2 Responses to “Thinking about my husband”

  1. Michelle (MG) Braden February 26, 2011 at 2:00 PM #

    I love that Carrie Underwood song. What a beautiful post, Angie. I wish you and Josh much happiness always!

  2. Wendy S. Marcus February 28, 2011 at 10:54 AM #

    I absolutely LOVE Mama’s Song. I’ve become a crazed Carrie Underwood fan because of it. I play the song over and over in the car. Isn’t that what all mom’s want to do, teach their children to do the right thing, prepare them to go out into the world? Having just sent one off to college this year, my heart aches for what the mama in the video is going through. I’m trying to convince my other two children to go to college locally. (Half teasing.) My youngest is 13 and I’m already dreading having to let her go. (And that’s saying something because 13 is a VERY difficult age for a girl!!!)

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Angela James

There is nothing worse than writing a bio. And writing one for your blog sidebar? Blech. Maybe you landed here via Google, followed me from Twitter (does that make you a stalker?) or maybe we met at a conference or you clicked a link from a comment I made at a blog you visited. Hopefully whatever I said didn't make you so mad you came looking for a picture to throw darts at (yep, that's me up above, in my favorite cowboy hat) but instead drove you to find out more about the amazingly witty and intelligent person behind the amazingly witty and intelligent comment.

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