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Trying to find Debbie Drinkwater from Australia
Posted by: Anders Jensen Date: October 05, 2001 at 02:42:35
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My name is Anders Jensen, and I am currently trying to find an old girlfriend of mine,who's surname is also "Drinkwater". I'm sorry if this is completely irrelevant to what it is you use your website for, but I am trying all my options, and I thought that it could be a possiblity that some of you are related to her,or know her.
We were together for only a short period of time(approx. 1 year), before she was offered a job overseas, in which England, I think, was one of the countries she worked in.
We met at the Sheraton Mirage(on the Gold Coast,Qld,Australia)in the mid 90's where I worked as a chef and Debbie as a bartender. At the time I was living in Southport, she in Ashmore with her family. Shortly after, Debbie was offered a job working with Clarins cosmetic chain, and it was with Clarins that she was offered work overseas.
We kept in contact for a period of months,but slowly,as happens in many cases,lost contact all together.
Now,I have returned to my native country of Denmark, and have thought about trying to come in contact again,with the chance that Debbie is still living in Europe.
If anyone knows anything of the whereabouts or just maybe thinks they know the Debbie Drinkwater I am talking about,I would greatly appreciate a reply to my email address provided. If you self read this Deb,I would love to get in contact with you again, so we can catch up and have a good laugh about the old times. You were, and still are, a great friend, who has been sincerely missed over the years.
Thank you,
yours sincerely

Anders H Jensen


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