Letter: Can you help me find the true love of my life?
The Ambler has received this correspondence from a man (we will call him K.E.) who is looking to reconnect with the person he has been in recent contact with. If you are the ‘beautiful lady’ in question, please email The Ambler directly: editor[at]theambler[dot]co[dot]uk in confidence, and we can give him your contact details. We would please ask readers to be kind and not leave unpleasant comments.
“For four months before Christmas, I had been exchanging texts, several times a day, with a very beautiful lady from Amble, who works for the NHS. I won’t give out her name, but her birthday is 30. 09. 55.
I accidentally dropped my mobile phone into the local canal, straight into approximately 10 feet of water, and although I tried very hard to find it, I failed.
The facts I’ve given you are what I can remember.
I tried the local police in Morpeth, to see if there’s a Community Constable. I’ve tried the supermarket in Amble. I’ve tried six hospitals in the area, but they claimed they couldn’t help me. I tried the Amble Post Office, twice. I even emailed the hospital radio service, without either success or acknowledgement.
You, and your publication are my last hope, I can’t think of a next step. Will you please help, ask, do anything you possibly can, to help me to find her?