I believe in making your home a reflection of yourself. If that means merging your love for good country music, black walls, the 70’s, a pop of red and The Rolling Stones into one space, then I say go for it. Own it. Fly that freak flag, baby. Sure, I might buy a little knick-knack…
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Christmas is a close second, but there is no other holiday that gets me more giddy than Halloween. Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve been mesmerized with ghost stories and witches. There was no other little elementary school girl more excited than me when the librarian did her…
While I realize this blog is predominantly about home decor and DIY, I love that it’s turned into it’s own little beast where I can also write about anything from my ridiculous stories to the latest books I’ve read and we still have good conversations about all the topics equally. That’s why you’re my people. My…
*Y’all, I am so sorry if you’ve had trouble accessing my site for the last few days. I have had some serious host issues that were out of my control causing my site to be down. Hopefully, it is all fixed now. On that note, I also saw in the survey where some of you noted slow load times – I’m working to resolve that as well. Thanks for sticking with me. 🙂
As I’ve told you before, there are fewer things in life better than a good southern book. Losing myself in a good book is by far, for me, the best way to relax. I am a go-go-go person. Being idle is not in my blood. Being wrapped up in a good book though – well that’s one of the few things that can make me actually sit down for a while.
Towards the end of the summer last year, I wrote about some of my favorite southern books. Well, I’ve read more since then and have a whole new list for you. And ya’ll – these are good.
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There are few things better in life than a good book.
One thing better is a good southern book.
Cause we all know I’m slightly partial to the south.
These, in my humble, 100% un-expert, but truly southern opinion are the best southern books – the keepers. Some are fiction, some are non-fiction. Some will pull at your heartstrings and some will have you rolling in the floor. Some are about scraping by to make ends meet and some are about witches and ghosts and all things weird.
Would you expect any less from me?
The Best Southern Books…
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I may be giving myself too much credit.
My head may be getting a bit too big.
I’m giving succulents a try again.
With the success (meaning I’ve had it for more than a month and haven’t killed it yet) of the fiddle leaf fig and the banana tree, I’m thinking, hoping, praying that I can keep these succulents alive.
In the past year, I’ve successfully killed two succulents.
Yes, I’m well aware I’m the only person on the planet who can’t keep them alive.
I decided that maybe if I gave this new succulent a cozy, happy, pretty home it would want to live longer, so I made it a succulent book planter.
What better place for a succulent to live than in between the pages of a book?
Heck, what better place for anyone to live than in between the pages of a book?