Adele’s for Dinner

We had such a great time at Adele’s for brunch, we decided to try it out for dinner before a show.  That “before a show” thing is key.  Because Adele’s is the hottest thing right now, getting a reservation after … Read More

Porter Flea

Last night some friends and I hit up the Porter Flea Preview Party. If you can’t get there today then keep a lookout for this next year. It’s a not-miss event for some cool holiday shopping. It’s not overwhelming in … Read More

Cozy Miel

Tucked away off Charlotte Avenue in Sylvan Park is a little bistro, Miel.  If you blink you may miss it. It’s farm-to-table and the menu is French inspired but not too complicated. We got there early so it wasn’t very … Read More

Welcome Home in East Nashville

I think half of my Christmas shopping is going down in one East Nashville shop.  I love a unique gift shop and I heard about Welcome Home while waiting on the boy to get his fancy fade. Welcome Home is … Read More

Pinewood Social

Sunday we decided to skip the junior varsity game taking place at LP Field (love ya, Titans, mean it!) and cheer them on whilst consuming a great brunch. Pinewood Social is a good walk from any downtown hotel. I’ve only … Read More


I’ve been hearing people go on about the new kid in the Gulch, Adele’s, for a while.  I didn’t run right over and welcome her because, frankly, I’ve been to too many new “farm to table”, “locally sourced”, whatever establishments … Read More

Going Full Throttle in Trimble, Tennessee

West Tennessee is dotted with sleepy little farming towns but not many of them have a moonshine distillery (legit that is). Trimble has a population just north of 600 and is surrounded by miles of corn and soybean fields. They … Read More

I Dream of Burton’s Ice Cream

I recently paid a visit to Northwest Arkansas.  I hit up most of my favorite haunts and a few new ones but this one deserved it’s own special post. Off Dickson Street in Fayetteville is a food truck park and … Read More

It’s Care Package Time Again!

To celebrate the completion of the first month of school, the first round of care packages have been sent. Most items were bought at the grocery store and World Market. The strawberry bento box I got on NOTE: In … Read More

The Dog and the Blog

Why have I been so quiet? This is what has been taking up all my time: Meet Sirus, the dog my child has left me with to raise.  He is an amazingly smart dog but is also high maintenance. Bad … Read More