Friday, November 2, 2012

Sweet Southern Pies and Porch Swings...




Sweet Southern Vintage things are on my mind tonight...

Like old hymns and paper fans.

Sunday morning church service. Can I get a AMEN
via Big Phils Emporium

Makes me want to throw on a ruffle-y retro apron and bake a sweet buttermilk pie and a PEE-CAN pie...

Southern Buttermilk Mini Pies (12)


Cute Kitsch Retro Apron / Handmade Full Retro Womens Apron in Red Gingham and Turquoise Bodice


Or How about the lazy creaking of a porch swing a-rockin'?


Vintage Sepia Photo of Sleepy Father Dressed in White with His Toddler Son in Lap Summer 1933


I've always wanted some willow wood porch furniture. It's so rustic and unique.

Twig Willow Porch Swing - Hand crafted rustic furniture



This pretty vintage Southern belle dress is sublimely ethereal, I can picture it with gloves and pearls!

50's Southern Belle Ruffled Dress


How about some iced tea? We drink it year round down here in Texas yawl! And it better be fresh brewed. None of that instant nonsense. You don't know how many times my mother said she missed Texas tea when we lived up north.  I have a special place in my heart for the Luby's Cafeteria tea ladies.

sip & repeat - vintage glass iced tea dispenser. unique jar, drink, retro container, barrel, wedding, picnic
via Kella



Or a big old farm table to gather 'round and snap green beans for supper. I love a table that is so timeworn that it takes a beating everyday but only gets more beautiful because of it.
Vintage Wood Farm Dining Table - Mid Century, Modern, Rustic, Shabby Chic
via Hindsvik

Tipping Green Beans on the Porch. . . Beautiful 1940s Vintage Snapshot
via Lovalon

Well, time to gather up the youngin's and throw 'em in the tub. 
Thanks for stoppin' by sugars! :D

♥Linsey


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15 comments:

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Oh...don't we just love our SOUTH! I do drink my tea unsweet...gotta watch those calories:)...so buttermilk and pecan pie are off my list at this time:(

Blessings,
Linda

Angie @ Knick of Time said...

Oh my, I absolutely LOVE that church photo! I don't have a Southern bone in my body, by nearly every time I type the word, "blessings", I miss type it as, "blessins" and it makes me think maybe I have at least a Southern index finger! ;0)

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Fun post Linsey! I may not be a southern belle, but I do appreciate y'alls southern charm. :@

Anne said...

Y'all are so sweet in the South! I must visit sometime!Nothing like Southern hospitality!
xx
Anne

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I'm not from the south... but I am so southern at heart! I love the life you just pictured!!! I certainly am a country girl!

Jeanette said...

I'm not from the South either, but my Grandma was. It must be my "roots" making me feel weepy over these things-or maybe I'm just a little crazy : )
I appreciate this lovely post.
Jeanette@creatingalifenow.blogspot.com

Trish @TheOldPostRoad said...

Love that church picture! And I have been picking up pecans (peecans) in my yard, today!
-Trish

Ron said...

I am a Southern boy, and the pictures bring back some great memories. My Southern grandma who I called MeMe made the best puhcon ( that's how I pronounce them) pies!!! Yum! xo

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

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Hilltop Farm said...

Love your home! Just found your Framhouse site today via My French Country Home. Will stop by again - busy renovating a farmhouse w 5 acres in a sleepy coastal town in Oregon. Your decorating style is very similar to mine - very comfy but chic!

Swede Dreams said...

I just love living in the south. Cute post!

Heather SugarDishMe said...

That apron!!! Actually... everything. I could have been lost on this post for days. Would it be weird if I wanted to get married in that dress?

Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily Farm Girl said...

New follower here via DIY Dreamer. Beautiful photos. I would love for you to come share at my Farm Girl Blog Fest: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/11/farm-girl-blog-fest-7.html

Lisa
Fresh Eggs Daily

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Oh memories of my childhood ! My Daddy and his siblings were all born in Texas. We waved those fans and snapped those beans !
Took my Sweetie "up Nawth" (we live in S. Georgia) and he couldn't believe they didn't serve sweet tea.
thanks for the memories...

Samantha said...

Your 'eye candy' is too much! I want that yummy ruffle dress- it looks like a cake! :) Samantha

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