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Plaid Scarf Owners: 4 Ways To Wear An Oversized Plaid Scarf
Jan 31/17

Plaid Scarf Owners: 4 Ways To Wear An Oversized Plaid Scarf Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

The modern-day plaid blanket scarf— that long, rectangular contrivance — is not as versatile as you might think. It can really only do one thing: Wrap. And like many mass-produced things, it has popularity, but it doesn’t have much range. A better, more old-school idea is an oversized plaid scarf that can be folded and tied into many beautiful variations. But we...

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14 Things Most Southerners Do
Jan 26/17

14 Things Most Southerners Do Posted by: Rod Ford | 1 Comment

It’s hard to say if these things are genetic or just so steeped in tradition that they’re inherited environmentally from generation to generation. It’s probably the latter, though, right? We won’t bring Darwin into this, but we will bring Johnny Cash eating cake. Because everyone should see that at least once. And now, for your enjoyment, here’s 14 habits nearly...

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The Father, The Son and the Touchdown Jesus
Jan 26/17

The Father, The Son and the Touchdown Jesus Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

When my son was a toddler, we were driving down the road one day when he spotted something. He pointed to a football stadium, “Look Mommy, church!” I said, “No, that’s a football stadium.” Then I paused, “…which is kind of the same thing.” The reason it’s cliché is because it’s true: In the South, football is a religion. We...

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The Old Farmers Almanac Weather Predictions
Jan 26/17

The Old Farmers Almanac Weather Predictions Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

The Old Farmers Almanac has been used for generations for many things, including weather, astronomy, gardening, and much more. But have you ever wondered how, exactly they are able to predict the weather year after year at an 80% accuracy rate? SEE NOW: SCARVES AND GLOVES   According to the Old Farmers Almanac website,  “We derive our weather forecasts from...

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The Last Letter From Mother
Jan 26/17

The Last Letter From Mother Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Not too long ago I was cleaning out a desk drawer when I ran across a birthday note from Mother. Mom was always big on writing notes back when she was at the height of her powers. Most of the time her notes were an attempt to get in the last word after arguments in which I either walked away...

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Girls Gone Greenwood: Road Trippin’ in Mississippi
Jan 26/17

Girls Gone Greenwood: Road Trippin’ in Mississippi Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

A few months back, a group of my girlfriends and I piled into a black SUV for a weekend getaway. As I was leaving, my husband looked at me in all seriousness, “Don’t get arrested.” I was a bit stunned. “We’re a group of practically middle-aged women in a mommobile. We’re the definition of ‘can’t get arrested!’” I proclaimed. “It’s...

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10 Signs You Might Be From Arkansas
Jan 26/17

10 Signs You Might Be From Arkansas Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

  Ross Perot once said that he didn’t make Arkansas the butt of every joke, God did. Of course, no one really thought Ross Perot was very funny. And since he proceeded to have his backside handed to him by an Arkansan after that, well, no one really took him seriously either. There are quite a few things that Arkansans...

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ABC’s of The South: Ambiance
Jan 26/17

ABC’s of The South: Ambiance Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Candlelight can be romantic, comforting, and even soothing, depending on our mood. It reminds us to slow down, relax, and savor the moment. So we light some up whenever we get the chance, which is often. Whether it’s the soft glow of a tea light flickering, or the familiar smell of a scented candle to resurface a memory, the ambiance...

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