Encore! Old Pianos Logo

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me!

My website has been around a few years now, but for the past few months I’ve been transitioning from another host to WordPress. This is now my very first post on WordPress, the first of many, I hope. And you, I trust, will be one of many to join me on this journey. Unfortunately, I learned too late how to move my content from one to the other, so please bear with me as I painstakingly rebuild my site from scratch. 🙂

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

So who are you, and what do you do?

I’m glad you asked. My name is Angela Rueger. I am a daughter of the King of kings, having accepted God’s free gift of salvation through the blood of His Son Jesus Christ at the age of 21. Everything else I do is colored by my relationship with Him. Additionally I am a happy wife in my 25th year of marriage, a mother of three college students, an artist, a writer, a tax professional, and a caregiver to a dog, a cat, and a turtle. The dog and cat belong to two of my children, but the turtle is mine.

Over the next few days I’ll pull back the curtain little by little to reveal a little more about who I am as a writer and an artist, and then I’ll also introduce you to my art, including the story behind my smiling piano logo….

Thank you so much for stopping by. I look forward to many more visits!

5 thoughts on “The Journey Begins

  1. Reblogged this on The Abundant Heart and commented:

    Hey, friends. I have a brand new blog, and I would love for you to visit over the coming days and weeks. Like a new apartment, the furnishings are bare at present, but in time there will be articles and photos galore. So tap that “follow” button to stay in the know on the updates. I truly look forward to sharing my artistic journey with you, the art of giving old pianos a new song.

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    1. It’s nice to hear about your slider. Ours is a painted turtle, very similar to the red-eared slider, but her colors are not as vibrant, and she has yellow markings on her head instead of red. We’ve had our painted turtle for 17 years now. How big is yours? Ours grew to about 5 inches and stopped.


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