As I mentioned in my first post, I’ve moved around a lot. I’m a native Texan and will always be proud of that, but after spending 6 years in Tuscaloosa, Alabama (and with my parents now living in Birmingham) it feels more like home than anywhere else. Being only a short two-ish hour drive from […]Read More Sweet Home Alabama
Baltimore. I always heard it was a filthy, crime-ridden city that seemed to be cold and gray year round. My expectations of this city were quite low before I visited some friends there last weekend so, I was quite impressed when I learned that the fore mentioned statements were mostly false. Of course, there is […]Read More Baltimore, You Are Lovely
I’m a little late with this post, but, I figure, better late than never, right? The first weekend of June, I spent with two of my best friends in the Northeastern part of the country. One of them lives in Philadelphia and the other in Atlanta. Three Southern girls hanging out in Yankee territory usually […]Read More I’m in Delaware! I’m in Delaware?
So, I figured I’d give a little more detail about my overseas adventure. Since the Middle East isn’t well travelled by Americans (espeically Qatar), I thought I’d give a little more insight into my experience while I was there. The Middle East is definitely an interesting place. At times I still felt like I was […]Read More The Chronicles of Doha & Dubai
Last weekend, I went to visit two of my good friends, Austin and Caitlin, who live in one of my favorite cities that I’d love to call home someday — Denver. Settled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the view to the West could not be more spectacular. Not to mention, it’s a pretty […]Read More It’s May. And it’s snowing.
If you know me, you know I love to travel. Thankfully, I have friends who live all over the US and a brother who lives across the world which, obviously, makes it easier for me. I try to visit new places, but I love visiting my friends too much and find too many good flight […]Read More So it begins…