I realize I haven’t posted anything in a while! Partially because we took a family vacation the other week… to Pensacola, Florida! On the drive down, we ran into rain. And the rain stuck with us for a few days. Actually a LOT of rain! Actually, the second biggest rainfall in Pensacola history!! Which brought
Last week, my aunt Kandysue and I went to visit Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville. Everything was blooming and oh so lovely! We enjoyed the gorgeous day: the sunshine, the sweet smells and the beautiful blooms. Here are some images I captured from our trip. To me, nature is one of the most inspiring things.
A year ago from Sunday (10-9-10), Elijah and I said our very own “I Do’s,” marking us as husband and wife. It’s so crazy how time flies! I can’t believe it’s been a year since our wedding. It seems like just yesterday I was picking out a white dress, looking for the perfect spot, and
This past weekend (October 7-8) was the 9th annual Goats, Music and More Festival in my home town of Lewisburg, TN. In case it isn’t clear by the name, the festival is to celebrate goats (the fainting goat, which is native to Marshall County, to be specific), music (with free concerts and battle-of-the-bands competition), and
This past weekend, my husband and I took a trip to Madison, Indiana to check out their annual art festival – Chautauqua (which I learned is pronounced… shi-taw-gwa… or at least how my Southern accent interpreted it!). This event started in 1901, having the “Chautauqua” name since 1973. It was actually my husband’s idea to
My husband and I were fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to take a trip to Florida the week of The Fourth to visit some family and the ocean. Along our journey from Carrabelle to Mexico Beach, with many stops in between, we did some exploring, some browsing small towns, and some soaking up some