Oh my goodness is right! You gals went above and beyond my expectations in sharing your Southern-isms with me! What an absolute delight it was to read all of your comments! Some of your recollections of living in the South, made me laugh out loud and others warmed my heart. I love all of it so much I want to marry it! In fact I want more! So I am going to extend the deadline to Sunday, March 2, (just a few more days!) this will be the last day to post a comment to be included in the drawing.
The good news is, I am going to throw in another book! A fabulous Southern cookbook filled with stories and Pie recipes!
It’s called Sweety Pies;

An Uncommon Collection Of Womanish Observations With Pie

Inside the front cover are photos of

vintage handwritten pie recipes. How adorable is that!
This book is filled with pictures
and sweet Southern Memories!
It’s right up my alley! I would love to sit down
and have with a slice of Apple Butter Pie
and some sassy conversation
with the fabulous Sister Chestermae!

So here is the scoop…in the words of a proper Southern woman, I would love to hear more nicknames, your favorite memory growing up in the south….describe your mama, grandmother, daddy or grand-daddy, a favorite aunt or uncle, what they looked liked…how they dressed…what you loved about them….tell me what you did for fun as a family….what town events you celebrated…any interesting characters you knew that really stand out in your mind….who was your hero growing up and why? What did your mama’s or Grandmothers kitchen look like, smell like? Tell me about the town and the homes, what they looked like. The more comments you leave the better chance of winning!

Come Monday morning (March 3rd), I will draw one of your names out of my favorite mixing bowl and announce the winner! The winner will receive 2 wonderful cookbooks…Dolly Parton’s Dixie Fixin’s and Sweety Pies by Patty Pinner. This is a $50.00 value! If you are new to this blog, read the following post titled Yoo Hoo! Calling All Southern Belles! to see what all of this talk of Southern goodness is all about!

Thanks for sharing your thoughts and for stopping by for pie!



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