All the Nashville stars on Music Row What a weekend! I am actually having trouble summing it up, but here’s my best attempt: The purpose of the trip was my aunt Anna’s wedding, to meet her husband, to meet my sister Sammi’s boyfriend Thomas, to visit with my extended family, to let out the secret […]
I know I have been slacking lately, but today was my first day back at work and it’s been crazy! I am also preparing to leave for Nashville tomorrow, so posts will be sporadic.
I finally got around to going to the new Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park (and just remembered to post the pictures). It opened in July and goes under the bridge. View of the Bridge Revolutionary War Memorial The Bridge Gazebo
“Home is where the Heart is,” Montreal, Canada At the beginning of the summer, I made a list of things I wanted to do in my first full summer in Charleston. I didn’t complete them all, but made a serious dent in it. Here it is: Watch the sunset at the beach (Check) Go to […]
Mast General Store, Boone, North Carolina Yesterday, I got really homesick, but not even for my own home. Maybe it’s because I was having such a bad day, but I really wanted to head up to the mountains and see my sister. It’s a bizarre feeling to have wandering homesickness for a place that isn’t […]
Color edited couch at Palmer’s Lodge Hostel, London Today I realized how very lucky I am. I have the best friends and family in the world. They love me enough to read this silly blog, even when there is nothing interesting to read. I also want to thank those 5 whole followers (plus the ones […]
I’ve been working on redecorating my room for a while now, but I finally decided to upload pictures. This is a new (school) year, but the exact same space. Right nook bookshelf, British flag chair, and banjo new Ikea bed, pillows, and bedspread from TJ Maxx Travel inspiration bulletin board Desk (found on trash day), […]
I know this is a rather bold statement to make, but if you’ve been there, you know. It’s not about the ambiance or the culinary pizzazz, but the simple life. The art of doing nothing but drinking a beer, eating some seafood, and watching the sun set on the marsh. I decided to post my […]
Fisher Folk Art When I was driving through Boone, North Carolina last weekend, I happened upon these barns with quilt patterns painted on them and fell in love.
Porters Your “helpful” porter, who may do little more than watch you bring your bags to the curb, will harass you for tips. Ours kept mentioning that this was the last time we would see him and I thought, “Okay, it was nice to meet you,” but he kept saying it until my friend gave […]