Below is an excerpt from this week's column on It's a Southern Thing (southernthing.com). Click here to read it in its entirety, or click the link at the bottom. ’Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, The AC was running 'cuz this is the South; It was turned down low since Mama… Continue reading ‘Twas the Southern Night Before Christmas
This column originated on It's a Southern Thing, one of the companies I write for. I post a portion of the column here and then give a link at the end to the full original column, or you can go straight to the original by clicking here now. There's lots of other stuff to see… Continue reading You’re still Southern, even if those ‘you know you’re from the South if’ lists don’t describe you
"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
Ten things every southerner should know: Following is an excerpt from this week’s column, which now originates on It's a Southern Thing. The link at the bottom takes you to the full column. I do that because Southern Thing owns the rights to this column and I can’t blog it in its entirety. Be sure… Continue reading This book tells you 10 things all southerners should now
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