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Annie Wignall, Care Bags Foundation Interview

Annie Wignall is making a difference in the lives of kids and teens by sending care bags to those in need. Back to Article

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huh sparkle
huh sparkle wrote:
2012-02-19 11:46:40 -0800

My dads Flattering me hehehe

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huh sparkle
huh sparkle wrote:
2012-02-17 16:16:18 -0800

Hiiiiii

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huh sparkle
huh sparkle wrote:
2012-02-14 17:59:39 -0800

zhey would u like to be my friend????? Im a newbie

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huh sparkle
huh sparkle wrote:
2012-02-14 17:55:38 -0800

I agree coolllllllllllllllllllllllll

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tyralove
tyralove wrote:
2011-01-22 11:17:15 -0800

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