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Ann Brennan
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Small business owner, marathoner, Ironman triathlete and most importantly, mom to three wonderful kids.
Small business owner, marathoner, Ironman triathlete and most importantly, mom to three wonderful kids.

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This was by far this most inspiring experience I have ever had.

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Ann Brennan commented on a post on Blogger.
Wow. I love the comeback. I look forward to seeing what is next Marvin.

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Ann Brennan commented on a post on Blogger.
Is it that time already?  Love these but boy this year is really flying by.

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Ann Brennan commented on a post on Blogger.
My mother in law thrifts and has for years.  Unfortunately I think it is easy to become a habit.  I hate shopping so I go to a store, ask the clerk for exactly what I need and leave.  When I browse, even in a thrift shop,  I spend so much more money.

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Gorgeous.  What a huge difference you have made with that space.

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It is so easy to get wrapped up in our own problems and forget how much we have to be grateful for but I would like to add something that I have never heard anybody say before.  People are constantly saying to me right now, "not that my problem is no where close to what you are going through."  They say this because they feel bad about complaining about their lives.  My life does suck right now.  We are going through the hardest time in our lives but that does mean I don't understand and sympathize with  others who are having a hard time.  I can't imagine being jobless in this economy.  Even though it is a different problem than mine, it isn't less.  We all have our cross to bear.  Please don't discount yours.  

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They grow so fast that the only piece of advice I have is to make sure it is something that is versatile and will grow with them.  
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