A Southern Yankee in the Land of Sweet Tea

A Southern Yankee in the Land of Sweet Tea

Here’s a little bit about the Southern Yankee girl living in the land of sweet tea. Why? I was nominated for a Leibster Award by Emily Vermillion of Bold Pearls. Thank you Emily for nominating me for this blogger to blogger award! I am really excited and honored by this nomination. Bold Pearls is a wonderful […]

Mayberry on My Mind

Mayberry on My Mind

Recently, on a spur of the moment trip towards the NC mountains (I was supposed to go to Wilmington but Tropical Storm Ana decided to vacay there instead), I wandered towards Mount Airy, NC from my home in Raeford. In more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants kind of trip, my friend and I started our jaunt at […]

These Boots Are Made for Walking

These Boots Are Made for Walking

Anticipation. You know how you feel when you are waiting, patiently, for something to arrive in the mail? You can hardly wait. You check the tracking number on the email every single day to see where your package is on the long, so very long, journey to your house. What are you talking about, you […]

I Like to Say I’m Southernfied!

I was born in rural Bucks County, Pennsylvania, but I’ve lived in North Carolina since 1997. Upon moving here the first word I picked up was y’all, and I knew then I was well on my way to being “southernfied!” Since I moved here I’ve picked up a southern-Yankee accent and a pound or fifty […]

A Wintry Day in the South

A Wintry Day in the South

Waking up to an unexpected snowstorm was a surprise this morning. Even more surprising was how terrible the roads were! I know that the rest of the country does not understand why we panic at the sight of the first snow flake, but here in eastern North Carolina we are not equipped to handle snow […]