Below is an excerpt of a column that appears on It's a Southern Thing. Click here to read it in its entirety. My childhood home at 123 Lake Drive in Warner Robins, Ga., did not have an automatic dishwasher. It did have some pretty awesome saloon doors leading to the kitchen that my brother Doofus… Continue reading The dishwasher is 2 steps from the sink. Just put the dadburned plate in there
Below is an excerpt from a column that appeared on SouthernThing.com. Click here to read the column in its entirety. I think women could be divided into two age categories – those who have ever worn a slip and pantyhose and those who have not. I'm in the former. What that means is, I was… Continue reading Could this be the end of lipstick, y’all?
Below is an excerpt from a column originally published on It's a Southern Thing. Click here to read the full column on SouthernThing.com. When Baby Girl got married a few weeks ago, we had lived through the stress of COVID-19 quarantine and postponement of the original ceremony. I was so happy for her that day… Continue reading Thoughts from a Southern mama when her baby gets married
Below is an excerpt from a column published on It's a Southern Thing. To read it in its entirety, click here. When we were looking for an adult-kiddie pool for the yard of our new house, Sweetums and I were surprised to learn there has been a run on above-ground swimming pools this year. It… Continue reading If swimsuit sizes were Southern
The column excerpted below originally appeared on It's a Southern Thing. To read the column in its entirety on SouthernThing.com, click here. Banana-and-mayo sandwiches are one of God’s simple pleasures: Cheap, easy to make and filled with that tangy-sweet combination that makes your mouth happy. Do I care that non-Southerners poke fun at this creation… Continue reading Rules of the Banana Sandwich are simple and finite