouth
Black / African
5' 4" (162 cm)
124 lbs (56.2 Kg)
Sense of humor:
Friendly: I'll laugh at anything
Keep it Healthy
Bachelors degree, School of life
I'll tell you later
Fun activities for me are those enjoyed with friends and family, including church family. I love participating and supporting my friends' wedding/engagement preparations. These are fun traditional events. Cultural dancing, very nice! I don't watch movies much. But I like our local comedies. Sometimes, when I get the time and chance, romantic comedies and drama.
Aerobics, Dancing, Walking / Hiking
Because I am a "Habesha", of course my favorite food includes injera with all kinds of wot, local snacks and fruits in season. But I also enjoy, on occasions, "feranji" or foreigner foods such as pizza, pasta, burgers, some desserts. Ethiopians traditionally don't make desserts because our food is already so goooood! After eating injera and wots, you are so satisfied, you have no more room for additionals. That's why we have good teeth, generally. My favorite color? Don't have a special one. I just try to match my outfits so I avoid clashing.
My Bible, in Amharic. English literature, not so popular nor available. As a teacher, of course, my lesson plans, textbooks, etc.
Cooking, Coffee and conversation, Hobbies and crafts, Religion / Spiritual
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