10.20.2009

Where's Waldo, Souther Style

Thank you all for your well wishes on this next chapter in our life. It means so much to me :) I am often amazed at the healing power of blogging, It's amazing what a little pat on the back or a "hang in there" can do.

I was surprised at how many of y'all wanted to know which town in South Carolina we will be moving back to.

Didn't realize there was so many people living near, or passing through SC.

Now, no stalking please. I've had enough blogger paparazzi. Yeah, I saw you in the bushes taking pictures!! (ha ha)

Our little town is called Hartsville, South Carolina. Come on by and visit when we get back!

It's your typical small southern town.
You know what I'm talking about:
Walmart, hardware store run by 90 year old man, kids running down the sidewalk in overalls, pickup trucks covered in deer hunting bumper stickers, and breakfast joints that specialize in making grits. Oh and don't even get me started on how seriously the people in this town take their college football! Oh my goodness, heaven forbid you root for the wrong team!

We can't wait to get back. :)

au revoir, adieu, ciao, till next time...

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13 comments:

Ms. Sarah said...

Ha. I have had to learn to like football. We want to go to an actual game. I am suprised at how much shuts down but loved game watching at the kickin chicken...

Carrie said...

Sounds like a great place to live! I hope everything else falls into place quickly for you and you get settled! Take care!

dood1ebugs said...

Good thing you like the RIGHT team!

blueviolet said...

You will be so happy there! There's no place like home.

He & Me + 3 said...

I would love to move back to our small town in NC. Oh how I miss that. Good luck with the whole move.

Cherie said...

Your description of this cute little town reminds me of the town in the movie Runaway Bride with Julia Roberts.
I think it sounds heavenly!

kyooty said...

I just can't get into "liking" football. The food is good though. :)

E @ Scottsville said...

I think it sounds PERFECT! I love the small town atmosphere which is MY TOWN here in Texas. Love it!

Best of luck on your new journey!

kate said...

Liz- hope things are falling into place, they will! Keep staying positive! We're thinking of you guys...

Melinda said...

I'm jealous! Small town life is wonderful... Where we live is very fragmented and no sense of community. Your family will benefit in so many ways!

Kelly said...

Mmm. I just love small town life! I don't live in a small town (small city maybe), but it has that small town charm that I grew up loving.

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

It sounds like a lovely place to raise a family!

Angela said...

I live in Florida and love to eat grits. I am looking forward to a vacation in Nov where we will stop in Savannah for breakfast, just so I can eat some grits! (I'm prego) I make them at home but there is nothing like some grits in Georgia (or SC)
I visited Summerville, SC a lot growing up. Love small towns.
Congrats on the move back to the correct coast.