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Heather Anne


My name is Heather Doucette and I currently live in Toledo, Ohio with my husband, two children and three dogs. My husband is in the Coast Guard, so we are constantly moving every 3 years or so. I've had a wide variety of employment positions over the years, but the only one that's made me the happiest is being creative and artistic on Etsy. I've served in the Coast Guard also, for seven years, and have created murals for them at certain units. I've also been a veterinary technician, personal trainer, and receptionist at a car dealership. Other than being a full time step-mom, wife, and Etsy shop owner, I'm currently going to school online and will be receiving my Bachelor's degree in October. At the end of October, I will be starting my Master of Business Administration.
 
We have only lived in Toledo for a few months, and since we have moved here, I've been working hard to promote my Etsy shop in the hope that it will grow to help support my family. I love joining Etsy teams, and working with other shop owners to help promote each other.
 
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Thank you so much for adding my owl note card to your amazing blog!!

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Thanks again!!

Heather :)

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