Anne Lovers Around The World! Part 4: Lynn

March 15, 2021

Anne Lovers Around The World! Part 4: Lynn

My name is Lynn and I’m from Chicago. I first became familiar with a Anne when I was about 11, when my mother introduced me to books. At the time, my parents were going threw a divorce and the books were a way for me to escape the pain that was around me. When the series came to the tv screen in 1985, I fell in love all over again.

In 2017, was my first trip to PEI so that I could experience where LM Montgomery brought Anne to life. I visited again in 2019 with my husband, who is my Gilbert; supportive, logical, and humors me.

The picture I included was when I met Megan Follows at ComicCon in 2018. We drove 8 hours to Toronto to see her and also took the opportunity to visit the various movie locations. 

Keep climbing,

Lynn




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