Saturday, January 5, 2013

Southern And Proud

What do you think?

8 comments:

Felisol - Elise Ljung said...

How sweet.
I guess I'd feel welcome in the South.
Open and friendly sounds good and rare these days.
I embrace it all, except from biscuits with gravy.
Pearls, porches and peanuts are right up my alley.

Diane said...

Yep, that's us! We don't understand why the remainder of the country must speak with such accents? We can't understand why anyone would want more than a tall glass of sweet iced tea on a lazy Sunday afternoon? It's the perfect compliment whether you're swinging on the front porch or snuggled by the fire! A good meal means a big mess of anything fried, sweet iced tea and a pone of cornbread. Need a dessert? Pour some syrup over the cornbread and it's instant dessert! I'll close now with the tradiontional southern epitaph....Y'all come back now, ya hear?! I love you Trish!

Sandy said...

Yep! Sounds good to me!

Jada's Gigi said...

Southern is wonderful....love my South!

Margie said...

I could be southern! it's official because I think taters should be mandatory (even if you're just eating rice!!) and shoes should NOT!

Pat said...

I second every one of those southern charms!

Becky said...

lovvvvve it!

Mrs. Mac said...

I can 'go' for most of those southern comforts .. except I've got to wear my shoes. Some of my family lived in Kentucky .. is that south enough?