Hello, my loves! It's been a while, hasn't it? Over a month, in fact. I've read that in order to be a successful blogger, you should post on a regular basis. Welp. I have broken that rule many times. But the blogging gods are obligated to forgive my absence, because I have some pretty damn … Continue reading a few announcements (and a confession)
I'm lucky enough to have more than one best friend, and I'm even luckier to count my mom among them. I know it sounds cliché (especially on Mother's Day) but it's true. We do all the typical mother-daughter things: I call her when I'm angry and need to vent, and I call her just to … Continue reading The Paris of the South
No other place has quite pulled at my heart like New York. My love for the sprawling, impossible city started with a key chain. Dad had just returned from a business trip; it was lucky, really, because I was still at that age where I selfishly expected gifts from my parents when they traveled without us. When … Continue reading i heart new york
We made it. We actually made it through 2017. I don't need to remind you that 2017 was an exhausting year, right? Even on a personal level, a lot happened--I mean, I got married, which is a pretty big deal. But in the wake of extreme political turmoil and anxiety, the Internet has decided that … Continue reading ring in the new year
To read about our wedding ceremony, read Part I here! It is no secret that I love all things Disney. But when I added 'Disney World' to our list of honeymoon options, I didn't think it would actually happen. Fortunately, Drew loves theme parks and roller coasters as much as I do, so he agreed to go … Continue reading Newlyweds, Part II: Honeymoon Adventure!
Last February, Drew and I decided to take advantage of our long weekend and take a trip to Nashville. It's a relatively short drive from Atlanta, after all--why not? We had so many adventures planned: coffee shops, live music, a day at the library...little did I know that our weekend getaway would become a pivotal … Continue reading Newlyweds, Part I: Celebration!
I don't know if I feel like an adult, or if I ever really will, but I turned twenty-five the other day! That's worth celebrating, right? In honor of my twenty-fifth year, I have compiled a list of twenty-five things that I think and feel. There is no rhyme or reason to this list; … Continue reading Quarter-Life Celebration!