The Perks of Being Married to a Southern Gentleman

A big thanks to Rebecca from Rebecca Chapman Blog for taking over the blog today in the next Perks of Being Married to My Spouse post!

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When I was a teenager growing up in California, I had a thing for cowboys. Being that there weren't that many near the beach, I dreamed that one day I would move to The South and find myself a Southern Gentleman. When I met my husband those dreams came true. He's a completely different breed than the guys that I grew up with, and I feel so fortunate that I am his wife. Here are several perks to being married to a Southern Gentleman.

The Perks of Being Married to a Southern Gentleman

His accent makes everything sound sweet.
There's just something about a southern accent. Even when he's angry or reprimanding our dogs, everything he says sounds so polite.

Chivalry isn't dead with him.
I remember when we went on our first date and he opened my car door for me and every other door I walked through. It was so unexpected to me and also incredibly sweet. He also sent me flowers to tell me he was thinking about me just a few weeks after we started dating.

He says words that are not in my vocabulary.
Saying "bless her heart" and calling a shopping cart a "buggy" were completely new to me. Every day brings some new word surprises.

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He's handy around the house and outdoors.
Southern men just really know how to fix things! And if you take them camping, you are definitely sure to survive.

He appreciates a good home cooked meal.
I'm not even the most spectacular cook, but my husband is always so appreciative when I cook dinner for him that I feel like I'm the best chef in the world.

I feel so lucky to be married to my Southern Gentleman. My teenage self is pretty proud of me for scoring such a catch!

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