Winners wear white. I don’t know if there is any scientific proof of this, but it’s an old pageant adage with which I’m sure many Southern girls are familiar, right on up there with “bless her heart” and the Julia Sugarbaker monologue from “Designing Women” about the night the lights went out in Georgia. Every […]
Author Archives: Elizabeth Grey
Elizabeth Grey is a native of Hattiesburg. She grew up writing short stories for fun and turned that passion into a degree in journalism from the University of Southern Mississippi. After college, Elizabeth took a features writing position with The Vicksburg Post, and, eventually, her role shifted to education and news writer, as well as copy editor. Her work has been recognized by The Associated Press and the Mississippi Press Association. She's covered everything from pageants and celebrity appearances to school board meetings and elections, but her heart belongs to feature writing and old-fashioned storytelling. Elizabeth has lived in the Capitol City since 2007 and works in media relations and communications for the Mississippi State Department of Health. She contributes regularly to The ’Sip as a writer and associate editor.