Bless His Heart: The GRITS Guide to Loving (or Just Living With) Southern Men

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Penguin, Nov 27, 2007 - Humor - 240 pages
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From the bestselling author of The GRITS® Guide to Life—a manual for catching, loving, feeding, and living with Southern men 

If you’re living and breathing in this country, chances are you know a male GRITS (Gentlemen Raised In The South), and if you’re Southern yourself (or just wish you were), chances are you love him, bless his heart—but you sure don’t understand him. Does your man:
* Know every single word to his school’s fight song?
* Love MoonPies, RC Cola, and GooGoo Clusters?
* Still think Mama can do no wrong, even though he’s got grandchildren of his own? 

Whether he lives in a tar-paper shack or a columned mansion, Deborah Ford celebrates and roasts the wonderful, entertaining, and downright crazy male GRITS who Southern women can’t live without.
 

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Contents

Title Page
RULES OF THE ROAD
CATCHING A SOUTHERN
ROPING HIMIN
THE SOUTHERN BOY AT HOME
THE SOUTHERN BOY IN THE WORLD
CARE AND FEEDING OF THE SOUTHERN
CANT LIVE WITH THEM
CONCLUSION
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About the author (2007)

Deborah Ford is the founder of Grits, Inc., a merchandising company specializing in women’s apparel. In 1995, Ford—then a high school volleyball coach in Alabama—began printing T-shirts emblazoned with "Girls Raised in the South" to inspire her players. The response she received was so overwhelming that she quit her teaching job and took her products to an apparel trade show. Her multimillion-dollar business sells GRITS books and merchandise world-wide to Southerners and wannabe Southerners. Her first book, The GRITS Guide to Life, was a New York Times Bestseller and SEBA Award winner, and spurred the series of lifestyle books that include GRITS Friends Are Forevah and Puttin’ on the GRITS.

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