See Ya Later, 2016; We Probably Won’t Miss You.

It’s been quite a year. And, if we’re honest, we’re glad it’s coming to an end. But even so, we have had some fun this year, somehow. So we’ll leave you with our 12 favorite pieces from this year — one from each month. And we’ll see you in 2017.

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January: Scout’s Must See NYC Artworks – Scout gave you the low down on New York’s must see artworks.

February: Playlist: Love, Love, Love – Our Valentine’s Day-themed playlist of love songs.

March: Eat This, Drink That: Benedictine & Bee’s Knees – A spring drink and spring snack.

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April: Look Up – Zelda waxed poetic about the wonders of being up on the roof.

May: Once You’ve Loved Somebody – Our love letter to the Dixie Chicks, and the songs that made us.

June: Summer Character Inspiration – Scout took a look at our favorite fictional Southern ladies and wondered where they would be if they’d moved up to the big city with us.

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July: Just Folks: Andi Morrow – Just Folks returned with this Tennessee lady.

August: Year Three – As we moved into our third year, we shook things up, and thanked y’all for sticking with us.

September: Required Reading: Volume Nine – Zelda delved into a new genre: cookbooks.

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October: Not Unhappy – Scout discussed her experiences with depression and handling it.

November: 20 Hours In America: Why We’re With Her – Despite the outcome of the election. We remain with her.

December: Thankful – Zelda looked at the good things in this dumpster fire of a year.

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