Lessons from a Southern Belle #44
Parenting doesn’t stop at a child’s 18th birthday. Parenting is a life-long job, even after children have grown and gone out into the world.
Lessons from a Southern Belle #43
It isn’t that as we grow older we lose our pride; it is that we learn to humble ourselves.
Lessons from a Southern Belle #42
If you live in the South, you are Southern. All the rest are considered Yankees…especially those who live above the Mason-Dixon line.
Anonymous asked: i don't think you necessarily need to be raised in the south to say your meaning of southern. though, it is the way i would define it. yes, i do live in the north but i believe i was raised with the same values many southerners are raised. honestly, no one understands the meaning of hospitality or the meaning of home. they all want to move away. so, even though the south is based around these...
Lessons from a Southern Belle #41
Family doesn’t always refer to the a-typical father, mother, and their 2.5 kids. Family refers to those we can say that we love without limits or conditions.
Lessons from a Southern Belle #40
You know you are a southern belle when packing for vacation you need a-whole-nother bag for cosmetics and bathroom essentials. It never fails. It doesn’t matter how hard I try, when I pack for vacation I always have to take two bags. One just won’t do! By the way, ladies, your favorite Southern Belle is leaving for Orange Beach, AL in less than 12 hours!!!! Promising lots of...
Lessons from a Southern Belle #39
Heaven help the man who thinks he can tell a Southern Belle what to do.
Southern Belle Updates!
Hello, belles and beaus! I just wanted to wish you all a Happy Wednesday from Nashville! It is another one of those regular Southern afternoons where it is 93 degrees and the humidity is relentless! Don’t forget to drink lots of water and find some shade when you can. I also wanted to give a few updates as far as the blog is concerned… “Lessons from a Southern Belle”...
Lessons from a Southern Belle #38
It is perfectly fine to drive with the windows down and have the A/C on when it is 100 degrees outside with 80% humidity.