Doll’s Head Trail

Back in June Jessica, Tallulah and I went on this excellent hike through Constitution Lakes Park in Atlanta. The space was once a 19th century brickyard, before becoming a nature preserve in the 2000s. Local carpenter Joel Slaton started the folk-art trail and encouraged others to leave their own found art. I love this so […]

London

Also from our trip last spring, LONDON. Drinks at the Harp! And a rose latte at AIDA. My Chelsea dream homes on Bywater Street. Leake Street Tunnel Dean and I have separated so it might be a very long time before I see my in-laws again. Shih tzu fam. I love Irregular Choice! This is […]

Prague

Last spring, visiting Erin in Prague. Waking up at sunrise to beat the crowds to Charles Bridge Giant butts by Černý! Not gonna lie- this was my number 1 tourist destination. Burgers at Belzepub. Erin’s boyfriend Honza is vegan and took us to a lot of cool places. Prague’s narrowest street in Malá Strana- so […]

2018 in a Nutshell

One of my friends keeps all his old photographs which I find super charming. 100s of photos on my phone or social media are NOT as special as physical photos. There’s a sadness to how overdocumented yet somehow more disposable our memories are today. I guess that’s why I still like having this space– blogging […]

Flamingo Ranch

My dreams of living in Jayne Mansfield’s Pink Palace have come true, junior sized! It’s not a trap house and it’s definitely not Mellencamp. A couple notes of gratitude: 1. I’m thankful for a husband who not only tolerates my color choices, but enthusiastically encourages bold color. 2. We’re both INCREDIBLY thankful that we hired […]

Birds of a Feather

Yesterday, Dean and I celebrated our anniversary. We’ve been together for 11 years and married for 6. My mom says, “ok, so 6 years,” hahaaa, but C’MON. We’ve been living together for over a decade. This year, Erin drew us as chickens. Bwak, bwak, bwaaaak! Dinner and drinks at the Globe: And the greatest anniversary […]

Wayne-O-Rama, Thrill After Thrill

Last fall, we were lucky enough to catch the closing day of Wayne-O-Rama, Wayne White’s larger-than-life, candy-colored tribute to Chattanooga– its notable figures and Lookout Mountain. Holy shit, what a treat! I felt like I walked into a cartoon funhouse. And I learned a lot! It was such a delight (and free!) that we went […]