About Me


Right at the top of the list is spending time with Scott, my new husband!

When not working, sleeping or relaxing after our April 19th wedding, I love finding out people’s stories (call it the journalist in me), teaching my Jazzercise class or writing about what God’s been teaching me.

In 2004, I became certified as a Jazzercise instructor. Not only is it great exercise, but there is something about teaching that brings out a part of me I didn’t know existed.

I’m a born and bred Husker. I’m thankful to have had the opportunity to travel to 16 countries and many cities within the States. The idea of “going somewhere” has always a passion for me.

When I was 3, I’d sit in the backseat of the car and peek my head between my parents in the front seat and ask, “Now do?” Translated that means, “Where are we going next?” To this day, I feel like that’s still my question.


4 Responses to About Me

  1. Sharon Chatwell says:

    Dear Angie,

    Love your blog and all its messages!

    Take care, dear!

  2. Coté says:

    Angie : it is always a great pleasure to read your stories I love them !! I feel that I can see you talking to me they are so real. Te quiero mucho and I hope to see you someday. Que Dios te bendiga . Un gran abrazo, Coté desde Chile

  3. Linda McPherren says:

    We are so happy for the both of youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.

  4. lrn says:

    Hi Angie!

    Go into MS Word and type “ctrl+’+e” and then copy and paste that accented e into here, if this page will let you do that.

    Another way is to type “alt+130” on machines with a 10-key pad.

    The third way is to use the MS Word “Insert” menu and then choose “symbol”. Here you will find the first shortcut that I mentioned listed at the bottom of the dialogue box.

    Great, you prob’ly use a Mac and this information is useless.

    Anyway, at least there’s my little bit of “typing-huge-term-papers-in-Spanish-for-two-years” expertise for ya! 🙂

    love, lrn

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