Anna is a feminist-educated, Christian married woman, who got this crazy idea to cover her hair and wear a long dress nearly every day. The experiment began in earnest after a major (and minor) epiphany in August, 2007. May it continue as long as God thinks necessary. Other people like reading about modesty, clothing, veils, caps, Autism, random political maneuvers, baking experiments and she loves writing about them.

She owns one spoiled cat, a laptop, a sewing machine, and a large set of knitting needles. Her husband, Jeff, is a professional Geek. They enjoy hiking, eating new ethnic cuisines, and reading books out loud to each other.

Anna loves the color green, lilacs, hammocks, and animals.

We became catechumens in the Eastern Orthodox Church, September, 2009. You may get confused reading my twisty-turny spiritual journey over the last 2.5 years on this blog. Never fear. We have found a safe place to land where the ladies generally dress modestly and cover their hair during church services.

Contact: a.ontheweb – @ –

[Disclaimer: I am not a feminist. I am not a Christian feminist. Any sentiments expressed in this blog are good enough to read for sensible folk. If you take difference with that, you may take it up with me, but do not lash out against prudery. She would be offended. And I live in southwestern Virginia and work full-time at a University do not work full-time any longer. And I don’t have children…yet.

More Disclaimer: If I link to something, you click on it at your own peril. I take no responsibility for or agree 100% with the sentiments on other peoples’ blogs or sites. There, now you know. ]


55 Responses to “About Anna”

  1. 1 Linda Finn May 24, 2007 at 6:26 pm

    Happy to meet you. I live in NY and cover for services and prayer also. It is encouraging to meet yet another sister who covers. May the Lord bless you and keep you.

    In Jesus
    Linda Finn
    Faithful Acres Farm
    Red Creek, New York
    Independent Distributor of Shaklee

  2. 2 Rebecca June 22, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    Hi Anna! I came over from MInTheGap to meet you. I don’t cover, but that doesn’t have to keep us from being friends. 🙂

  3. 3 Amy July 3, 2007 at 8:40 pm

    Hi Anna,
    I found you through Dawn Marie’s Blog!
    It is nice to meet you!
    I cover for prayer as well and worship.
    I am looking forward to spending time on your blog!

    Amy in Australia
    come visit anytime!

  4. 4 Gemaecca August 7, 2007 at 9:11 am

    Hi Anna! It’s nice to “meet” you. I’m currently considering covering my hair daily and am also undergoing a drastic wardrobe change towards modesty, although for different reasons than yours. It’s nice to find someone online who is as concerned with modesty as I am. I look forward to reading more of your posts.

    Peace a good wishes to you,


  5. 5 Winnie in Massachusetts October 20, 2007 at 11:23 pm

    Hi Anna! I’ve discovered your blog just two weeks after you’ve stopped writing it. How bittersweet 🙂 What amazing fun to read and so wonderful to hear from someone else who doesn’t think we should all worship Mammon! I agree with so much you’ve written here. You’ve got my brain happily spinning on the topic of clothing, something I’ve already spent far too much of my 37 years thinking about. And what you have to say about marriage is heartwarming and soooo accurate– it IS all about serving one another, something I had no idea about back in college. Your blog also reenforces my growing feeling of hope that many different people are realizing that relating to one another based on shallow things like what we buy or what we look like, or even, in a odd way, what our religion in. People, I hope, are starting to put different things first, things like making sure everybody has something to eat. Thank you for a wonderful read & an uplifting one. Oh, one question, You don’t pen pal do you?

  6. 6 wilkinson4jesus December 11, 2007 at 5:19 pm

    Hi Anna,
    Great blog! Thanks for visiting our blog too. It was neat to read your beautiful testimonies on covering. Thanks for your work on this blog!
    It is nice to have someone to visit with with these things in common.
    Anna Wilkinson
    Simple Living Alaska
    “Covering in Alaska”

  7. 7 frugalabundance December 18, 2007 at 4:40 pm

    Hi Anna, It’s Maggie again. You mentioned graduating from Hollins. I’m in the Roanoke Area. Are we neighbors?

