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17 March 2024

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Cynthia Thompson

Lovely again. Thank you. Blessings

Jeanne

Oh I love to hear the Annie stories so much.
Thanks for sharing
Praying for all those suffering in our broken world

Annafromindiana

Your Annie stories are always so rich, this one with wisdom and hope —- good medicine for the heart in these deeply troubled times. Thank you, Corey!

Annafromindiana

Your Annie stories are always so rich, this one with wisdom and hope —- good medicine for the heart in these deeply troubled times. Thank you, Corey!

Kathy

Thank you, dear Corey and God bless the beautiful gift of your dear Annie.

Teddee Grace

Survive, perhaps, but the perpetrators and the victims, if they live, will never be the same. This is an atrocity and will go down in history as such.

Jennifer Phillipps

Nice memories of Annie, she had a way of coming to the point and offering thoughtful insights...I remember her face and stories well...hopefully she has given you strength. Jennie, NZ

marilyn

Annie was a wise woman.
You learned well from her.
Sending love!

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