That's Right!

Born and raised in Louisiana, though I have lived in Missouri for the past 5 years.

I love the place I grew up in, but as I got older, I felt more and more out of place (being the bible belt and all). Regardless, I am still a sothern belle. I have an accent according to other Missouri residents who never cease to make comments about it everytime I speak. I say Ma'am, a cart is a buggie, and it's nothing for me to handwash some clothes and hang them out to dry.

There's so much more to being a southern woman than your stereotypes. No matter where a southern woman is, she knows how to survive. She can light her home with canldes, without a second thought. She can cook dinner with one sturno can. She can get anything clean with one washcloth. She can work her *** of in the heat of summer just to see a smile on her child's face. She can overcome pure hell on earth to feel love again. She doesn't need a "shrink" to get on with her life. She will stand up to a grown man who threatens her life. And she don't take no **** from anybody!
FellidayaFiresong FellidayaFiresong
36-40, F
Sep 24, 2012