    🙂 M

  8. 8 frugalabundance December 18, 2007 at 5:24 pm

    I read some more of your blog and you’re in Oklahoma, which of course is not near Roanoke. Oh well. I’m loving your blog. Thanks for sharing.

  9. 9 neogotchi January 27, 2008 at 10:10 pm

    hello! i luv your site, and I’m glad to meet another Christian blogger! stop by mine @
    Keep in the Faith!!

  10. 10 Hassan Hussein Cakmak January 31, 2008 at 8:58 am

    Dear Mrs Anna,
    I am really happy to see your web page and your activities as a muslim…and i talked about you about my wife (she is a muslim lady with headscraf) i would like to be in contact with you and work together for modesty, ethics, family…
    thank you very much…
    Hassan Hussein and Aisha family

  11. 11 Kristie February 7, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    Hi, I wasn’t sure where to send this, but I was recently nominated for the Blogging with a Purpose award,

    I got to nominate 5 other bloggers, and I chose this blog for its dedication to encouraging young women with modesty and purity and their walk with God!

    Feel free to accept or decline, that is up to you. my post can be found

    Sorry to clutter up your comment’s right here, but I really did not see anywhere else!

    Love and prayers,

  12. 12 Danielle February 14, 2008 at 3:21 pm

    Hi Anna,

    I’m a college student at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. I found Christ this past summer and was baptized this past December. During this time I started reading Scripture for the first time. I recently came across 1 Corinthians 11. I was shocked when I read it because it clearly states that women should cover their head during prayer, yet I do not personally know any Christian women that do. I’ve talked to my pastor and numerous friends about this, and I’m seriously considering wearing a covering. Thank you for your thoughts in your blog. God bless!

  13. 13 Rafik March 10, 2008 at 10:25 am

    Thank you, Anna, for putting in practice the teachings of the Bible. I am a Muslim, and both my wife and my wife dress modestly. I have posted your youtube video and added a link to your blog in a short article on my blog about the Harvard University Gymn decision. My blog is located at, and I was very moved by your blog’s mission too.

  14. 14 Meadow Rose March 24, 2008 at 10:36 pm

    Hello! (by the way, this is crazytomcat from youtube),

    I have made a social network called “Modest Maidens”. There are several “modest maiden” sites out there, including yours (maidens FOR modesty, maidens OF modesty, veiled glory, ect..) and I made the social network so that we all can come together and have our own profiles and connect. It’s private and by invitation only. Please join if you are interested.

    Here’s the site:

    (I’m still working on it!)

    I’ve listed your site “Veiled Glory” as a link, I hope you don’t mind.

  15. 15 kristin March 26, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    Love your ‘covering for beginners’ posts and am linking to them from my blog. Thank you!

  16. 16 Kim May 21, 2008 at 8:31 pm

    Hi Anna, Kim from Pine Grove, Pa. Fifty years old and feel led to start wearing a covering! Last month I felt lead to begin wearing long skirts or dresses after wearing jeans for many years. I think I’m scaring my husband, not to mention my children. Been a Christian for most of my life, but only recently have been moved to modesty. Any suggestions for dealing with my poor family?

  17. 17 Tosh May 27, 2008 at 3:23 pm

    To Sister Anna,

    I came here after seeing your video on youtube. I noticed that you said you have studied Islam in your time. Your attitude may well be closer to Islam than many Muslims.

    Just to clarify incase you haven’t come across in your life, we Muslims believe that Jesus/Isa (peace be upon him) was a great Prophet. We believe that Mary/Maryam (peace be upon her) was one of the greatest women to ever live.

    And we believe in Allah, God, as Our Creator and Sustainer, and the Governor of all affairs. He is the One and Only God, who has no offspring, nor was he born of another, and there is none comparable to him.

    It would be innappropriate me, a male, to continue conversing regularly, and I believe your husband would be in his full rights to forbid it. However, if you would like to discuss more, you could visit to go on public forums and clarify any issues you are unsure of. In particular, there are two sisters called Anna and ‘asiya on that forum who you may like to talk to.

    May God guide us all to the way that pleases him. Ameen.


