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Mar 19, 2023Liked by Annette Januzzi Wick

Yet another great read! Your words are always so thought provoking and comforting, most of all, I cherish taking the time to myself to sit and read them with my cup of coffee. Just spending time with me and your words! Love it!

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Mar 19, 2023Liked by Annette Januzzi Wick

You always amaze me in your writing. My middle name is Ann. But always go by Cookie, or pie or cooker or cookrina. Grew up with a family of nicknames, my Mom Bobby or we called her Mom Upstairs, then my grandmother Mom Downstairs, my grandfather Frog, our uncle Sonny. My great grandfather was Shuey or Dutch. Our neighbor was Cootie. Cannot believe the names of our dogs. But love you have the history of your parents. Ready for your next writing. ❤️💕

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Mar 19, 2023Liked by Annette Januzzi Wick

Beautifully written, this one really touched me. Thanks Annette or Netti or shoes...

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Mar 21, 2023Liked by Annette Januzzi Wick

One of my favorite posts of yours! So much rush thought. We’ll have to meet for coffee soon! Oh—I have a zillion nicknames, too. Ellen Smellin’ Watermelon is still in circulation!

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Always love your introspections Annette, and your language to pull us into Limon and Lewis, you and your family…”The sunspot linoleum of her life”…

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Always love your introspections Annette, and your language to pull us into Limon and Lewis, you and your family…”The sunspot linoleum of her life”…

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Wow! How far you reach is amazing! I must still myself long enough to look inside -- this writing helps. I, too, am an Ann...Christine Ann. however, I was named after my maternal grandmother, Anna, who unfortunately found no joy in life. my nicknames were Chris, Chrissy, (ugh to both...lol) and, Tine (younger sibs couldn't pronounce "Christine" so...turned out to be Tine! Thanks for the reflection ...grateful for you and all you share! Keep the Morning Finds coming...

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