Texas has an island. Apparently they don't teach you that in Arkansas history classes. I'm still amazed by it, and since I've visited twice, I must know everything there is to know about it, right? Ok, maybe not. I have, however, figured out some of the must-see places along with the help of the . . .
I had the pleasure of staying at The Coppersmith Inn bed and breakfast last October. It was my first time to stay in one - can you say excited?! I previously wrote about it in my 4 Reasons to Choose a Bed & Breakfast post, but I want to share more intimate details of my experience with you . . .
The Coppersmith Inn I have always wanted to stay at a Bed & Breakfast because they fully embody old world charm to me. It came as no surprise that my stay at The Coppersmith Inn was one of wonder and merriment, but I was still so excited! After winning tickets to the #BlogElevated Conference . . .
Painting with a "twist." I thought this was something that only my friends and I did on long summer nights. Ya know - a glass (or bottle) of wine + your favorite drawing utensils. A sip here, a line there. A gulp here, a splash of color there. Then comes the goofy conversation. Followed by . . .
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 . . .