"The time I saw those little stars above my head" is excerpted from the book "Not Quite Right: Mostly True Tales About a Weird News Reporter," available at local and online booksellers. For a signed copy, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $15 + $4 shipping. Read more about the book here. So here’s how it happened: One… Continue reading The time I saw those little stars above my head
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We southerners are known for our flair for creating new and colorful language but sometimes we also give new meanings to old words. Click here to read a list I wrote for It's a Southern Thing and see a list of 18 fun words below: Carry: To transport; ie., “She carried the kids over to… Continue reading 18 words that mean something different in the south
I made this for Meme Friday in honor of my dad, Charles Caldwell, who died in 2008 at the age of 68. When he died, I was 42 years old and I was an orphan. Funny how no matter how old you are, when your parents are gone, you feel adrift, like you're swimming without… Continue reading A Southern girl will always need her daddy
Admit it. You know you've done it at least once: Told yourself it was OK because it was the veggie plate.