I don’t know how they SAE it in the south

There is something about having a southern accent that let’s you get away with saying things that the rest of us can’t. For example, if you add “bless her heart” to the front of what you say, you can get away with just about anything after.

Sugabetic Sarah had a great idea to start off Diabetes Awareness Month. SAE stands for Support, Advocate, Educate. If you say S – A – E phonetically, it sounds a lot like “SAY” – or at least it does with Sarah’s accent.
Head over to her blog to find out more about what you need to do on November 1st.
**edited to fix spelling error 🙂


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