I Wish I Was in Dixie

My blog is an eclectic mix of all things lovely, delicious, refreshing and fun. This includes recipes, personal renewal opportunities, women's issues and family/parenting life.
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My blog is an eclectic mix of all things lovely, delicious, refreshing and fun. This includes recipes, personal renewal opportunities, women's issues and family/parenting life.

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