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Steel Magnolias and Natchitoches Fried Pies

Obviously one of my favorite movies is Steel Magnolias…

…and having the pleasure, or enduring the agony, of having lived at Fort Polk, Louisiana for three years…my family came to absolutely love the city of Natchitoches. 938 more words

Sweet, Sweet Sunday

Toni Orrill Talks About Her Latest Novel

Described as “Flannery O’Connor meets Steel Magnolias,” Poppy King, by Toni Orrill, is set in South Louisiana and highlights the sisterhood of Poppy and Sissy as they embark on overcoming life’s struggles and building family bonds along the South Coast. 27 more words

Teena Myers

STEEL MAGNOLIAS (1989) - A film filled with fascinating females

The following is my entry for the Girl Week 2016 blogathon, being hosted by Dell on Movies from Nov. 21-27, 2016. Click on the above banner, and read Dell’s and other bloggers’ takes on interesting female leads in movies! 492 more words

"And the love of God is broader Than the measure of our mind"*

This was a busy weekend pour moi. I went to the rummage sale at the Episcopal Church I attended growing up. I went to a funeral at Grace, to see “Steel Magnolias” performed by the local theatre guild, and back to church on Sunday. 220 more words

Steel Magnolias

I was talking to my grandma several months ago, and she said she came across Steel Magnolias whilst flipping through the channels. She’d seen it before, but the feel-good powers were so strong that she stopped flipping and watched it again. 526 more words


Audition Packet

Ouiser Boudreaux. To play 55 to late 60s – Wealthy curmudgeon. Tough, eccentric, accerbic but loveable.

OUISER: It’s not your fault, M’Lynn. 1,329 more words

Asbury Memorial

Steel Magnolias

“Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth.” (Albert Einstein)

History and literature are both filled with stories of women who other women have admired, adored, and revered because these women exhibit essential qualities of a heroine…

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