Lessons from a Southern Belle #31
House work isn’t something that can be avoided. It is a necessity and a fact of life. Might as well get used to it now.
Lessons from a Southern Belle #30
It’s not a Southern Belle’s smile or clothes or tastes that make people love her. It is in her very nature to charm those around her.
Lessons from a Southern Belle #29
It is required of every Southern Belle to see these movies at least once in her life: Gone With the Wind Steel Magnolias North & South the Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil What are your favorite Southern movies? Do you think we could add more to the list?
eveylove-deactivated20121018 asked: Hi there! I just wanted to let you know that I really love your blog. I spent most of my childhood in New Orleans, LA so I consider myself partially Southern. I've always wondered how much of a different person I would be if my family hadn't moved away, so I was wondering if you had any ideas about who you would be if you didn't spend your whole life in the South?
Lessons from a Southern Belle #28
If you cannot put your heart in it, take yourself out of it. (This was offered up from Kilee, who received this advice from her grandmother—both of which are true Southern Belles. Thank you, darlin’!)
Girls like us do not come around too often. Like us, and you will grow to love...– Unknown
Lessons from a Southern Belle #27
We should always take style advice from Vogue and the rest of the fashion world. APRIL FOOLS. The real lesson? Deem your own style. There is nothing more boring than a woman who dresses like the rest.