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Pretty crazy…did a search for a Blue Lacy and MY Blue Lacy, Katie, came up!  Not even sure where this pic can be found online.  She’s just as pretty now, 5 years after this photo was taken. 

harvestheart:

“Katie, a Texas Blue Lacy Stock Dog” - Josh Jones
look at the size of her baby paws - she’s gonna be a big girl - and a keeper - beautiful

Pretty crazy…did a search for a Blue Lacy and MY Blue Lacy, Katie, came up!  Not even sure where this pic can be found online.  She’s just as pretty now, 5 years after this photo was taken. 

harvestheart:

“Katie, a Texas Blue Lacy Stock Dog” - Josh Jones

look at the size of her baby paws - she’s gonna be a big girl - and a keeper - beautiful

theblackworkshop:

Buddy Hanging at the Baseball Game (by Thomas Hawk)

theblackworkshop:

Buddy Hanging at the Baseball Game (by Thomas Hawk)

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Southern women see no point in the hard way. Life is hard enough. So we add a little sugar to the sour. Which is not to suggest Southern women are disingenuous cream puffs. Quite the opposite. When you are born into a history as loaded as the South’s, when you carry in your bones the incontrovertible knowledge of man’s violence and limitations, daring to stay sweet is about the most radical thing you can do.

There are other defining attributes, some more quantifiable than others. Southern women know how to bake a funeral casserole and why you should. Southern women know how to make other women feel pretty. Southern women like men and allow them to stay men. Southern women are not afraid to dance. Southern women know you can’t outrun your past, that manners count, and that your mother deserves a phone call every Sunday. Southern women can say more with a cut of their eyes than a whole debate club’s worth of speeches. Southern women know the value of a stiff drink, among other things.

– Southern Women from Garden and Gun (via southernfaithandfancy)

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paperimages:

David Hettinger (b. 1946), Jordan

paperimages:

David Hettinger (b. 1946), Jordan

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Pretty crazy…did a search for a Blue Lacy and MY Blue Lacy, Katie, came up!  Not even sure where this pic can be found online.  She’s just as pretty now, 5 years after this photo was taken. 

harvestheart:

“Katie, a Texas Blue Lacy Stock Dog” - Josh Jones
look at the size of her baby paws - she’s gonna be a big girl - and a keeper - beautiful

Pretty crazy…did a search for a Blue Lacy and MY Blue Lacy, Katie, came up!  Not even sure where this pic can be found online.  She’s just as pretty now, 5 years after this photo was taken. 

harvestheart:

“Katie, a Texas Blue Lacy Stock Dog” - Josh Jones

look at the size of her baby paws - she’s gonna be a big girl - and a keeper - beautiful

theblackworkshop:

Buddy Hanging at the Baseball Game (by Thomas Hawk)

theblackworkshop:

Buddy Hanging at the Baseball Game (by Thomas Hawk)

(via youngmanandoldsoul-deactivated2)

Southern women see no point in the hard way. Life is hard enough. So we add a little sugar to the sour. Which is not to suggest Southern women are disingenuous cream puffs. Quite the opposite. When you are born into a history as loaded as the South’s, when you carry in your bones the incontrovertible knowledge of man’s violence and limitations, daring to stay sweet is about the most radical thing you can do.

There are other defining attributes, some more quantifiable than others. Southern women know how to bake a funeral casserole and why you should. Southern women know how to make other women feel pretty. Southern women like men and allow them to stay men. Southern women are not afraid to dance. Southern women know you can’t outrun your past, that manners count, and that your mother deserves a phone call every Sunday. Southern women can say more with a cut of their eyes than a whole debate club’s worth of speeches. Southern women know the value of a stiff drink, among other things.

– Southern Women from Garden and Gun (via southernfaithandfancy)

(Source: gardenandgun.com, via spikedsweettea)

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Love me some Si!

Love me some Si!

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lover

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paperimages:

David Hettinger (b. 1946), Jordan

paperimages:

David Hettinger (b. 1946), Jordan

(via crushculdesac)

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Southern women see no point in the hard way. Life is hard enough. So we add a little sugar to the sour. Which is not to suggest Southern women are disingenuous cream puffs. Quite the opposite. When you are born into a history as loaded as the South’s, when you carry in your bones the incontrovertible knowledge of man’s violence and limitations, daring to stay sweet is about the most radical thing you can do.

There are other defining attributes, some more quantifiable than others. Southern women know how to bake a funeral casserole and why you should. Southern women know how to make other women feel pretty. Southern women like men and allow them to stay men. Southern women are not afraid to dance. Southern women know you can’t outrun your past, that manners count, and that your mother deserves a phone call every Sunday. Southern women can say more with a cut of their eyes than a whole debate club’s worth of speeches. Southern women know the value of a stiff drink, among other things.

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