You don’t have to be a Southerner to appreciate the versatility of that simple yet powerful little phrase, “Bless your heart.” It’s used to convey care and concern when folks are going through a rough time. It makes allowances for those who’ve said or done something totally inappropriate because they just don’t know any better. And when all else fails, it can “bless the heart” of a truly difficult person instead of saying what you really want to say: “I already took a pain pill so why are you still here?”
Jean’s stories will make you laugh, think and reminisce about your own life experiences. When you open your mind and heart to look at life from a fresh perspective, you can renew your spirit and pamper your soul every single day. You’ll discover countless ways to bless your heart while you bless the hearts of others. And that will qualify you as an honorary Southerner even if you weren’t born and raised in the South… Bless your heart. In the good way, of course!