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  • Linda Shreve

    Southern Hospitality: Be polite, say hello, offer to help, hold the door, smile, pay a compliment, use "please" and "thank you". (2012)

  • Michelle Phillips

    Life lessons for everyone.

  • Kendra Fultz

    Southern Hospitality, I live by this.

  • Bridget Gray

    southern hospitality, being a lady, & it's just plain good manners.

  • Heidi Frisk

    Inspirational quotes for the kids rooms. Only do this for people you trust though , learn how to set boundaries young

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