How to know you’re in the South

- The sun comes out.

- It gets flat.

- People say “y’all.”

- Sun Drop

- People know how to make sweetea.

- Statues of General Lee dominate the square.

- Biscuits and gravy for breakfast.

- Trees grow out of the water.

- Shrimp and grits for breakfast.

- Cotton blankets the fields.

We’ll be home in just a few short weeks! Speaking of coming home, there will be a celebration of our return and a time for you to come hear our stories on the night of November 11 (a Friday). More details to come, so check back or on Facebook soon.

One WordPress Comments on “How to know you’re in the South”

  1. Sean November 2, 2011 6:26 PM #

    Ahh. I just saw that you left Florida, and you even passed through Pensacola. I have many fond memories that place. Hopefully you guys are getting plenty of that warm ocean breeze to keep you going.

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