t a b l e o f c o n t e n t s
A monthly column about being a young New Yorker in the South.
fried Yankee goes north into the deep south
being the new kid on the block
cool beauty of
mother’s flock heads
not just whistling Dixie, NASCAR is gooder than
choice between a Yankee and a Southern Man
This weekly column grew out of the overwhelming community chatter that my monthly column drummed up. It was geared towards current events and a twenty-something’s ruminations on life. Most people praised my writing style and commiserated with letters of compassion, some people didn’t find all my ponderings appropriate. Whether or not they agreed with my opinions, one thing was clear, they couldn’t stop reading it.
year, send a snow globe and save the chocolates
as best friends, therapists, teachers, cohorts
fault is credit card fraud
believe in the pure power of prayer
shopping is bearable again
think we all grew a little together during the
For several months I wrote an advice column and answered those hard to ask questions.
news boyfriend is friend’s choice: Be
ready to pick up the pieces
To help the cause I wrote this column for the Angel Tree Network in Walton County. I reflected on my memories of Christmas as a child.
Christmas joy doesn’t have
a price tag