As a little girl in Atlanta Georgia, Annie always felt she was simply ‘growing up’ like everybody else. Reflecting: “So I didn’t know I was different until I’d gone into the classroom and couldn’t sit at the desk. And when I went to gym class and couldn’t do two jumping jacks because of the flapping and the muscles on my back.”
My purpose is not to focus on Annie’s world record, her predecessors, the interviews, or the pictures. She found joy in life, married, had children, and lived with what the majority either seek surgery or sex.
She recently appeared on TLC to discuss her life and company. Tell her she did not build that.