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25 August 2020

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It has been a long time since you have reminded us of your good friend, Annie. Thank you for this story.

What a treasure she was. Thanks for sharing this story.

I LOVE THIS STORY!! your shared journey is very present in my life!

Lovely Annie...the story feels like it could be in out current time of quarantines. Gratitude for simple things will get us through now as it did then.

Oh, an Annie story. I so look forward to them. Thank you for the gift of her love, wisdom and compassion. You must miss her. She would have loved the baby. Love, V

I love every Annie story you have ever told. What a treasure she was, and still is. xoxo

I just love the Annie Stories. Thanks...

What a remarkable gift, and treasure you have had; everyone needs an "Annie". What a wonderful story -I needed this so much! Thank you for sharing it and seriously making my evening!

This brought a tear to my eye again. Beautiful, Annie...

I love all the stories of Annie. I felt I had come to know her through you.
I think of her often and can only imagine how many wonderful things you two shared.
God bless her and every memory she gives you.
God bless us all
Thanks for this sweet story.
Love and hugs
Jeanne

Lovely to hear about Annie,gone but not forgotten❤

Brings a tear to my eyes when I hear you talking about Annie. I remember this story so well. Would love to hear some more. God bless Annie xx

I was just thinking about your Annie the other day... am sure you miss her...
My "Annie" was named Marie, and she lived a block away from me... she came from
France after World War I, and married a soldier who had immigrated to the U.S.
from Greece... they lived in New York City, and retired to Florida... when I met
her, her husband had passed away, and she would sit out on her patio and knit
bandages for a convent somewhere and they used the bandages for sick people they
cared for... she did not have any children, and I was young back then and would visit
with her and take her to doctor appointments, etc. She died about 1983... and I still
think about her... the older people have a lot of wisdom to share and so much to teach
the younger generations, if they take the time to listen...

How I have missed Annie. A sweet and touching reminder of this great lady, Corey.

A delight to read about Annie again. What a gift she was. Thank you for sharing her.

What an amazing teacher/friend you had in Annie. Your shared stories should be published...just look how they resonate with all of us. You are a brilliant writer, Corey.

Such a sweet story to share. Stories of your dear friend bring tears. What a gift she was. What a gift you are. Thank you.

Oh how I love your Annie stories.

Tears here. Such a special friendship you and Annie had.
Reminds me to look for the sweetnesss in our dark times in US.

I absolutely love your Annie stories. What a blessing she was in your life, as I know you were in hers. It is lovely when a memory such as those you shared today, come back into focus, make you smile and touch your heart all over again, until the next time. Thanks for sharing them with us. Sending love...

I join your other friends in here saying, thank you for an Annie Story today!

I always loved your Annie stories. She reminds me so much of my little Italian Noni (grandmother). I miss hearing stories about her. Thank you for sharing this one in this trying time.

Always loved the stories of Annie!

Thank you for that sweet story of hope.
We do need it in these times.

2015 RIP lovely Annie XX

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