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19 November 2020


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Fabulous guest post. We think alike on so many levels! I smiled throughout your whole story and thank you for sharing and starting my morning on such a positive note. All the best!

I can't over your art - I. LOVE. IT!

Mercy, such talent! I am so glad you share and teach! How fun to read about your life and grandkids -lucky ducks!

Thanks for sharing!!!

You are so creative. I love it.
There has been an amazing group of inspiring people telling their stories.
I have read and enjoyed each one. Thank you!

Annie, you have my deepest admiration and respect for raising so many childen ( your little ones look very cute ).I do like your art work; the shapes and colours have a soothing,comforting effect on me. These paintings are unique !!!

Oh my Annie i love your post, your life, and your art!!!! Such beautiful chaos. I’m wondering if you lived in Dallas since you worked at SWA? If so how cool as I’m sure we passed each other in the grocery aisle. Thank you for sharing. I’ll definitely put your restaurant on my bucket list for my après covid life!

You are living a blessed life. It was nice to meet you,
Greetings from the Netherlands

Really enjoyed your post and love your artwork. I would love to take a class from you in the future. Your grandchildren are very fortunate to have you. You are blessed indeed!!

Love your art, the colors are fabulous. So enjoyed seeing your talent,and reading our post.

Annie, I remember you going to that slumber party! I'm grateful your blogging influenced me to blog, as well, and I,too, met some fascinating people along the way that I'm still friends with today. I love this post, even though I already know the story. You still have a gift for writing, and weaving your art through your words. I'm grateful you have led me to Corey's blog, too!

What beautiful paintings!
All the connections are just amazing in each of Corey's readers.

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