Monday, August 20, 2012

Prissy Southern Giveaway!


Back in 1979 Miss Charleston, Jan Jenkins Herlong became Miss South Carolina.  She's a Lowcountry South Carolina farm girl who went from bare feet to high heels to compete in the Miss America Pageant.  Jane came from a meager background and was literally the farmer's daughter.  Diagnosed at a young age with dyslexia, she was also told that she wasn't very pretty.

Well, bless her heart, 'cuz she ended up walking the runway in the Miss America pageant...looking ever-so beautiful in a hot pink one-piece!

Jane's official Miss America portrait.  What an exciting time in her life this must have been!

Today Jane is a professional speaker, professional singer, recording artist {her singing is aired regularly on Blue Collar Sirius Xm Radio}, and author.  My late BF Teresa Jane designed Jane's website and and gave me her book Bare Feet to High Heels.

I enjoyed Jane's book so much, I decided to buy her CD's for my roadtrip to Georgia!
Bury me with my Pearls


Don't throw tomatoes at my field of dreams


Down-home Principles, Uptown Humor

You can order Jane's CDs and books here.
OR, you can enter to win the 3 CD's featured above from Miss Janice!  I so enjoyed Jane's prissy Southern humor and now would love to pass these on to someone who might appreciate the same. {I'm not parting with my book 'cuz my late BF Teresa Jane gave it to me and it's autographed by Jane}.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling me you would like to win the CD's.  I will draw for the winner tomorrow at 6pm.  Good luck y'all!

10 comments:

lms52 said...

I would love to win the CDs!

Hattie said...

Oh, my! How I would love to win the CDs! And I'm gonna go out and buy her book.
Thanks, Miss Janice

Living Life in the Lowcountry said...

I would love to win!
Being a South Carolina girl, I think I remember when she was Miss SC! My best friend and I didn't miss a Miss SC contest or Miss America when we were growing up!

Kittie Howard said...

I remember Jane's story. (Yes, I watch the Miss America Pagent.) She was, I think, one of the most natural beauties. (But I'll pass on the contest, as I have her book.)

Evann said...

What an awesome lady! I would love to win her CDs!! :)

Evann said...

What an awesome lady! I would LOVE to win her CDs!! :)

Lisa Bolling said...

How lovely, Miss Janice. I would be delighted to win Miss Jane's CD collection.

Lisa Bolling said...

How lovely, Miss Janice. I would be delighted to win Miss Jane's CD collection.

AngelaV said...

Yes, I would love to win!

His Way or Her Way said...

I would love to win the cds too.

Lori