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  1. You totally hooked me with “Friends don’t let friends drink White Zinfandel.”
    Strangely people often ask me what part of the South I am from due to how I talk. They don’t seem to agree with my opinion that I have NO accent. I’ve lived all over the country and my speech picks up stuff from everywhere.
    My favorite foods include fried chicken, fried okra, any cajun food, and of course – southern fried catfish with hush puppies. I guess I am a little bit south according to what my tummy craves.

  2. Born and raised in SOUTHERN NJ ( I once had to vote on the referendum for Southern NJ to secede from North Jersey—truth is stranger than fiction and often more fun)but I have lived in Georgia for 28 years now, after a 6 year stint in OK. When I was first married there was an even split, one Yankee,one Southerner…once our daughter was born I realized I had tipped the balance in favor of Southerners! But I’m proud and pleased to be here! All of this to say, “I can relate,darlin’! Glad to have found you.

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