THE DIXIE DIVA: Challenges of life can make for a trove of treasure
It fascinates me to see what the journey of life will drill into our souls and our minds to make a good story.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Low-fat buttermilk has no place in a Southern home
Always choose a Southern doctor, preferably an overweight one, over a fussy California physician.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Paying attention to small signs can help you prepare for big events
Nature has inside information it will share if you only know where to look.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Swerving will not let you avoid the problem
NASCAR drivers are great sources of wisdom when it comes to risk taking, generosity, dream chasing, kindness and loyalty.
THE DIXIE DIVA: As a rule, in the South you are either proud or humble
What I have come to learn, though it has taken a few decades, is that humility, while noble, can be as destructive as pride.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Some great memories come in the shade of hot pink
New luggage in bright, cherry colors a reminder of some great childhood dreams.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Stories of moutain religion harken to another time
Some stories, including old-time religion and and the days of moonshine toting ridge-runners, are best told in black and white.
To this conclusion I have come: the most deadly years of our lives are the ages 16 to 21.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Historical fact or legend? It’s all fascinating.
Their histories, accurate and complete, are lost to time and buried with them and those who knew them.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Who wants to be boringly completely normal?
Maw-Maw was smart as a whip, but she also had her peculiarities.