If their own space is any indication, I’m pretty sure Nic Teasley, custom home builder, has found his calling. The home he shares with his wife, Meredith, is beautiful (those wood floors!), but also incredibly inviting (and that’s by design!). I know you’ll love this peek inside their modern farmhouse in Tennessee as much as …
It's Blowin' Up a Storm - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
It's Blowin' Up a Storm - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. If you’ve ever been caught in a summer storm, you know that you can feel, smell, and see a storm blowin’ up across the wide Southern skies. These skies can darken at a moment’s notice, and summer afternoons often see winds churning and heavy rain clouds blowing in to cool that Southern summer heat.
Southern Squash Casserole ~ this cheesy, comforting side dish recipe is loaded with tender sauteed yellow squash, cheddar, Parmesan, and sour cream, then topped with buttery cracker crumbs and baked! | FiveHeartHome.com
He Was Funny as All Get Out - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
He Was Funny as All Get Out - 12 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. “All get out” finds its way into Southern phrases constantly, and it intensifies any statement. I was surprised as all get out. It was bad as all get out. Anything to the degree of “all get out” is something to talk about.
Worn Slap Out - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. When you’re exhausted in an I’m-so-beat-I-can’t-go-on kind of way, you’re definitely worn slap out. It is a physical and mental state a few degrees past weary and just this side of dog-tired. It happens often during a Southern summer, when the heat rises and the temperatures shoot past 100.
Can't Never Could - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
Can't Never Could - 12 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. Positive thinking, Southern style. If you think you can’t, you won’t be able to accomplish something, but if you think you can, you’ll succeed. We like to read this as one of the greatest Southern encouragements, but, like most of these phrases, you can use it however you’d like.
I Reckon - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. I reckon “I reckon” can replace any number of phrases, such as: I guess, I suppose, I think, and I imagine. It is a quintessential Southern phrase, said by friends and family on porches and in rocking chairs all across the South.
It Doesn’t Amount to a Hill of Beans - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
It Doesn’t Amount to a Hill of Beans - 12 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. In the South, a hill of beans is its own measuring stick. Whether you’re talking about volume or value, a hill of beans isn’t worth much. That means whatever you’re talking about is worth less than very little.
Grandma’s Southern-Style Chicken n’ Dumplings - It's very simple, absolutely delicious, comforting and filling, and is very inexpensive to make! These are "noodle" style dumplings as opposed to the biscuit style. ❊
If I Had My Druthers - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
If I Had My Druthers - 12 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. “Druthers” roughly translates to “I would rather,” meaning, “If had things my way…” The phrase is celebrated in song in the hilarious, Southern-inspired Broadway musical Li’l Abner, in which the title character sings “If I had my druthers, I'd druther have my druthers than anything else I know.” And really, wouldn’t we all druther have our druthers?