Even though he came from California, my old friend Jim had a way of connecting to and understanding Southern folks.
My friend got the role of a lifetime -- a small part in a movie starring Dolly Parton -- but I don't mind taking some credit for pushing her in that direction.
Mama's wedding ring a sparkling -- and poignant -- reminder of her.
Sometimes this old world gets crazy enough that it drives the sane insane and the easy-going folks to swear.
When it comes to inspiration, I'm hoping that opposites really do attract.
When it comes to Southern cooking, your biscuit pan says a lot about you.
It's me. Dixie Dew, again. Y'all who read this column regularly know that I am Ronda's adorable and svelte (though she writes differently) dachshund. This is the third time I've guest-written this column but since it's Mother's Day, I'm giving her the day off. This is my gift to
By not listening to what everyone else thought, my friend found a love of a lifetime.
A history lesson of my people and why we are the way we are.
Remembering a quick story about the Intimidator.
When it comes to Easter, Mama's Smiley concotion always took the cake.
When it comes to grammar, I know the rules better than I follow them.
A friend of mine who has a penchant for sending along lovely, thoughtful gifts out did himself a while back.
When times get tough, we all need help from each other.
If Shakespeare and the King James version of the bible are considered such relics, why haven't we found any better way? That is the question.