Bless His Heart: The Grits Guide to Loving (Or Just Living With) Southern Men
Deborah Ford, tireless promoter and bestselling author of The GRITS┬« Guide to Life, delivers a field manual for catching, loving, feeding, and living with Southern men.
If you┬'re living and breathing in this country, chances are you know a GRITS (Gentlemen Raised in the South), and if you┬'re Southern yourself (or just wish you were), chances are you love him. He┬'s chivalrous, kind, and moral, but he can also be messy, hog-wild, inattentive, and just plain frustrating. You love him, bless his heart, but you sure don┬'t understand him. If any of the following are true of your man, you might need this book:
┬• Does he know every single word to his school┬'s fight song?
┬• Does he sing it at two a.m. on the lawn of the opposing team┬'s coach?
┬• Does he think nothing of driving twenty miles to help a friend fix his roof, even though he can┬'t make it twenty feet to take out the garbage?
┬• When he comes home, is he often as muddy as the dog trailing behind him?
┬• Does he love MoonPies, RC Cola, and GooGoo Clusters?
┬• Does he still think Mama can do no wrong, even though he┬'s got grandchildren of his own?
With her signature Southern wit, wisdom, and heart, Deborah Ford turns her attention to the men who drive us to distraction. Whether he lives in a tarpaper shack or a columned mansion, Deborah celebrates the wonderful, entertaining, and downright crazy GRITS that Southern women can┬'t live without.
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