I've been wearing a lot of leopard print lately. And my nails are painted red. And this isn't by coincidence... it's in my blood, y'all. For those of you that know me, you know I come from a long line of women with big hair and bold lipstick. My mom and my grandma (and just … Continue reading Nan-nerisms
Imagine it: a book written in 2003 where a guy owns 2,233 CDs and takes 600 of them on a cross country road trip because he is unsure of how to hook up his new iPod to his car. For some of my readers, that probably doesn't sound too unfamiliar. But for people like my … Continue reading A Tapestry of Me Book Club: Killing Yourself to Live by Chuck Klosterman
How lucky am I to say that another year has passed? I'm a little late on posting this, but to be honest I've not had the time to sit down and write (for about a month, actually)! Every year I like to reflect on the past 365 days with gratitude, regardless of what has happened. And … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Happy Thanksgiving Week! Our family has a few Thanksgiving traditions -- we watch the Macy's parade, the dog show, and have dinner at the same time every year. One of our most recent traditions is Black Friday (and Small Business Saturday) shopping! The ladies in our family put on our tackiest Christmas sweaters and load … Continue reading A Local Guide To Small Business Saturday
I'm feeling good this Monday morning. Over the weekend I reconnected with old friends, watched a lot of Food Network, and applied for a summer semester abroad in 2019. I reenergized myself, focused on who I am and who I want to be, and got back to my roots. So, this morning, when my alarm … Continue reading Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
I hope you love pumpkin as much as I do, because that's what this giveaway is all about. This is your chance to win a pumpkin pecan waffles candle, a pumpkin candleholder, and a pumpkin cupcake hand cream all from Bath & Body Works. TO ENTER: 1) Subscribe to email updates from atapestryofme.com. 2) Share … Continue reading FALL GIVEAWAY!
Let me preface this by saying I love my church. I love our community outreach programs, I love our social events, I love the casseroles at the social events -- I love all of it. I have went to my church since the day I was born. I have sat in the same row, shook … Continue reading I Visited A New Church And You Should Too