My grandmother is the most loving person I know. I hope in some small way I am like her.lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com
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my grandpa influenced me a lot! Oh God how I miss him!!! kisses
My grandmother influenced me to be loving the most. Second, my daughter.
I am your newest follower! :)
My nieces and nephews really have helped me express love and of course my husband. I am now following you.Judy
I think my mother has taught me most about what it means to love selflessly.Thanks for the chance to win!
I would have to say my husband of almost 31 years is a shining example of unselfish love. He has a heart of gold, and is always ready and willing to help anyone who needs it. If someone has hurt my feelings, he tells me to "consider the source" and that they must be carrying a great burden themselves to lash out at others. He attended to my every need thru my previous years of debilitating headaches, and still is very considerate of me in everything he does. He is my gift from God, so even if I don't win the giveaway, I already have the very best gift anyone could have! Thanks for letting me go on about one who has influenced me to love email@example.com
I am now following you on GFC.firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, Amber. I'm from DW. I saw your new member post and realized you were the artists for the lovely layout about butterflies. That piece is awesome! I like your blog. You write so nice! Like so many other folks, I think the older women in my life, my granny and my mother, influenced me. It was their example of caring love that brought it out in me.I don't even know CSN. I just wanted to comment and say, "Glad you joined DW! Welcome!"Su
My husband has influenced me--he's so much more patient with people than I am!eemoody77 at gmail dot com
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