A Gentleman in Moscow

Giveaway! There’s an acknowledgment due for this book giveaway. Is there a gentleman in your life worthy of a book? Tell me who!

My gentleman would be Joseph Barron, who I milled flour with for three years. From my Wild Bread book, here’s who he was in my life, and ALWAYS the gentleman.

  1. Debbie Fischer says:

    The Gentleman in my life would be my husband of almost 50 years Tom.
    He is the love of my life, he saved me and he has always treated me like a lady and still does!
    And I pray for many more years with this Amazing Man.

  2. Karen Martell says:

    The gentleman in my life is also my husband! We’ve been married for 36 years. He is by far the nicest, most helpful, and giving man I know. 🙂

  3. Krista Butters Davis says:

    The gentleman in my life worth acknowledging is my father. He has always been a hard worker and still is to this day. Resembling your Joseph. My dad will work hard and go without sleep just to ensure all his work is finished. He will also be the first person to offer up help even if he is swamped. My dad would give you his last dime and even give the shirt off his back if it meant helping someone out. He also has so many life skills and talents that he shares with his family. I have been privileged to learn many of these skills from him. My dad may not be a reader, but he is definitely a gentleman.

  4. Denise says:

    One of the gentlemen in my life would be my husband JT.
    He is considerate and protective. A hard worker who has integrity in his work and relationships.
    Our son James takes after his dad. He was taught to open car doors and other doors for myself and his sisters. He still does this for others now that he has grown. He too displays integrity in his life as well. They are both ready and willing to help others and they treat others well. I am very proud of the examples of gentlemanliness they have been and still are to our 3 grandsons.

  5. Nielsen,Winifred T. says:

    I can’t just say one person. Both my Dad and my husband have shown me many important things. Hard work, a sense of humor, kindness when it is hardest to give, love of reading, love of nature’s critters, and respect for all people and animals. I feel these gifts help define what I would call a gentle man and a gentleman.

  6. Dione Mila says:

    After 34 years of marriage, my gentleman and still my best friend is my husband, Paul. No one can make me laugh daily, challenge me when I’m stubborn, or love me wholeheartedly. I am truly blessed to have shared my life with him.

  7. Melanie Ford says:

    Oh my goodness. All are beautiful. I believe the only real bouquet is 3. All the rest are beautifully crafted with synthetics 💐 (I don’t care for the word fake. Is real beauty ever fake😉)

  8. Jenny Holle says:

    1. Real
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    3. Fake
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