I’d like to say that I’m finally getting around to writing this because it is, quite literally, the 4th of July, but saying so just wouldn’t be truthful. I’m writing it because a dear friend of mine (again) quite literally brings up the subject of this post almost every. single. time that we hop on the phone to catch up. “When are you going to write about Vermont?” “Can’t think of anything to write? How […]
One thing I love most about living in a blossoming metropolitan city is the food scene that’s budding right along with it. And though Nashville — lovingly referred to by many as Music City — has had its own draw for years (and years and years) being a hub for live music, it’s recently become a destination for foodies looking to dig into (lol eating puns) its culinary landscape.
This summer, as they all seem to, came and went in the blink of an eye. Since it was my first away from home and what was my routine comings and goings in California, I made sure to keep it as full as possible by planning trips and hosting visitors. A packed calendar made this season fly right by (how have I already lived here for three months?!), though I did experience a little lull […]
. . . and I must go. Over the past few days, I’ve (finally) gotten around to (slowly) pulling together the details from my trip to Portugal for an upcoming post. Yeah yeah [she says with a quick wave of her hand, eyes rolling], that Portugal trip I took six months ago. Procrastination at it’s finest, ladies and gents.