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Sunday Scrapbook invites you to show us 'What Love Looks Like'

January 24th, 2014 5:17 pm by Sunday Scrapbook

February is almost here and that means thoughts turn to love. So, to mark the occasion, we want to know "What Love Looks Like" to you.

In February, Sunday Stories will celebrate Valentine's Day all month long with special Sunday Scrapbook sections featuring photos that show "What Love Looks Like." 

You're invited to share stories and photos of parents, friends and family members who exemplify "What Love Looks Like" to you. The deadline for entries will be Friday, Jan. 31.

Email your submissions to

Have you heard stories about how your grandparents fought through hard times to make love work and to set your own parents on the right path? Do your own parents exemplify what love looks like to you? It might be your spouse or significant other. Maybe it's your children and the way you love them. It might even be your church family, or a favorite teacher who goes above and beyond the call of duty.

Or maybe it isn't a person at all. It could be your pets, food or anything else that brings love to your life. 

Send your photos and your stories to by 5 p.m., Jan. 31.

Be sure to put "What Love Looks Like" in the subject line, and don't forget to include your full name and a way that we can contact you - just in case we have any questions. Photos should be at least one megabyte and 200 dpi. And be sure to send the photo as an attachment to an email, and not as a link to any outside site.

Not too computer savvy? That's OK, too. 

You can mail your photos to: Sunday Scrapbook, Attn: Carmen Musick, Kingsport Times-News, 701 Lynn Garden Drive, Kingsport, Tenn. 37662. Just be sure they're postmarked by the Jan. 31 deadline. We recommend that you send copies. But, if you can't and want us to return your photo, please be sure to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope so that we can get it back to you.

Either way, be sure to include your name, along with a brief description of the photo and when and where it was taken.

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