You know how you believe that know a place so well that you don't even see what's right in front of your face because you think you already know what's there? Well, that's how I sometimes feel about a little town called Nashville, AR. My grandparents lived the majority of their lives there. My . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Thanksgiving Square "In the center of downtown Dallas, there is one place where you can stand still and still be moved." While downtown Dallas buzzes from the continuous busyness of the bees that are humans, a particular plot of triangular land remains serene in the midst of it all. It is . . .
Architecture, Art, Fashion This past weekend my sister, my niece and I went to explore Kimbell Art Museum. Being an architecture lover, Louis Khan is a big deal, so I had to make Kimbell my first Dallas museum experience. Check it out! Architecture The genius of Louis Kahn. Sexy concrete... I . . .
Today, I give you the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, also known as the Gateway to the West, and also known simply as the Gateway Arch. I visited it a few years ago (2009) as an interior design major. See my pics below. Until next time, Ci Vediamo!!! xoxo, dolls & dudes . . .
Hello out there! I hope you have been making the most of every day in this new year! Old World New Girl has had an exciting past 11 month of blog life, and there are major plans in the works for making the upcoming year just as awesome! In February 2012, this blog was started just as a class . . .