I’m so pumped to write this post! I decided back when I started this blog that I wanted to do some sort of favorites series so that I can share with you all but also look back and see what I was interested in. We’re only halfway through November but I’m obsessed with so many…… Continue reading November Favorites
I wanted to write without thinking about it too much and it’s become a rambling mess. Oops! Last year during a bad mental health week, I was scrolling through Instagram and came across a body positivity challenge created by Kenzie Brenna. During January 2017, I took photos that I never would have shared before the…… Continue reading My Body & Mental Health
Hi all! It’s been a while. Since I last posted, we’ve moved! We’re still near Atlanta. I’ve started training to be a volunteer Crisis Counselor. Other than that, not much has changed but I have started baking again. It’s not something I’m really good at but at one point, I did want to go to…… Continue reading Update + Pumpkin Cake Recipe!
I’m feeling a little nostalgic today. My grandparents planned on visiting our new place but something came up so we’re going to reschedule. I’ll blog about their visit in the future. Instead here are some photos that Elizabeth took before we moved. My childhood playhouse. Papa built it and we all painted it together. There’s handprints…… Continue reading MY CHILDHOOD HOME.
In case you didn’t know already, Elizabeth graduated in May 2016! Since then, she got a job with her degree and we’ve moved out together in our first little apartment near Atlanta, Georgia. I couldn’t be happier or more proud of her. So I wanted to share our journey together, starting with her graduation. Look out for…… Continue reading MY GIRLFRIEND GRADUATED.
In October, we took a little trip to Southern Belle Farm in McDonough, Georgia. We wanted to celebrate autumn and a corn maze seemed perfect. One quick Google search and we found one only 30 minutes away! It’s in a historical 330-acre farm, open seasonally to the public for berry picking and other attractions. Currently…… Continue reading THROUGH THE CORN MAZE.
In an alternate universe where I’m President of the United States… For MLK day, Elizabeth and I visited The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. My eyes were closed but look how huge this building is! Plains is a small town of around 800, about two and a half hours from Atlanta. It was perfect for our little day trip…… Continue reading WHERE JIMMY CARTER GREW UP.