Meet Southern Lady ~ Nancy

It's just one special...just your typical Southern gal, that has to have her Southern Sweet Tea fix everyday... ;)
Born and raised in the South! Married to the best man in the whole world (most ;) I have 2 sons, 20 and 17, that are making their Momma proud!
I love the Lord with all my heart! With out HIM I would be a basket case... :)
I love ALL people, places and things SOUTHERN! (you have to be Southern to understand! )
I love my home, decorating it, cooking (some ;), shopping (everyday...I wish), Love antiques! Love to dress up...that's part of being Southern! Love my porch! Just love the Southern style of life! Oh, and love my Sweet Tea...did I say that already... ;)

I invite you to enjoy this little Southern Style blog and I hope you come back as often as you like! Feel free to leave comments~ It's 'the thing" that keeps me inspired! And, as always make your self at home!
Nancy Rosalina


Nancy @ Live love laugh said...

I am very new to the blogging world-Where have I been?! I stumbled upon it a few weeks ago by simply "Googling" "ideas for a spring porch" and came across posts! Well, the first was "There is no place like home" and then...well, I feel I have met so may wonderful people! I am happy to have come across yours-it is delightful! I am from Long Island in New York but feel more like a southern girl! So, I am lovin' everything I am reading! My name, too, is Nancy and having no sisters, I feel like I am meeting a bunch!
Thanks for your wonderful site...Tea was lovely!

Chrissy said...

Hi Nancy!

Not too sure how I landed here, but sometimes getting lost has great results! I'm a Tennessee girl too...born and raised in Chattanooga.

I look forward to exploring your blog...I can already tell we'd get along great in real life!


Tamara said...

I saw your blog while looking through blogspot and thought it was so wonderful.. I really enjoyed looking at all the items that you had embedded into your blog. I don't know if we would get along in real life, but being from southern Illinois a little southern belle came out in me when I saw your posts. I think you must be a wonderful mother, and wife. I wish you the best. Tamara from Chicago

Bette Louisville, Ky. said...


I found your blog through Our Creative Lives and so happy that I did. Just finished reading about that yummy looking choclate pie. Now, I must make that, too! Off for more reading. Thanks!

diana said...

Hi Nancy,
I'm new to blogging too, but you seem to have really taken off with yours...I am enjoying all of your items. Keep it up!

Susan (Between Naps On The said...

Hi Nancy,
Just found your wonderful blog via Laurie at Bargain Hunting with Laurie....don't know how I've missed it! Love it! :-) Susan

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Martha said...

I am so glad to see your blog this is wvery nearly my first commment anywhere. I enjoy your site and blog I was raised proper, my Mama a southern lady, with all the pageants and such,loved it so. We were in Michigan do to my Daddy's job. So as much as my hearts desire and the proper raising. I'm a want-to-be Southern Lady born in Michigan. The closest I can come is moving to my Mama home state this summer 2010, my lifes dream being close to my relatives and continue raising my girls in a way my Mama is proud of. Thank you for your site and blog. Martha