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Southern Fried – February 23, 2007

Hey ya’ll! It’s Fry-day! Welcome to the February 23, 2007 edition of Southern Fried.

kat shares My Single Mom Life: Archives posted at My Single Mom Life. It’s great piece about neighborly neighbors.

Julie Heath – More4kids Inc. presents Tips For Taking Family Photos posted at More4kids.

Bill Losapio presents So What’s the Nature Conservancy Doing In YOUR County? posted at Bill Losapio, saying, “I thought this might be a good one for your “rants” category. I’m from the east coast of Florida. Our clerk of courts, a bonefied hillbilly, had some interesting things to share about corruption in county government that could be a warning to all folks who value their property (a trait many southerners still have, thankfully). I’m a new england transplant to central florida, by the way, who looks at the Confederate loss in the Civil War as a great tragedy, and the subsequent pillaging of the South by the Whig/Republican North as a horror yet to be rectified. I understand if you feel this article is not appropriate for your blog, but I thought I’d submit and let you decide. Best of luck in all your endeavors. Regards, Bill Losapio”

Bill, I not only found it appropriate, but your correct understanding of the War of Northern Aggression has earned you a place of honor in the Hall of Fry.

skeet presents A long, long time ago posted at skeet’s stuff. You must go see the pictures of skeet-past.

CyberCelt presents Celebrate Texas Independence Day posted at Texas RV Travel Blog, inviting you to share Texas Independence Day.

Alli gives us a glimpse of the Walnut Street Bridge at Chattanooga is Home.

Cass (that’s me) shares Papa’s Cuckoo from Cass’s Midlife Musings.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
Southern Fried at the Southern Fried Carnival home page. I look forward to hearin’ from ya!
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