What did you say? Southern Sayings and their Loose Translations Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments
Ever wonder where some of the South’s most memorable expressions mean? Well, you’re in luck, because today we offer you four Southern sayings and their loose translations. Saying: Over Yonder Translation: Over there, usually within sight. Example: Look at those rolling hills over yonder. Saying: Hold Your Horses Translation: Hang on or wait. Example: Hold your horses, the...
Lessons from my Southern Mom: Sending a Daughter Off To College Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment
So the time that you have both longed for and feared has finally come: it’s time to make the long drive and drop your daughter, still a mere teenager, off at college. But what do you say to her after you’ve carefully unpacked and neatly folded all of her clothes and put them in her drawers, and she is glowing...
Things I've Learned Growing Up in the South Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 77 Comments
We loved growing up in the south. "Bless your Heart", "Sweet Tea", Football, Family, & Church. A dear friend who is now a Southern Ex-patriate reflected on her sweet time of southern upbringing and shared with us her list of "Things I Learned Growing Up in the South." We agree with our dear friend. Enjoy, comment, and share upon her reflections. ...
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