Beautiful Faces in Southern Places

One of the best things about the South is the people, as you’ll see here on CoziNest.

Recently, I met this sweet lady.

Beautiful Faces
Mamie

Mamie is a beautiful lady who helped me choose my Valentines gifts in Birmingham. When I asked her what makes her happiest, her reply was simple, “family.”

Joyce
Joyce

Joyce is a beautiful lady we chatted with at the pier on the first sunny day we’d seen in a long time. As we talked she shared something as beautiful as she is. She moved to our fair city 22 years ago with her husband who has since passed away. When I asked what kept her here, she said he does. “His ashes are spread out at the the Middle-Bay Lighthouse.”

Chloe and her parents.
Chloe and her parents.

This couple was out walking their new puppy. When they put Chloe down, she was all over my feet, so Joyce sitting nearby, asked them, “She’s so little, do you ever step on her?” He answered, “Not when she’s around.”

Brett
Brett

Meet Brett, from Mobile. Such a sweet face. She was here celebrating her grandfather’s 80th birthday.

Lifeguard in Training
Lifeguard in Training

Beautiful face seen at Gulf Shores.

Charlie
Charlie

When I asked Charlie what he loved about Fairhope, his answer surprised me. “Not as much as I used to, it’s getting too busy.”

The good life.
The good life.
Tomato Lady
Tomato Lady

Affectionately known as the “tomato lady,” this beautiful lady helps keep us healthy.

Visitors from Raleigh, NC
Visitors from Raleigh, NC

Our tourists are beautiful.

A Beautiful Face
A Beautiful Face

Stephen is my photography teacher. He is truly one of the nicest people I’ve met since moving here.

Adrian
Adrian

This little angel loves snowmen. Especially those that live near the pier.

Snowman of the Fairhope Pier
Snowman of the Fairhope Pier

Everywhere you look, there are beautiful faces.

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