Summer in Photos

So we're a ways into fall but I realized I never posted these photos and am missing summer already!


 Visited the Tennessee Flea Market for the first time, so much good stuff!



Had an amazing time at the Eastside Summer Solstice Party. 


 Started doing yoga. 

Took some beautiful walks before it got too hot. 

 Went to Bonnaroo for the 4th year in a row!

Visited a new bakery in my hometown. 

 I didn't visit the beach but I got to create a custom shell pendant for a Tone it Up friend. 




I teamed up with Thryve for a custom bracelet giveaway. You should definitely check out their newest issue!  


I was selected as a nominee (and eventually became a finalist!!!!) for Martha Stewart's American Made Awards.  

 I met some of my best friends from high school for brunch at Josephines in Nashville. The food was delicious and I had a great time catching up!

 I started working on a project for a fundraising gala, here's a sneak peek. I'll share more info and photos soon! 

A friend told me she signed up for Molly's brush lettering class and asked if I wanted to join. I have terrible handwriting and have admired the look of brush lettering recently so I happily joined. And any excuse to hang out with old friends is the best.

My boyfriend and I love to go to concerts and just haven't been able to travel to one this year. We've been following Lissie's music for a few years now and jumped at the chance to see her in Nashville. If you haven't been to a show at 3rd and Lindsley you need to go! It's such a great venue for a laid back show. Before the show we grabbed drinks and took in the view at Acme Feed and Seed in downtown Nashville. I can't wait to come back sometime to watch the sunset. 

Attended the annual showing of Monty Python and the Holy Grail hosted by my aunt and uncle. They usually show the movie outside but this year the rain kept us inside. As usual we had tons of fun and the spam dishes actually keep getting better and better each year! 

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