  18. 18 ncnow June 6, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    Greetings Anna
    Congratulations on taking a stand for modesty. It is sad to see how women’s eyes are veiled thinking that uncovering is attractive. Women can feel and look feminine without exposing themselves. Why not take a stand for modesty everyone else is exerting their rights.

  19. 19 Jennifer June 18, 2008 at 9:18 pm

    Hi, Anna! I am humbled by your kind words regarding my headcovering posts. I see you work at a university. I work at a university as well — looks like we have several things in common! Please stop by again soon. We’d love to have you!

  20. 20 akhomeschoolfun June 28, 2008 at 9:04 pm

    I’m enjoying browsing through your blog and leaving a comment here and there. You’ve added a lot of new interesting stuff since I last visited a few months ago.

  21. 21 paul Grand Rapids, MI August 28, 2008 at 1:36 pm

    Dear Anna,
    a note of encouragement:
    “.. pray at all times in the spirit…” !!( a loose paraphrase of maybe a couple verses) Are these statements made to males only? I think not, but ask your hubby at home.
    I’M FOR WOMENS LIB!! – Christian women free to worship God the Father in spirit and truth at all times repecting God’s authority (husband or Father) and the angels too.

    Praise God!!!
    Happy 4 u,

    Paul V.

  22. 22 Barry Wallace September 3, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    Hi, Anna. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. Since our paths first crossed at StumbleUpon, I’ve respected you for standing up for your convictions.

    Blessings to you!

  23. 23 Mrs. Amanda M September 10, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    Hi Anna,
    I am new to blogging, having just created one in the last week! I linked to yours and have really enjoyed reading your posts!

  24. 24 Janan September 21, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    Wow you are an inspiring story!!! You should write a book about your self…’memoirs of veiled Glory’ or ‘notes from Annas life’…’d be great..and then half the proceeds could go to me for suggesting the idea… 😉

  25. 25 Sarah Elliott October 7, 2008 at 1:54 am

    Hello Anna!!,

    I’ve just stumbled across your blog and testamony and, as a fellow headcoverer in australia (Anglican as it happens, attending a small university in sydney studying theology), married to a most patient and kindly husband for the past three and a half years, May I congratulate you for standing up for God’s truth in a world so hostile to it.

    May you be blessed and strengthened for being emboldened to stand up for this neglected and most liberating Christian truth!!

    Peace and love to you,


  26. 26 Joan October 12, 2008 at 7:19 am

    Hello Anna!!!
    I’ve read about your Fascinating womanhood workbook, would it perhaps be possible to put those pages on the web? I’m from South Africa, and me and a couple of fellow-students want to start a FW club here. But I am unable to get/order the workbooks (it’s not available in SA) so am desperately looking for ANY means to obtain just a basic guideline. We do have the FW book.

    South Africa

  27. 27 Jeremy October 25, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    Hey Anna. It’s been great seeing your youtube posts. Keep the faith, and keep up the good work.

  28. 28 Shimmy November 16, 2008 at 6:38 am

    Dear Anna
    I just wanted to take the time to thank you for writing about my store Clothes And in your section about head scarves. The coming months will bring many changes to the site in fact this week I will be adding several new variations of my economical line of headscarves, this is due to high volume of sales that I think you are personally responsible for so once again THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. After cruising your site a bit I realize that your Christian beliefs in the definition of modesty are exactly as my beliefs on the subject as an Orthodox Jew and I will be referring customers of mine to please take a look at your site for Ideas as you seem to be very creative.
    Thanx again,

  29. 29 Lauren November 28, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    Hello! I just came across your blog, almost randomly. I cover my hair at church, and it’s nice to read about other ladies and their views on covering and modesty. I also noticed that you were looking into Orthodox Christianity. This made your blog even more interesting to me, since I am a convert to Orthodoxy myself. Isn’t it a small world?
    God bless, and I’ll pray for you!

  30. 30 Narobi December 15, 2008 at 2:53 am

    Hi Anna,
    How wonderful to see other Christian women with this desire to obey scripture no matter what! I still struggle with my headcovering (I cover with a scarf while praying), but the Lord continues to show me the truth regarding this commandment. May you keep following Him. God Bless!

