Holiday Miracle for the Postcard Lady

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Holiday Miracle for the Postcard Lady


I'm a military mom that want to keep my home. 
Patch in Tarpon Springs, Florida where I live wrote an article and Thank them for helping me, I attached the posting link below, I know miracles happen everyday, I was able to keep fighting for my house 2 yrs ago when St Petersburg times wrote and article about me when someone saw  me walking the beaches selling postcards http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/personalfinance/tarpon-springs-woman-sells-postcards-in-effort-to-save-her-home/1116344   I told my friend and family, no gifts the past couple years, just put the money in an envelope that my house will be my best gift for life, I've been homeless twice,  my house is not fancy. Finally It's a safe place my sons and their families can always call home. I'm also posting on FB under my name Anne Cobb, if you see something your like email me. it's frenchladywriter@aol.com which is also my paypal for anything you want to buy. or donate, I figure if I get my miracle. I will pay it forward.  I've been doing that for years, not just money.  I make a few sanwhich and give  coats or blanket to the homeless  I did more before but everyone can do one thing. Thank your here is some of my photos.

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Anne Cobb aka www.thepostcardlady.com December 10, 2012 at 01:35 PM
I can also make business cards or you can buy the photos to hang around your home or business, find more photos on FB search Postcardlady and the name Anne Cobb will come up thats me,I was also featured in St Petersburgs Times you can google The Postcard lady, that was in August of 2010 I have been working since I was 11yrs old in St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands where I'm 2nd generation, I have worked all my life, but my disability threaten to take everything I worked for, it's not easy to ask for help, I was caretaker for 15yrs, worked at the USO and Red Cross, but I do need your help, I have a paypal account frenchladywriter@aol.com. I am making do til I get through is my motto. Wishing everyone a Safe and Happy Holidays, and Blessings and A safe return to All our Military Men and Women, overseas. Thank You
Anne Cobb aka www.thepostcardlady.com October 02, 2013 at 08:15 AM
Still fighting, I have about 1 1/2 month left to be blessed with my miracle, I pray you are never in a place I am now, and if you are, I hope and pray you will pay it forward like I always do when I'm in a good spot, it doesn't have to be big. Just little things like a cup of coffee to the homeless on a cold morning. An old coat or blanket donate to local homeless shelter, if you would like to donate to can go to my account at www.thepostcardlady.com and be the miracles my grandmother always said the miracle starts with you. I have done many good things in my life, but now I ask your help, my son is overseas in the military and so proud of him and all the military men and women. My dad was a Marine and I salute him every morning for him being so proud to serve our country. He told me the military family is one family and you call out to them and they will help because that's the true military. So hear my bugle call as he stated, calling one and all. Even if you donate 10 dollars and past the site on, it will cause the ripple effect and soon the wave will come to your shore when you need it. Thank you and Blessing to all our Military and their families.


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