Do NOT mistake my Southern accent for ignorance. That would be a big mistake.
1500 year old 'Angel Oak' in Charleston, South Carolina. (Charleston has tons of year old live oak trees, it's gorgeous.
True, although sometimes it is hard to be classy.some people just don´t deserve classy
hydrangeas + magnolia leaves arrangement--obviously much smaller
Flip Flops- The glass slippers of the south! So true :) I live in them
Because only the South has sweet tea! I love South Carolina!
The Pineapple Fountain, a focal point of the Waterfront Park in historic Charleston, SC, USA. Pineapples represent hospitality according to the legend of the pineapple.
All my TRUE Southern girls Know :) "Well I've been blessed by the grace of Southern Charm. I don't have to be hateful. I can just say 'Bless your heart'.
Smathers and Branson
South Carolina Needlepoint Hat in Navy by Smathers & Branson