  31. 31 Lauren December 21, 2008 at 9:51 pm

    Hi! I came across your youtube videos and I just got done looking at the “Formerly Known as Sexy” one and I was touched! As of September I am trying to make skirts and dresses part of my everyday wordrobe (I don’t think I spelled it right). And I’ve only worn pants when I’ve gone sledding or other outdoors actvity in which I’m not prepared skirt-wise for yet (poor college student).

    I love shopping at Thirft Stores and such for skirts. My mom is teaching me how to sew, because I think she sees that I just have ben wearing more feminine clothing. I only have one friend of mine who practices this, but we have never discussed it yet. She also practices headcovering.

    I remember wearing pants to school one day a few weeks ago…I almost felt naked. =\ I had to look at my reflection in a window to see if I was truly wearing any pants! It felt so weird!

    I also noticed that you are a library Asst. Me too! I work at the Circ. Desk at t he College I attend.

    To a Sister in Christ-Keep it up. 🙂

  32. 32 geekywife February 2, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    Hi Anna,
    I’ve been reading your blog for a few months now. Just got a wordpress blog so now I can leave comments without feeling like a stalker. 😉

    Keep up the wonderful writing!

    Peace in Christ,

  33. 33 lmae123 February 13, 2009 at 8:58 pm

    Hey, I have been reading your blog and watching your videos for awhile. They are great!

    I have a few questions.

    1. What do you do for sleep wear?
    2. What is your view on never cutting your hair? I think it talks about it in Corinthians somewhere. My friend wears a headcovering and she let me see how long her hair was and it’s down to her knees!

  34. 34 erica February 14, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    I think there is definately a devine modesty movement 🙂
    I started to do the same thing with modest clothing and as it stands I have been covering my hair , ect. for over a year now. Never felt better, spiritually.

  35. 35 Muhala March 12, 2009 at 9:22 pm

    Two things: Green is my favorite color, and I’m passionate about it! Last summer we painted our living room walls sage green and let me just say that it is GORGEOUS! Love it!

    And: I LOVE trying new ethnic cuisines. Love it, Love it, Love it! Feed me Korean food and take me to a Mongolian BBQ anyday. Love it! 🙂

  36. 36 poetreearborist April 19, 2009 at 5:25 pm

    Salaam Anna,

    Peace be with you sister. I dress modestly as one part of my spiritual path. I am also educated and a feminist. Not at all what most people think of as a typical Muslimah.

    Check out my blog:

    May God’s mercy and guiding hand lead your heart and your life.


  37. 37 Renee April 22, 2009 at 1:23 pm

    Hello Anne,

    I too have come across your posting on YouTube. I find them very interesting and enlightening. I too have taken up modest dress in the past few years. It’s been an interesting journey.

    I’ve started an interfaith modest dress fashion blog – mostly to share ideas and tips and various things associated with our finding ourselves in the style world – so to speak. I’ll post a link – just in case anyone is interested.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts – I’ve enjoyed reading and listening to them.

  38. 38 Roxana May 1, 2009 at 11:03 pm

    Hi, Anna.
    I just want to say that I honestly found your blog while searching for photos of head coverings simply to express my shock at seeing someone with a black Mennonite-style head covering in a Wal-Mart here in central Oklahoma, where I just moved with my husband. I was a part of a Mennonite church for a short period, but found it to be too conservative for my liking.
    But I digress.
    Your blog has reminded me of many of the reasons I liked the Mennonite values. The concept of modesty is difficult for me, as I strive to be modest and yet very, very functional. I have been known to wear less appropriate dress for my husband, of course, but have turned away from the life I led as a teenager, which included many people other than a significant other seeing much more of me physically than I would like to remember.
    However, I have never been comfortable wearing dresses or skirts for any occasion, and prefer to stick to pants. I do, however, prefer to wear full shirts, and to stay away from makeup, most jewelry (I wear a simple bracelet and a simple necklace with two rings on it, both gifts from my husband, for personal reasons) and other purely vanity-related items. I am a web designer by trade, and going to school for web development.
    Here is a question that I have for you, to perhaps answer in a blog post if you get a moment. What are the pros and cons of the covering and dresses? Do you run into situations where either or both are impractical or uncomfortable? Do you have variants based on season (Oklahoma gets very hot, as I’m sure you know)? What would you say to anyone worrying about these issues when it comes to the idea of transitioning?
    And, for curiosity’s sake, and because this page doesn’t really answer this – why did you decide to try this experiment? What has the general reception been – from your husband, friends, family, the public at large, etc?
    Thanks for some very interesting reading,

