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If i had time to read these blog entries I would no doubt find them hilarious!

susie amy

will you marry me Anne Ruth Brown???
(sorry, Robin) Well I'll marry you too. (sorry, Anne)

I never read a blog before. Are they always this funny??

Masha Sanders

These are great. I love the ninja turtle story. Thanks for sharing these with me. I guess I have a few of my own to think about. Great idea to write these stories down.


Look, I'm telling you this for your own good. If you keep blogging like this, everyone will think you're smart and funny. We'll sign up for your feed and eagerly await the next installment. How will you avoid being your best self then?

Doris Huttula

Well its 4:00 am and I'm laughing out loud at your hilariously funny slant on life. Could it be that some of those comments hit a bit too close to home? Well, I'll at least make a mental note to sign up for one of those free bra fittings next time around and even give my hubby an extra hug and a few words of appreciation today. Glad to see your writing again, Ann!!!

Melinda Guice

Hi Ann,

I know how you feel about praise, so just let me say this is a hilarious blog, I love it and you are the best ever blog writer in the history of blog writing! Hehe, keep um coming!


Smartass Michelle

"Everyone thinks you are a whore" Must discuss this with you next time I run into you at Safeway. Hmmmm.

Holly Burton, right on sister!

Also, I like that Gary S took the time to write that he doesn't have the time to read....WTF?


It's been a long time since I've had the pleasure of reading your writing. so glad I get to enjoy this again. I will pass on the link to friends.


my story: at the age of seven or so, while in a grocery store, i took some candy. i was eating the fruits of my ill gotten gain when my mom came upon me (remember when the days when an adult would let their kid out of their sight?), so i offered her some. my mother asked me where i had gotten the candy, and i point blank lied and told her i found it. she marched me right up to the manager and told him what had happened - i suppose she expected him to give me a stern lecture. instead, i offered him some candy, so he ruffled my hair and told me to take another one because i was "cute". my lesson learned: work with what you got.


It's true. I wouldn't have listened if somebody had told me not to major in Ethnomusicology of Bulgaria. So I did. And then as soon as I graduated, reality hit and I decided I probably needed to start over and go to Nursing School. But I couldn't afford it, so I got a job at a deli. I should have at least looked at the menu before taking the job though, because they didn't even serve any hummus.

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