I'm excited about this collection of stories about what it's like in my neck of the woods. One thing that Southerners can do is tell stories, and my family has been telling these stories for years.
Here's a description of the book:
Jennifer Youngblood & Sandra Poole (mother and daughter) tell funny, heartwarming stories about life in the South, such as this entertaining definition of “What Bless Your Heart Really Means”
In the South, we believe in being polite even if it kills us. So, when we just can’t fight the urge to say something nasty, we follow it up with a “bless her heart” just to make us feel better. “Look at that poor woman trying to jog around that track. Her rear-end is dragging a trail, bless her heart.”
Youngblood & Poole talk about the ins and outs of nosy neighbors, sibling rivalry, and why every Southerner worth her salt feels the need to offer advice.
Asking a Southerner for advice is like turning a woodpecker loose on a tree and expecting it to take only one peck.
The mother and daughter duo write about tornadoes, storm pits, and why their dogs wear clothes too.
These funny, heartwarming stories are a sampling of what life is like for the typical Southern family.
Pull up a comfortable chair; put up your feet and sit a spell ... after all, everyone needs that Southern Fried Fix.
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