‘A woman’s best friend’: The love story of Dani Dantela and her daughter, Lupe, who are engaged

“I am a proud mother.

My daughter is my best friend.

It was a long time ago, and her parents were gone. “

I want to be her best friend.”

It was a long time ago, and her parents were gone.

They were gone when the youngest daughter went to live with her grandparents in Italy, where her mother was living.

The family’s home was destroyed by fire and the parents were forced to leave their children behind.

Dantel was born in the city of Cagliari, where she would later move with her family to the small town of Cappella, near Rome.

But when she was six years old, her mother, Dani Dantelo, died.

Dani, who is now 33, says she never expected to leave Italy, even though she had lived in Italy her whole life.

“My father didn’t even have money for a new home,” she said.

“He was the only one who had money.”

Dantello remembers her mother telling her, “I’m going to leave, but I won’t be without you.”

But Dantella wanted to stay with her parents.

“When I told them I was going, they said, ‘You can stay here with us.

“We are all mothers,” she explained, “and we love to protect our children.” “

In her home, she has a big collection of clothes and she was thrilled to have Lupe’s doll, which she bought at a thrift store. “

We are all mothers,” she explained, “and we love to protect our children.”

In her home, she has a big collection of clothes and she was thrilled to have Lupe’s doll, which she bought at a thrift store.

“It’s the only doll I own,” she laughed.

The two were married in 1996.

Dantsolle was pregnant with her second child at the time and had to go back to Italy, but the marriage broke down.

She returned to Canada and gave birth to a son in 1996, then two years later Lupe was born.

“Lupe is my life,” Dantola said.

It was the happiest moment of her life.

Dansolle, who was already pregnant with their third child, had been expecting Lupe for nine months.

“Dana was so excited,” she recalled.

“She was just happy to have her first child.

It took me a long while to get over that.”

Lupe is now in kindergarten and Dansola said the baby is doing well.

She said the couple’s marriage was “not very good.”

“We lived a normal life.

We didn’t have much money, but we had everything,” she added.

DANTELIE DANTELLA is the proud mother of two girls.

She had a child with her husband and their daughter was born a year later.

She has a collection of dresses, jewellery, and even a dress she was given for a birthday party for her daughter.

She was in Italy for a few months after Lupe and was expecting a baby.

Her mother, who had passed away, told her to “get her a job.”

But she decided to stay.

“Because I had the money, I was able to buy a house,” Dansoli said.

Lupe now lives with her father, the city councillor in Cappelli, Italy.

They now have three kids, all of whom have moved away to live in the United States.

DANCING IN THE MOMENTS DANTELS life has changed since Lupe left home, and she has never stopped dancing.

“Her father and I were always together,” she told me.

“At school, she was my best teacher.

“When we had our first baby, she would dance with me. “

Even when she went to college, we used to always dance together.”

“When we had our first baby, she would dance with me.

We danced in the mornings, and we would dance in the evenings,” she continued.

“Now, we just dance.”

DANTLELA DANTALENA is the daughter of a Roman Catholic priest and a Polish immigrant who immigrated to Canada in the 1960s.

DANELIE’S LIFE DANELS life, too, has changed significantly since she left her home.

Her parents divorced when she turned seven, and then when she started kindergarten, her older sister was living with them in Toronto.

“The only reason I went to school is because my father was a priest,” she remembered.

“So, if he wasn’t around, my mother would be doing her homework.”

But once she moved out to live independently, she says, she felt the need to learn everything she could.

“That was a challenge for me,” she reflected.

“And I had to figure out how to learn and what to study.”

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