Hey y'all beautiful people. I'm back with four more beauties of Arkansas, this time all places and locations. If you didn't see Arkansas Treasures - Part 1, check it out. Let's get started! Buffalo River Float on, float on. The buffalo river is gorgeous in the summer, spring, winter and fall. . . .
Did you know that thrifting can take you all over the world? This shirt's fabric is from Germany, while the actual shirt was assembled in Mexico. 100% Rayon, because who doesn't love fake cotton? That 100% Polyester mustard colored skirt? Vintage + 'Merica, baby! My thrift finds . . .
Properly, Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square. This baby was built in 1896. Real old, y'all - and I love it. I cannot properly explain how giddy I get when I walk into old buildings, but I shall try. It feels magnificently invigorating to stand in a building that conceived by the minds of . . .
Followed my sis to a graduation photo shoot for a Texas Woman's University student. This amazing thing was just sitting there, all pretty like. Little Chapel in the Woods The University's Conference Services provided this floor plan layout on their website. Read more about the building . . .
If you missed the first installment of my Bill home tour (it's really not that fancy, y'all. I just love architecture and Bill Clinton, and he has just so happened to live near where my family and I live), see my tour of Bill Clinton's Birthplace in Hope, AR. On to Fayetteville, AR, where Bill . . .
Exploring yet another historic part of a Texas town. Although the town really only has one block of older repurposed buildings, the area is very beautiful. This poster was hanging in "After Glow," a furniture restoration shop that I accidentally happened upon while trying to find more . . .
You know how you live somewhere your whole life, or your whole family is from some place, and there are some local attractions that you just take for granted? Yeaaaa.. The Clinton Homes that are in Arkansas are in my hometown (Fayetteville, AR) and near my family's hometown (my family is from . . .