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Brenda B

This is beautiful. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you both for being a shining example of choosing love every single day. The world needs more marriages like yours.

Sue Bleeckert

Hi Lyssa,
I also cut my husband's hair & it is all gray. We'll be married for 37 years in June. Your eloquent writing brought tears to my eyes, as now I will look at cutting his hair differently, a privilege not a chore. I think often of how blessed we are to be together for so long, and definitely much better together than as individuals.
Thank you, ALS for your stamping blog. I've been following your remarkable career & want you to know I'm cheering you along on the sidelines. I'm a SU demo since 1999 & was on the fast track, but made the decision to reduce my SU involvement to a hobby level, due to work & family demands.
You are truly a wonderful woman.
Thank you for all you do!

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Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek is a blessed mom of two adorably quirky kids and blissful wife to a handsome history professor in Wisconsin. A successful direct sales veteran for over a decade, she loves world travel, researching Sensory Processing Disorder, advocating for sexual abuse victims, and writing about grace sufficient for every need.