Southern born, Midwestern raised, and in Nashville, TN for now. I love all things about the South and its lifestyle, from football to clothes. I have a faith in Jesus and claim him as my Savior. You'll also see things about music, from pop to hardcore, politics, sports, pop culture and reality tv, and who knows what else. Visit me in my ask.

"Do your best in all things. You cannot do more, you should not wish to do any less." - Robert E. Lee

 

Happy Easter from the most dapper and fashionable mother/son duo in Franklin County!

Happy Easter from the most dapper and fashionable mother/son duo in Franklin County!

sonofthes0uth:

traditionalvibe:

I took some time for a jaunt to Ole Miss to peruse their graduate programs. I also had a hankering to visit Oxford for the first time in several years, so off I went.

Going online would have been easier, but efficiency isn’t as important as basking in the tranquil familiarity of such a fetching place. Indeed the campus is lovely, the ambiance is relaxed, and the Southern belles are second to none. I bleed orange (Go Vols), but Ole Miss will always feel like home.

Hoping to visit Oxford soon. 

HOTTY TODDY.

guess who’s back.  (at Oxford, Mississippi)

guess who’s back. (at Oxford, Mississippi)

#selfieswithkitties @willimaster123

#selfieswithkitties @willimaster123

Love this girl and am so glad I got to catch up with her tonight! @hannah_mariani

Love this girl and am so glad I got to catch up with her tonight! @hannah_mariani

About to present my thesis at our research symposium!

Sorry I’ve been so absent on here, y’all. Once summer hits in a couple weeks, I’ll be back.

Today, I was followed on Twitter by a Real Housewife. Dreams do come true, kids. #RHOBH @therealcamilleg

Today, I was followed on Twitter by a Real Housewife. Dreams do come true, kids. #RHOBH @therealcamilleg

This is a part of an email my class received from one of the best professors on campus this past week as we finished up a massive term project… It’s words like these from professors that remind me how blessed I have been to go to Belmont and how much I will miss this place and its people.

This is a part of an email my class received from one of the best professors on campus this past week as we finished up a massive term project… It’s words like these from professors that remind me how blessed I have been to go to Belmont and how much I will miss this place and its people.

This weekend has been a struggle. Off to finish up this massive project and work on a few more this morning. Let’s hope I get a nap in or something.