4 Responses to “Family”

  1. Jaci Burton July 24, 2007 at 10:00 PM #

    I’m so glad the visit went so well. There’s nothing like family. Especially for the ‘enlightenment’ factor. Have had a few of those encounters myself :bat:

  2. Lesley Speller July 25, 2007 at 8:07 AM #

    I’ll bet that was a lot of fun. All those old family stories can be pretty entertaining and sometimes scary! I can vouch for those German peasants being hard to track! I’ve got a line that dead ends for that very reason.

  3. Sela Carsen July 25, 2007 at 8:40 AM #

    Your scary ancestor sounds like the inspiration for an Edgar Allan Poe story! Glad you got to reconnect with your family, Angie.

  4. erinw July 25, 2007 at 10:11 AM #

    How cool! your post made me feel all warm and fuzzy (minus the Poe-esque story, lol).

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Angela James

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Recent Comments

  • Blythe Gifford:
    "Let me reiterate the point about knowing where the exits/fire stairs are. If there is smoke in the..."
  • Ella Quinn:
    "Great advice. I’ll be there with business cards, and I’m excited to meet people I know from..."
  • Maria Powers:
    "Stay aware of who is around you especially in the evenings. Carry a smaller purse that you can wear..."
  • Yasmine Galenorn:
    "Hell yes. Very good post and also, keep an eye on who might be following you as you head back to..."
  • Jeffe Kennedy:
    "Good advice, Angela! As a woman who travels a lot by herself for work, too, I totally agree. I also..."