it's tuesday and rainy outside.
a dreary end-of-autumn kind of day.
my nose is runny and my head is foggy.
for the rest of the cold/flu season, you may call me rudolph.
because my nose will be in a constant state of redness.
maybe you're like me and have to carry a box of kleenex everywhere you go.
or maybe you accidentally wore mismatched socks this morning.
or spilled your favorite coffee all over yourself in your car on the way to work.
or forgot to put on deodorant. [it happens]
regardless of your situation, we could all use a good laugh today.
here you go.
today, three of my college besties were in town.
one of us got married this past may, and we hadn't all been together since then.
it was a beautiful, blue skies, wind in your hair kind of day.
and by wind in your hair, i mean freezing cold wind in your hair.
like i couldn't feel my face.
it was worth it.
we visited two of our favorite chatt town spots
and walked across the walnut street bridge that spans the tennessee river.
it's one of my favorite parts of my city.
the walnut street bridge [completed in 1891] is tennessee’s
oldest non-military highway bridge still in use today.
that's your history lesson for the week.
i'm so thankful for these girls.
that we can pick up right where we left off.
today was a reminder of how blessed i am by their friendship.
mornin'. happy thanksgiving!
i hope you all have a wonderful day with family, friends, pets, strangers...
ya know. whoever you like to hang out with.
i'm spending time with my family all day.
we're probably playing guitars, throwing frisbees
and dressing up like pilgrims & indians.
oh. it's also my little brother's birthday today.
happy birthday, lando!
this picture pretty much sums up our relationship.