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Embrace Your Southern Sugar! - cover

Embrace Your Southern Sugar!

Julia Fowler

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

More irresistible stories and sayings from the creator of YouTube’s Southern Women Channel.Ms. Julia Fowler is back, and this time she’s goin’ to talk her lipstick off about even more things Southern. If you’re not from the South, we hope to learn ya a thing or two that you can tote back into your own culture. If you are from the South, then you’re ’bout to be happier than a mule in a pickle patch: Julia’s laugh-out-loud essays cover the dadblame weather, your obsession with football, your Southern fried palate, comin’ and goin’, your health, and bein’ country, all complemented by a list of sayings you will only ever hear in the South. Julia says to embrace it all, as there is nothing purdier than authenticity: Embrace Your Southern, Sugar!
Available since: 02/12/2021.
Print length: 168 pages.

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