People associated with the word 'computer games'
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Katie A (NEW)from the Los Angeles area in United States
I'm a teacher, traveler, wife, poet, investor, reader, and generally curious person. My family are Scots-Irish; we settled in Louisiana around 1789. I love Edinburgh, but Orkney and Shetland have a particular place in my heart for their wildness and ruggedness.
|9217100cr76050Laura Susan Peoples Makeover||from the Cleburne area in United States
I live on a small farm with my husband. I have one son. I love animals and have 1 cats, 5 dogs and 2 horses. I love to play the piano. Music is my life... wanted: friendship, correspondence, genealogy info.. on offer: friendship, correspondence, suggestions
Today I am just glad. - see 2 comments
|bea1980uk||from Huyton Quarry in Huyton With Roby in England
I'm a fun-loving, friendly "camper". I love the outdoors and everything that comes with it. Scotland owns my heart... Especially Lochaber!.. wanted: friendship, epals.. on offer: a good friend, an excellent epaller
Today I am starting a new job.
John P (NEW)from the Saint Paul area in United States
Born in Scotland, came to the US on the first ship load of war brides and children after WW II. The first none war time use of the Queen Mary
|killieandyme in my kilt||from the St Neots area in England
newly moved down south from bonny scotland. originaly from north ayrshire. missing my slice sausage and tattie scone in plain bread.
Today I am getting excited about the new scotland top and the game next week. - see 6 comments
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