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Daydreaming

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With all of the changes that have happened over the last year, I’ve neglected to write for some time.  Oh well.  Living my life just kind of took priority.  I truly don’t even know where to start though, it’s been so crazy!  But, I constantly crave this creative, cathartic outlet, no matter how silly a simple blog may be.  So, I’ll eventually get back in the swing of regular updates.  Anyway, I do have a valid excuse, as my life has been changing in big and exciting ways!

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My Southern Summer Bucket List

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As the weather swelters and summer approaches, my days in the south are finally numbered.  After years of wishing my time here away, having never truly fit in, it’s time to move on.  New adventures await!  But, before I can look ahead, I’ve become overwhelmed with unexpected love and nostalgia for this place that I long fought and, let’s face it, has always fought (no, more like brutalized!) me.   Continue Reading

My Spring Playlist

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So, I don’t know what is up with this southern weather, but technically, it is Spring, and I, for once (it only took 20 years after moving here!) am fully embracing this most stubbornly warm and beautiful season.  Call it early-onset nostalgia, call it pollen induced hysteria, but apparently hell has frozen over, and I’m actually enjoying the warmer weather.  Who knew!  But – South, make up your mind, please.  I mean really, I just don’t get it.  I will never understand the way things work down here, but you just can’t have gorgeous roses blooming all over the damn place one day and snow the next.  Come on!  What gives???  Where are the seasons?!  Continue Reading

Fall: Why It’s So Critical to the South

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Fall brings with it crisp air and that nostalgic feeling that is un-paralleled any other time of the year. It makes you want to cozy up with some cider, maybe a good book, or even better, your love, by the fireplace.  It’s filled with day-dreamy days of wanderlust and a sort of peaceful bliss.

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