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Bet Your Bottom Dollar

This morning I’m channeling Annie. Yes, the curly-red-headed gumshoe orphan from the 1982 film. When I was four years old, I was entranced by Annie and her Daddy Warbucks world. My mom bought me an Annie wig, I dressed like … Continue reading

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