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The South Might Not Be Right For You


I am a Southern girl, plain and simple. I have no aspirations to live anywhere else. I tried Chicago when I was in my early thirties, but two winters in the “Windy City”, made it abundantly clear, I would never fit in. The idea of wearing “long johns” under your clothes well into Spring is just not appealing. But I digress; Chicago, in all of its splendor is just not my kind of town or vibe. You may take the girl out of the country, but you just can’t take the country out of the girl. There are a set of values and sensibilities that were built in during my upbringing that just wouldn’t allow me to thrive there. So, I returned to the South and have never looked back.

Though, I moved back to home state of North Carolina after I left Chicago, a series of life events later led me to Georgia and of course the death of my son in February of 2022, led me to the heart of Dixie, also known as Alabama and once again, I haven’t looked back. While it may have surprised my family and friends back in North Carolina and Georgia even, that I would make such a bold move, I know that I hit the jackpot on this side of heaven when we moved here.

After praying, researching and visiting we decided to make northern Alabama our new home and after six months of renting, we knew it was time to put down some roots, so we bought our home in February, exactly one year and seven days after the death of our beloved, Ethan.

Here is what I want you to know, no matter what the elites may say about the south, here is the truth, we love God, we love our families and we love our country. We love our values and our traditions and we refuse to compromise or bow down to the woke mob no matter how many obscenities or censoring they do. We answer to God and it is Him alone that we want to please or at least that is the case in my house. There is no better quote to me, than what Joshua, had to say, thousands of years ago, “And if it seems evil to you to you to serve the Lord, choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15. Friend, that is the exact quote you will see when you enter my house.

So, if serving the Lord or living an upright moral life is not for you, please be advised that the south is not for you. We don’t want a new way of living that will violate, what we believe and know to be true. By the way, that is not being hateful. Telling you the truth is the ultimate act of love.

In Christian love,



2 thoughts on “The South Might Not Be Right For You”

  1. Angela, my husband and moved to Mentone, Alabama 10 years ago. We have lived all over Alabama and love this area. At this moment we are visiting our youngest daughter in Orange,VA. They have been married almost one year, bought a 100 yr old craftsman bungalow snd are expecting g their first child in Oct.
    our visit is really a 10 day work sabbatical to make this little piece of Heaven livable. It is livable but …. We have widened doorcadj GS, removed walls,, added a bar, ripped out old celatex, painted, snd we’re just
    Not sure how I found you blog but it truly spoke to my soul his morning…life happened. That God it happens under his divine care. I am so sorry for your great losses. I lost my dad at 30 snd now Losig my mom daily to dementia. I brought her her last June to live with us. Life happens snd we walk daily under his care and guidance.
    When we get home we must meet. Our lives are ordained snd I feel a new friendship sparking!
    Welcome to Sweet Home Alabama.

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    1. Hi Barbara, congratulations on your grand baby to come, what a wonderful blessing! I’m so sorry about your mom and the struggles that you all are experiencing because of her dementia. It is not easy at all and it hurts watching the person you love and who brought you into this world suffer, it’s really heartbreaking. But we know that through our sorrows and challenges, that God is with us and He comforts us and He gives us the strength and courage to keep going knowing that our suffering is never in vain. That one day, we will come into His glory.
      God bless you, Barbara.
      Please reach out to me when you get back home, I would be honored to meet you and your husband.
      In Christian love,


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