  39. 39 miss mary May 20, 2009 at 8:54 pm

    Hi anna, I saw a video from you tube that brought me here. Nice meeting you .We have some things in common.
    the color green,(always my favorite along with yellow) lilacs,(favorite because of my mom) hammocks,(a favorite of mine because of my dad) and animals. I just love all animals (maybe because my favorite aunt had a passion for them)
    any way thanks or sharing part of your life. Have a wonderfully blessed week.Drop by my blog anytime and say hello….. Hugs

  40. 40 J in VA May 22, 2009 at 8:12 am


    I recently found your blog and am enjoying it very much. I will be about an hour north of you after you move!

    Welcome to VA

  41. 41 Shannon June 3, 2009 at 8:29 pm

    Hi Anna! I saw your YouTube videos! Very refreshing! It is very nice to meet you! Oh, and love green too!

  42. 42 Star July 12, 2009 at 12:21 pm

    I came across your videos a few days ago on YouTube and they were quite encouraging. My heart is being pricked to begin covering (again) and it is a principle my beloved and I have been studying lately.

    Thank you so much for walking this path and staying true to the manner by which you were ‘fearfully & wonderfully made.’ BTW, I also represent the “dorky” fashion statement of skirts with tennis shoes…no shame here(lol).

    May you and your husband continue to abound in the blessings of the Lord (Yahweh) and continue to walk in a deeper relationship with Jesus (Yeshua).


  43. 43 Catrin Thorp July 17, 2009 at 9:13 am

    Hi, Anna! Got here from the Covered Orthodox group. I’m Eastern Orthodox Christian, but live in a city that’s largely Roman Catholic, so when folks see a woman (me) wearing a plain, modestly-long jumper, long-sleeved white blouse, and a scarf (even a smallish one), and no make-up or jewelry except for a small Cross, they usually assume that I’m a Catholic nun! In fact, I deliberately went to a smaller, more triangle-shaped scarf because the one that I really liked the most just looked too much like one of those short veils that some of the Catholic nuns wear nowadays. Not that I’m offended when people on the street nod and say, “Hello, Sister,” but I don’t want to be accused of impersonating a nun, even inadvertently! My teen-aged kids find it a tad embarrassing sometimes (but of course they’re at the age where they tend to find their parents embarrassing anyway); I think most other people, including my older daughters, find it slightly amusing but figure that I’m just doing my thing, and not hurting anybody, so no big deal. ‘Bye for now, and God bless!

  44. 44 Heidi July 25, 2009 at 8:49 am

    Hello Anna,

    I met you one time, in Lawton, at Santa Fe restaurant. I asked you about your headcovering and you gave me the links to some great sites. I too was covered when I walked up to you and was sitting catty corner to your table. I remember seeing you at Cameron University but never talked to you. I worked under Lori Hunter the catering manager at Cameron University. Sodexho always catered Cameron’s events. I would see you at an event maybe once or twice a year. I find it interesting that we both worked at Cameron and noe we will be transfering to Ft. Eustis Virginia this August. We are going to live in the Williamsburg area. Right now we are remodeling the house to get it ready to sell. I am sure that you know how Lawton can be in that area :o) Maybe I will see you in Virginia sometime. I left my email address for ya. Take care.

  45. 45 Ms.ModestFashionCents August 24, 2009 at 11:51 pm

    Hello Anna

    I’ve been following your blog now for sevearal months and for what ever reason – I couldn’t post. So here I am posting.

