Southern Sights

Love these warm southern welcomes

And this beach? Beckoning.

And the friendly Southern Highway Reminder. Just in case you forget ‘em.

About Karen Spears Zacharias

Author. Speaker. Journalism Instructor. Four kids. Three dogs. One grandson.

  • http://wayiseeit-eleanor.blogspot.com/ Eleanor

    I love the 10 Commandments…. with those alternative spellings. Also love the fact you can pick up a dozen eggs after you finish reading them.

  • http://koinepdx1.blogspot.com AF Roger

    Right, Eleanor. Talk about God’s poetry (or that of Karen’s camera)… Does the lapidary and rcokshop manufacture new tablets of stone when the old ones get broken? Then there’s this one: “If you’re gonna make an omelette, ya gotta break some eggs.” Obviously, we’ve never asked the hen’s opinion. But back to the Decalogue with a corollary: “If you’re gonna live life, you’re gonna break some______________.” As Paul wrote in Romans 7:7, “…for I had not known lust, except the law had said, ‘Thou shalt not covet.’” Good composition, Karen. The egg sign makes the whole thing.

  • Steve T

    Love mah suthern juish naybors!

  • http://www.garynelson.wordpress.com Gary

    Don’t forget to pick up some eggs while thinking about the big 10. As far as the welcome sign, well you never made it over to my place. If you had, you would have seen a similar sign I had on display in my front yard. Not as nice, though. Ours was spray painted on a piece of plywood that was propped up by an old king size mattress, leaning against the mailbox post.

  • John in PDX

    Can someone explain to this old Boy Scout what the heck is lighter wood? Is it pitch wood or just dried firewood? No need to reply. We just have different terminology.

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      It’s just kindling for starting the fires, John.


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