My name is Angie and I am a: Christian, wife, mother of four + one, “Grammy” to two sweethearts , sister, sister-in-law, daughter, aunt, great-aunt, cousin, friend, writer, teacher, neighbor, sweet tea & coffee-drinker, dog owner, music enthusiast, (especially folk, indie folk, Americana, blues, bluegrass, 70s, R&B, Southern rock), beach lover, photographer, disdainer of pro-football and saggy pants. I have collections of glass chickens, playing cards, coffee mugs, decorative plates and old books. The only things I collect now – and actually use – are handkerchiefs I find in antique stores. I stay on the computer too much and don’t exercise enough and my house isn’t spotless, but presentable. There is much more I could say, but I won’t bore you.
In the words of Mr. Rogers, won’t you be my neighbor?
If you are curious about the name of my blog, read this
. I’m also a member of Birmingham Bloggers. Check them out HERE.
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Hello, lovely blog. Thank you for liking my thought Word of the day game post =)
We have a lot in common! Thanks for the follow on Becoming His Butterfly. Looking forward to exploring more here. 🙂
Hi Angie, Thank you so much for stopping by and liking my blog. Blessings.
I noticed that you are from the state of Alabama. You might like to read this:
I read the above linked post. I do not agree with it at all. It’s not a bad idea to take things in life – like a football game – and use them as a metaphor. As the blogger above said, “I know that the Lord uses everyday circumstances to show us things and teach us things.”
But don’t say it is God speaking through the situation. God’s uses life, yes, to teach us, but He only speaks to us through Scripture. We need to be very careful in interpreting our thoughts as prophecies.
Hello Angie – thank you so much for your card about my book ‘What the Owl Taught Me’, I’m pleased that you liked it! Twitter @AnnestGwilym