    I’ve seen you on YouTube too. (I got two things on YouTube – that’s all.) I too though have dove head first into the bloggy world and have been blogging since April. I too have a modest fashion blog – right now though; I’m posting little snipits of my testimony. My son is out of school and every time I go to do photos of clothing ideas – he obscounds with the camera. He’s 7 and Autistic and likes to take photos of all the little things that are important in life. (LOL – TV comercials, the kitchen faucet, his bowling pin set – stuff like that!)

    Any how – I’ve enjoyed your blog and YouTube postings!

  46. 46 Juliet September 26, 2009 at 8:51 pm

    Hi Anna,

    I have been following you for about a year. I am so glad that you are so encouraging with your veil. I pray that God will protect you in your spiritual journey.

    In Genesis 38 there is this pregnancy story concerning Tamar. I believe that it is prophetic. Please read and see what you think.


  47. 47 Reza Mikhaeil November 5, 2009 at 7:11 am

    Anne, I thought I’d let you know of a book you may want to read titled, “More Spirited then Lions: an orthodox response to feminism”

  48. 48 Sally November 19, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    Hi Folks;

    Anna, I love this site. So much of what you say really resonates with my experience!

    I’m doing a little bit of research for a book about women like myself, and so many of you, who are empowered by covering/modesty. Would anyone consent to an interview over the phone or email? Reply here and I can be in touch. Or send me an email at

    Thank you! This is all so inspirational and beautiful to find such a great community!


  49. 49 Robert January 25, 2010 at 7:30 pm

    Hello Anna,

    I am a Christian believer, living in Las Vegas (of all places). What I wouldn’t give to meet a godly woman who presents herself as such, wearing women’s clothing and covering her head when she prays – as admonished in the Bible. (I wear men’s clothing and pray with my head uncovered – as do the other guys with whom I fellowship; why is the reverse practically non-existant?)

    At any rate, I admire you SO MUCH for your faith and the life you live. Blessings always!

  50. 50 Mindy T March 15, 2010 at 11:00 pm

    Hello! I enjoy your blog, which I just found recently. I too cover during worship and prayer. I have also had the Lord speak to my heart recently about a major change of my wardrobe and I am slowly trying to attain new clothing. I love long skirts anyway, so that is not hard. The form fitting shirts are hard to give up as I always feel they made me feel thinner, but realize that is not where my priorities should be. I do get stared at more now, as people are just too used to seeing too much skin, I guess. I consider any sneers and such as part of the cross I must carry for Christ. I wonder though, if you could email me regarding why you cover all the time or send me a link where this topic is discussed as to the pro side of covering constantly. Modesty is a new big interest for me. I look forward to reading more in the future! God bless

  51. 51 leegirl April 8, 2010 at 10:29 pm

    Hello Anna. I am a 24 year old women in NJ considering covering full time. I have always tried to dress in a modest way. I find that many people around here dress very immodestly which bothers my heart. I have started to cover in a subtle way but it is difficult as I seem to get more looks with this style of dress. People in NJ are quite fashion conscious, and being a young woman raised in this area, I worry about that as well to a degree. I wish to obey god while still staying with in the “norm” of dress. It would be great if we had more of a selection of head veils as Muslim women do. As Christian women it would be great to be able to share this info with each other. Peace be with you all.

  52. 52 Muslim September 10, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    Hi , Im a Muslim woman all the way in Australia and i stumbled by your site by accident and it made me smile 🙂 good work…

  53. 53 elizabeth March 2, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    Hi Anna (my daughter is also an Anna),

    I stumbled upon your blog today reading about Orthodox women who cover. I’m also Eastern Orthodox and want to start covering full-time. I am curious about your saying that you’re “feminist-trained.” I have a MA in Women’s Studies and am always trying to reconcile that with my beliefs. I don’t consider myself to be a feminist anymore, but I also haven’t abandoned everything from the movement.

    I hope your mother gets better. Thank you for sharing your journey.

  54. 54 Sarah November 30, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Good Afternoon Anna! I just wanted to leave you a quick note to let you know that I truly appreciate your blog. I am a Christian woman, new to covering and am stilll finding the adjustment difficult but doing it anyway. I think the more that woman who do cover have blogs like this, woman who are new to it or want to do it get that much more confidence. Thank you.

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