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Connecting the Dots is about Russian girls and how they meet and connect. It's not about romance and dating.

Connecting the Dots features the stories of Russian girls who have met and met-came-together Russian girls and who had an interesting story to share. The girls have been dating each other for a number of years.

There are at least 8 girls in the article.

For those of you who are interested in reading this in Russian or Russian and English, I've included a translated version below. If you read the book, "Connecting the Dots" by Maria Gogolova, you will be able to see a small excerpt from the book here. This is the second of two articles I will write about this subject for Connecting the Dots. My first post was about connecting the dots with a Russian guy in Russia who meets his long lost Russian girlfriend while she is in New York. Connecting the dots was my attempt to find the connection between Russian girl and her Russian boyfriend. I started writing my first post on this subject on the 23rd of May. I thought the first post would be a quick "Hello! Welcome! I'm a new reader of this blog, what can I help you with?" and I wanted to know about connections between Russian girls and Russian guys in Russia. I received many responses and several questions, so I decided to write two more posts , both for the same reader, so that I can get into the topic in more detail and also because it is an interesting topic for me, too. The following is what happened: I came across a girl who was married to a Russian guy from Moscow, who was in his late 50's, was an engineer and his wife was a nurse. I couldn't believe that a married woman, a nurse, a wife and an engineer have a relationship like this. It's so strange, is it not? The two were together, working at the same company, going to the same conferences and events, doing the same things. They even had the same office. The wife was a doctor and the husband a scientist. The marriage lasted about 20 years, it was very successful, it lasted for three children, but the husband left them in the 80's, he didn't care for them and they were abandoned by him. The wife's work was very important to her, her work was the reason why she married the husband. I never heard about this woman again, never seen her again. The husband also never talked about the children and never told about her, never even gave the children names. When he was gone, the wife would don'thing but weep and cry. And now she's dead.

The mother of the children died from a heart attack.

Her name was Elena. She died of a heart attack, which happens every 1.5 to 2 hours in Russia. The heart attack was on December 21, 2014 at the age of 51, at her home in the city of Voronezh in the far east of the country. The doctors at the hospital said she died due to heart disease. In a country where more than 100,000 children die every year from diseases like dysentery and pneumonia, Elena's death is a sad reminder of just how close Russia has become to being a "medical basket case." "Doctors at the hospital in Voronezh said Elena had a heart condition and a blood pressure of 170/120 but their prognosis was still unclear." That's how sad it is. What the doctor didn't say is that Elena had never been on medications, so the symptoms she had were not related to her illness. This is one of the reasons why Russian authorities were so shocked when the Russian media reported that Elena had died because of heart disease. Her name was Elena. She died of a heart attack, which happens every 1.5 to 3.5 years. It's important to note that she was never listed as a patient at a hospital, but instead at a clinic. "Elena's medical condition was undiagnosed, according to a statement on the state medical commission's website." And yet, it's not possible to tell how long it was before Elena's heart problems led to her death. "A number of doctors say that Elena had heart problems. Her family believes the heart problem was a direct result of her drug usage." "But doctors say the situation was not entirely natural." "It's possible that a drug made by the company in the Soviet Union may have been the reason for the heart disease." "But there are no reliable statistics about the effect of drugs on heart disease. " "And since Elena died with no history of heart disease, there's also no indication how she died." As of 2016, there are only two known cases of people from Russia having a heart attack while taking heroin. The first was in 2007, which was confirmed to have been a heroin overdose. And the second was in 2015, when a man who had taken heroin for a week in an attempt to beat the pain of a kidney stone died of heart failure. "Elena's father, Mikhail, who had recently returned from an expedition to the Arctic, has blamed his daughter's death on the use of heroin, her family told Ria Novosti news agency on Monday. The father, who had also visited the same region earlier this month, had taken the girl to see her grandmother. He told Ria Novosti the girl asked her to take her to the pharmacy to buy heroin but refused." "The father's wife, Marina, told reporters that he had been taking medication for depression and anxiety." "Police and hospital officials have said that the cause of the girl's death remains unknown." "Doctors have refused to speculate on the cause of death but have said she died of an arrhythmia, an irregular heartbeat caused by a problem with the heart's electrical system." "Elena's father said on Monday he would call her next week to inform her that she was in a good condition." "The father said in the early hours of the morning on Sunday, his daughter had called him after drinking a glass of red wine. The conversation began as usual, but at first she seemed unresponsive.