Waa! Waa! I can’t stand the crying anymore.
Yesterday, Â I presented a rational explanation as to why Southern patriotism is stronger and more intense than the rest of the country, and all you folks from “other places” can’t stop crying. So here you go. . . I’ll give in and show you one of my favorite patriotic decorations that is actually from . . .
Â sit down for it Â . . .
theÂ New York Times.
Isn’t this the most fabulous holiday flag bookcase you’ve ever seen?
(Probably designed by an intern from the University of Alabama, no doubt)Â
I guess they have a few patriotic items north of the Mason Dixon Line.
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Southern style patriotism.
Showing this cool thingy on: French Country Cottage, Life as we Know It, Fireflies and Jellybeans, Mockingbird Hill Cottage, Six Sisters Stuff, Coastal Charm, Cedar Hill Ranch, Cozy Little House, Elizabeth and Co., Kathe With an E
You are a hoot! I love the bookcase and need to read about the crying! We really need to meet in the middle sometime and have a blogging discussion or any other!
Your friend from Biloxi!
Love the book case!!
LOL – that IS an amazing idea that anyone could recreate even if it was on a smaller scale.
Love the bookcase.
so pretty!! I love it! Emily @ Nap-Time Creations
Great photo and great writing – ha ha! – Dawn
Love this flag…and am super-curious to read this post you speak of; being Texan and proud,I know what it’s like hear a bunch of crying from those who are not…and don’t ‘get it’.
…off to read your post! Pat
Your humor is spot on and yes, that bookshelf is fabulous! Cheers to the red, white and blue, north and the south.
Yeah-What a surprise, huh?;>) xo Diana