Who do I think I am!?

IMG_1490Otherwise known as Dougy Fresh, Doug is: a good example of a struggling Jesus follower, music lover, former teacher, 30ish, introverted, southern fried, Mississippian, an amateur guitar player (best in the room currently), writer, college grad who currently gets filthy from tires every day at work, and perpetually single (mostly from the lack of loving dogs, children, and travel).



20 thoughts on “Who do I think I am!?

  1. Hi Doug, thank you so much for following my blog! I’m really glad it led me to yours- I’m only a few posts in, but it’s awesome so far. It’s so nice (and rare) to have a guy’s perspective on things. Looking forward to reading more! πŸ™‚

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting Cait! I’m really glad it brought you here too. If you get into my older stuff 😳 Be sure to put your grace-glasses on first. I can’t bear to take anything down, but He has changed me a lot the last few years. I’m glad and grateful you like what you’ve read so far. For some reason though WordPress won’t let me back on yours πŸ™€. It says I need permission to view so I’ll try that.

      • You’re welcome! I love your writing style; it’s straightforward and easy to read (some bloggers try to be too fancy and it’s like a chore to read). I try to always read with my grace-glasses, so no worries! It’s just nice to know a fellow believer, and it makes it even better to be able look back, and see how far He’s taken you. πŸ™‚ You shouldn’t need permission to read mine- here’s the link: https://scrupulouslyscribbled.wordpress.com.

      • Well I’m flattered and appreciate the encouragement :)! I’m usually pretty hard on myself in every department so it’s great to get that.

        Now we’re on the same page. I didn’t recognize the site that popped up with your name on the comment, and that’s what it wouldn’t let me go to. Now that that’s straight, I really liked your post I read today and can’t wait to dig further. Loved the bit about opening jars or killing spiders haha! Even if you have to pretend it really does make us feel good to think we’re needed.

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