Our first trek to the music city was sporadic, unplanned, and completely without expectation. I’m not sure what I imagined Nashville to be like, but it was certainly a pleasant surprise. Music, amazing food, friendly faces, and we just happened to arrive on Fourth of July weekend with breezy, cool weather sweeping through the city.
We hit the streets on our first night, taking in the views from the John Seigenthaler bridge and exploring the downtown area. Over the next few days, we had coffee at Barista Parlour, icecream at Jeni’s, and the best fish tacos and agua fresca at Mas Tacos. We checked out the Parthenon, danced the night away at Tootsie’s, and of course, we couldn’t leave Nashville without stopping by Free People for a little shopping fix ;)
It was the perfect little getaway. By the end of our trip, we were convinced we could leave our city behind for this new found paradise. While there’s no moving plans in store quite yet, we’re already packing up for our next trip. See ya soon, Nashville!
Scion xB, lovingly referred to as a box. I can honestly say that this one is not your average box. With an air bag suspension it can be raised and lowered whenever the driver sees fit. Gold wheels that CONTRAST nicely against the purple paint. Also, that ridiculous Japanese style (bosozoku) exhaust sticking out of the back adds that extra touch of individuality.
It’s not very often that I can convince Heath to step out from behind the camera lens. His hesitancy is completely unfounded simply because the camera loves him. Almost as much as I do :) Recently I went through old photos from our early years together, and I couldn't help but notice that Heath has only gotten more handsome as time has gone on. Hello, jackpot. We’ve had seven wonderful years together so far, and I’m reminded so often how lucky I am. Ladies, make sure you force your hubbies in front of the camera once in a while, they’ll thank you later :)