when you are raised in the South you learn things
you learn to say yes mam
you learn to say no sir
you learn that 9 times out of 10 the elders are correct
it’s how we do things.
there are life lessons to be learned
i’m here to share a little bit about me and my journey a long the way
from motherhood, to business owner, to decorator wanna be
even some diy here and there
mostly when the hubby is involved
i hope you enjoy what i have to offer
and hope you learn some things along the way
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