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  • Susan Smith

    The South, Growing up Southern is a privilege, really. It's more than loving fried chicken, sweet tea, high school football, hunting, and guitars. It's being devoted to God, front porches, moon pies, and each other. We don't become Southern - we're born that way.

  • šŸŒ» Meischa B. šŸ‘‘

    Well... our Munchkins are young enough that they may not have been born here in the South, but they will have the privilege of growing up Southern. And, all this is so very true. #Texas #TheSouth #Southern #DevotedToGod #Truth

  • Maire Turney

    Sadly, I didn't grow up in the South. I grew up in a tiny town in Nebraska, but I was raised on porch sitting, loving God & your neighbor, baseball games on weekend nights, football on Sunday afternoons, friends & family, long days at the lake, Lynard Skynard, & lemonade. I ain't that far away from being a Southern girl.

  • Donna

    ...thank goodness I was born in the South :) southern women are the BEST!!

  • Elisa Richards

    the Southern quote

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