I talked to Amanda and her mother and asked them what they felt they needed and would really appreciate on our special day together. Most important to Amanda was that she and her mother could be pampered at the same time.
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Amanda, who served as a Marine in Iraq and Afghanistan, was injured not once but twice and is the recipient of two Purple Hearts. She is grateful to be alive and despite her injuries she heroically continues to serve our country in the Air National Guard. Both Amanda Martinez and her mom Deborah were nominated for a GLAM4GOOD day of pampering by The Bob Woodruff Foundation, a national non-profit that helps the well-being of post-9/11 injured service members, veterans and their families.
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