About

Welcome to The Salt Stories, I am excited that you have chosen to join the conversation.

My name is Amy Wiggin.

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I am a twenty-something wife, working mom, catholic, and native Texan. I am always open to new possibilities and am interested in too many hobbies to be good at any one thing. I enjoy…

  • baking and bacon
  • sappy sports movies
  • going on new adventures
  • science
  • laughing at lame jokes
  • watching Gilmore Girls
  • getting my hands dirty
  • And bulleted lists

I am wife to Stuart lover of maps, Irish music, camping, moisture wicking clothes, and doing one thing at a time. Not only can he make you a mean cocktail, but he is also a dishwasher extraordinaire.
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and mom to the spunky 2 year old Anna. This rapidly growing little lady can be found dancing to any song, splashing in a tiny pool, reading books, or pawning someone in to getting her a cookie.

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I hope that while reading this blog you feel like your sitting at the edge of a camp fire with me. That we are old (or quick) friends enjoying the night sky and the fire glow, chatting about what matters most and laughing about what we enjoy.

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This blog is a platform to talk about the things that intersect everyday life. To allow time and space for both you and I to reflect on what surrounds us. My wish is the stories offer encouragement, show earnest struggle, and entertain you a little. The content may be silly, today’s adventures or pop culture, or personal and sincere, but hopefully this corner of the interweb acts as a place where we seek truth and  joy together.

What is a salt story you ask? The idea of a salt story comes from the gospel of Matthew in chapter 5, where Jesus calls his disciples to be the salt of the world. I am trying to live a life full of salt stories. Stories that add spice, help preserve, and find purpose in the everyday.

To find out more about why I blog check out my first post.

Thanks again for dropping by. You can contact me at amyewiggin(at)gmail(dot)com, looking forward to hearing from you.

 
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