“ma'am” or “sir” can be added to the end of every sentence without being redundant024. we greet one another with bits of gossip, not salutations039. we get offended if you say you can’t hear our southern accent064. holding tradition close to your heart but not allowing it to define you069. act helpless and confused when it’s to your advantage; never let them know how clever and capable you really are…092. orange beach and gulf shores: what happens there, stays there004.
gossiping like our grandmas did in the hair salons038. we actually don’t spend all day in the kitchen or the hair salon063. we own at least one baseball hat that is camouflaged068. thank you notes are a necessary component of being gracious 091. where choosing the university of alabama or the university of auburn can make you or break you.
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It gives you pleasure while you’re at it, but it sometimes leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth and a pain in your chest.
the only reason you go to college is to get your MRS degree006.
our parents walked 3 miles and uphill both ways to get to school088.
nothing is sweeter than a southern belle cheerleader076. asking for a coke doesn’t mean we want a coca-cola. you think of yourself as either Scarlett O'Hara or Melanie Wilkes087. great-grandmother’s name, grandma’s pearls, mama’s looks, and daddy’s mustang104. your friends sound more southern just by being around you106. we keep our lips sealed and our eyes and ears open103. our parents are always “mama” and “daddy”, never “mom” and “dad”108. As you read through and follow my blog, you may not always agree with what I post, and that’s okay.You may love everything I say, and that’s even better! the higher the hair, the closer you are to heaven017. it takes time to create perfection, whether it is your tea or your hair030. we own three generations of Lilly Pulitzer dresses and know how to wear all of them to a football game or cocktail party049. when life gives you lemons, put them in your sweet tea, and thank God you’re a southern belle100. never pay full price for anything you can get cheaper at a flea market or thrift store102.