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Southern Creatives – Janet Nodar – @Janet_Nodar

Have I been missing? Umm, yes. NaNo, Thanksgiving, still (yes, people, STILL) working on formatting the enhanced multimedia eBook of Rich Fabric. But, I am so excited to end this first year of Southern Creatives with a wonderful interview with … Continue reading

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The Death of Hairspray – Part II

Hairspray was a part of my life until I hit about age nineteen and grunge took over. There is a direct correlation between the amount of plaid and corduroy I owned and the reduction of hairspray I used. But, before … Continue reading

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Hairspray. The True Story Behind Its Demise in the South

Part I: Unfortunately most stereotypes find at least some of their roots in fact. I think you are probably familiar with the gravity defying bouffant of the Southern belle. If not, let me tell you some true (as in I … Continue reading

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Sweet Tea, of course

My grandmother made the best sweet tea I’ve ever had. My husband thinks that his grandmother does. He is entitled to his own opinion, however wrong it may be. After my grandmother passed away, I tried making sweet tea in … Continue reading

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