In Early September (don’t @ me about the lateness of this post, please…), some of my family – myself included – took a trip up to Arkansas to meet with some friends and spend a week exploring the area. Now, I can hear you saying it (mostly because my coworkers said it first): “What’s in … Continue reading Visiting Hot Springs
First of all, let me start out by saying that I get it. We’ve all been in situations where the customer service in a particular establishment was far from five stars (or sometimes even three stars…) But the truth is, a lot of the time, people are a lot harder on cashiers and other … Continue reading Being Kind To Retail Workers
Ah. money. No matter how much you protest that something isn’t about the money or you don’t care about money, deep down, you do care. don’t lie. Without money, you can’t eat or really, leave the house. Speaking of your house…you need money for that too. People usually judge you based on how much money you … Continue reading 5 ways I plan to start budgeting like an actual adult
I fell in love with The Civil Wars the moment I heard John Paul White and Joy Williams accompanying Taylor Swift’s vocals during the Hunger Games-released Safe and Sound.
That was in 2011, and the band dissolved in 2014 (which broke my heart but… let’s not get caught up on past griefs).
Since their breakup, I have listened to every single one of their songs on repeat (try me. do it. you cannot name a Civil Wars song I have not heard) and repeatedly play through John Paul White’s song list on iTunes.