Category Archives: Farm Fresh

December is about joy and generosity and thoughtfulness.  We dream all year long of decorating trees with our families, baking cookies with little ones, picking out the perfect gift for our significant other, and spreading love to everyone we come across throughout this sparkling season.  However, we all know that underneath the cloud of smiles […]

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I am made of opposites.  Forever running and forever lazy.  In love with sunny days and intoxicated by the rain.  Obsessed with organizing and loving the freedom of a mess. I feel like a pendulum constantly swinging from one extreme to the other, and looking back wondering who I was yesterday, and what I’ll be […]

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In my last post I was desperately clinging to summer.  I wasn’t ready to let go of the smell of sunscreen, the tingle of burns from a day too long on the lake, and the never-ending hours in a summer day.  However I must admit, I am prone to changing my mind.  Frequently.  Today, I […]

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I’m a messy person.  It’s something about myself that I love and hate all at the same time.  I adore organization, pretty pink binders lined up with matching white and gold labels, beautifully planned, bright white, yet gorgeously rustic studio spaces , and color coordinated linen closets. I also love potting soil and hands covered […]

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Togetherness has been the epitome of our life since moving to Tennessee.  When we lived hundreds, and before that thousands, of miles away, we missed the birthday parties, the graduations, the lake days, and random afternoon barbecues.  Now it consumes us in the most amazing way.  We have this beautiful, quiet, country home to balance […]

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  It’s been 20 years since I have lived near my family.  I left when I was 7 years old, but my mom made sure that we came back every summer for 3 or 4 weeks, so that my little brother and I would have strong relationships with our family.  One of my favorite memories […]

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