October 2021 Recap

October 2021 Recap

"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall." - F. Scott Fitzgerald October was full of lots of exciting news, a slower/welcome change of pace at the hospital, and lots of time with family. We carved out time to see my godparents for the baptism of our goddaughter, Addie Grace, in [...]

Fall Wreaths Under $100

Fall Wreaths Under $100

Fall is HERE! Anyone else get in some kinda way when this season hits? Trey Kennedy perfectly captures the depth of love girls have for autumn. And if anyone can attest to my enduring love for fall, it's my husband. He watched me unpack all the candles and decorative pumpkins from my recent Target online [...]

August 2021 Recap

August 2021 Recap

"I can see us lost in the memories,August slipped away into a moment in time,'Cause it was never mine" Anyone else feel like this month never even happened? The more time that this pandemic takes up on my calendar, the more my days and months just seem to blend together. Because nothing really changes. That [...]

City Series: Myrtle Beach

City Series: Myrtle Beach

Welcome to the Dirty Myrtle! FUN FACT: Myrtle Beach was named (not after the crepe myrtle) but after the waxed myrtle bushes that grew abundantly in this region. Today it's known for its beaches, seafood, and numerous tourist attractions. Did I ever imagine myself calling this city my home? NEVER! But here we are two [...]

July 2021 Recap

July 2021 Recap

July was a whirlwind! Worked a few long stretches in the hospital. Celebrated Fourth of July at work because #lifeinmedicine. Went to in-person church for the first time since the pandemic. Had lunch with my freshmen roomie while she was vacationing with family at Litchfield. Went to Charleston to help my grandmother move into a [...]

May 2021 Recap

May 2021 Recap

May was the most satisfying exhale after months of holding my breath. Did anyone else feel a turning of the tides in May? It was the month that pandemic policies started being lifted. Masks were no longer required in most cities and states. Large gatherings became more of the norm. And schedules started to pick [...]