When I was in high school, like a million years ago, I took a home ec class. I know what you’re thinking, this girl who talks about being a girl boss and equality in the work place and women’s rights–took a class that revolved around the idea that the woman’s place in the home? First, … More Sew, Girl! Quilt that Quilt
In all honesty, I’m not a huge jewelry wear-er. I like simple pieces that I can wear with anything. However, I have come across a few pieces that I absolutely love and have layered together to wear all the time! I have detailed them below. Kendra Scott The Kendra Scott Summer 2018 … More Simple Layers and High-tech Surprises
Savannah is a city of history, culture, food and drink–and I must say, it has the best of all of those categories. I recently spent a week in this gorgeous city and found that it is also a city of love! Below are the places that we fell in love with and the places that … More A Savannah Engagement
I know very little about gardening. I will be the first one to admit that. However, I love living things, I love flowers, I love plants and I love learning new hobbies. Over the past few months, gardening has been that hobby. … More Gardening Without A Green Thumb
My favorite topic to write about is love, partly because love is such a mystery to me. Why do we fall in love with the ones that we do? In the famous words of Charlotte York, do we only get two (or even one) great loves in life? If this is the case–what about soul … More The Magic of Soul Mates
April is National Poetry Month. Confession #1: I love poetry Confession #2: I don’t always understand poetry. Here’s the thing. I absolutely adore how beautiful words look and sound when they are in the form of a poem. There is an eloquence and sophistication to poetry that is rare among other forms of writing. I … More Poetry: The beauty behind the words
So, I made a commitment to myself last year to really try and be proactive about learning new things. … More Take a Risk. Ride the Horse.