a couple of years ago i was on the manic end of BP and decided all at once that I was going to drive from north georgia to west virginia to see my relatives. I didn't even know the way to their house, I just went. Fortunately, it all went good for me. I just stayed two days. They all seemed to treat me as if what I done was completely normal. ? My husband and I had a lot of confrontation about that afterwards, but we finally come to an end on it. It's just something in the past now. My husband aggravated me about my WVa relatives. He said they were snake handlers and all that stuff. I thought he was just being aggravating, but a show came on the History Channel today about hillbillies. I heard that WVa was most popular for snake handling in churches and it was the only state where it was still legal. I guess he was right about that! I'm glad I was convinced to go home. If i'd have stayed, I was planning on start attending a church. I don't know what I would have done if I'd have went to church up there and somebody would have brought out a snake! I mean, sure it says that in the Bible, but I don't want anything to do with snakes! I have heard my aunt speak in tongues before. and my grandma too, I think. They're both very religious people and I think speaking in tongues is something only a very religious person can do. They're from tenneessee though. This doesn't seem strange to me. But handling snakes? That's kind of like asking to be bit! I think God gives you enough sense to know that you shouldn't pick up a snake!
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