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Welcome to my personal weblog! I have many areas of interest as a Christian wife and home schooling mother of 6 girls: writing, poetry, website design, digital photography, a home business (sewing); however, this blog will focus more on the wonderful journey the Lord has brought our family through and what the Lord has shown me in His Holy Word.


I know that my devotionals don't often speak of specifics in our lives, but I want my readers to know that what I write comes most often from what the Lord is doing in our lives, or has done. I don't just repeat words by this preacher or that one. My devotionals are often written through a haze of tears, sometimes in grief, sometimes in peace at God's goodness for what He is doing for our good. At other times, after a flood of tears over my lack of faith in His great plan for us, especially after I've seen Heaven's gates open in another miraculous answer to prayer. What I write is what God shows me through those trials which He brings because of His great goodness as He works out His perfect plan. - Angela.


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Maritime Seafood Chowder

Maritime Seafood Chowder

(Another name is Atlantic Seafood Chowder as the origins are from the East coast of North America) This was always a big treat growin up.

1 medium onion, chopped                                   2 cups milk or light cream
2 cups diced potato                                                2 tsp. Butter (optional)
2 cups liquid (clam liquid and water)             ½ tsp. salt
2 cups clams (2 – 5 oz cans)                               2 cups other seafood (fish, crab, imitation crab etc.)

1. Sauté the onion over medium heat until tender, but not brown.

2. Add potatoes and 2-cups liquid. Cover and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes or until potatoes are tender.

3. Add clams and other seafood, milk, salt pepper and butter. Heat slowly to serving temperature, but do not boil.