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Two Ellie


A really sweet writeup over on Two Ellie. Some days it just blows my mind at how folks with great taste find out about us, and beyond that, take the time to write something.

That's truly a blessing. To know that your story connects with someone. Whether they are from the South or not. But that that longing for something, that reaching out and feeling home, the smell, the hue, that is known by us...

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Sweet Peach



Pamela over at Sweet Peach Blog wrote up a nice piece on us a few weeks back. She swung by the party in Atlanta and said hi and it was so pleasant of a meeting, even if it was a real short one. But it's those little introductions that turn out to be the ones that are the best.

Go give her some eyes. She's got some really great content, and the look of her site is just about as great as they come.


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Back Down South.


Met up with Caroline of Back Down South while I was in Atlanta. She's a blogger and photographer and has, in just a few short months, really carved out a nice niche for herself amongst style bloggers. She's always finding folks and shooting them and making all kinds of people look really famous (some of which certainly are).



Swing by and give her looks a look. Take a page of style advice from it....

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Back Down South.



Get on over to Back Down South, one of my favorite blogs of late.

It was started somewhat recently by Mrs. Fontenot and her husband (who is forever forgiven for being a LSU grad) in the mountains of North Georgia, and has really caught fire since. 

I'm tickled that I'm on therefor last Friday, with my letter sweater that Marianna made for me a few years back. Every Friday during the season she...

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Red Clay.

 

Woke this morning and paid our Massachusetts sales tax. Big time.

Then I was excited to find that we are featured on Red Clay Soul, which I think is one of the finest curated Southern blogs going. I mean, we're on the same page as Patagonia (one of my former employers), Sid Mashburn(another Ole Miss guy), and the Crimson Tide. What about that won't make a fellow blush as he sips his fair-trade...

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