It’s not that Southern love is necessarily any better than other regions . . .
we just have a different way of expressing it.
“Gimme’ some sugar” isn’t about the white granular substance you buy in a bag at Piggly Wiggly.
And of course, Rhett Butler had a way with words (swoon).
(Thanks, Margret Mitchell).
And there are many years on the Gulf Coast (like this year) our Valentine’s wishes are crossed with Mardi Gras wishes.
So honey-pie . . .
Â enjoy your holiday, with someone you love.
And be sure to check out more fun Southern Valentines on the Pinterest board HERE!
Adorable Leslie Anne, we can’t help it if life is just better in the South 🙂 Love your sea shell and Mardi Gras hearts, and the new Mardi-tines Day holiday!!
Great southern Valentine’s greetings. I happen to think it just doesn’t get any better!
Sending FSC a big hug…………………
Oh my gosh, loving these southern valentines! Butter on my grits is just too darn cute!! And how clever is the word shawl? lol!
What a perfectly delightful post! I adore the seashell heart.
Have a beautiful day dear one!
Thanks. Those are actually shells I’ve found on our local beaches, and I took the photo on top of an old trunk I have.
Cute,cute Valentine post. I love that picture of you and Lois Lane. It always makes me smile.
That Lois is such a ham!
I love all the Southern valentine, especially the one saying “You’re the butter in my grits”. 🙂
Hope you have a great Valentine’s Day.
Thanks, sugah pie, you too!
In my NC house, I covered walls in a guest bath with framed antique Valentines. Your post made me nostalgic but I think I sold all of them. Happy Valentines Day!
What a pretty idea! I remember my grandmother having a box of old Valentines like this I used to sit and look through like they were a magazine. I truly detest the “new” flimsy, non-imaginative Valentines they have in stores now! That makes me a Valentine’s Day Grinch, I guess.
I agree I collect old valentines and I just love them. With all the technology today why
can’t they make beautiful ones like they used to.
I think you’re on to something, Judy! Certainly, some company somewhere makes beautiful Valentines!
Swoon! I love that line from GWTW 🙂
Yes, it takes some of the steam out of it, knowing that a woman really wrote the line, but the way Clark Gable delivers it, always gives me a chill down my spine!