Ready for summer! My Molly Rosewolf and New York Noir has arrived.
It’s not a silly little moment,
It’s not the storm before the calm.
This is the deep and dying breath of
This love that we’ve been working on.
We’re slow dancing in a burning room.
Boone Hall Plantation, Mt Pleasant SC
Aside that it’s the most photographed plantation in America, it was also Allie Hamilton’s house from the movie “The Notebook”.
South Carolina Aquarium, Charleston Harbor 6/8/14
Just got home from a 5-day vacation at Charleston, South Carolina. So happy to see lots of familiar faces, and familiar feelings.
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey: The Distillery
What can set Tennessee apart? Oh yeah, Jack Daniel’s! In the small town of Lynchburg, set in the Moore County, lies the most famous whiskey, and where it all began. It was a very nice experience, getting to know how they look for different ways to perfect their craft, to produce the best whiskey.
It’s very interesting because the distillery is located at a ‘dry county’, meaning alcohol is definitely prohibited.
What’s also interesting was the different varieties of Jack they sold at their shop, I didn’t know there were different varieties, I only knew they had honey, and the gentleman Jack. I also learned that you can purchase a barrel of whiskey, it only takes about $9,000-$12,000 of course.
Live at Exit/In: Bombay Bicycle Club
Ever since we started here in Nashville, my friend and I have been planning for this concert, and we’re lucky enough to be in ‘Music City’. We bought tickets a month before the concert, and with $20 USD, it was super worth it.
What’s more worth it was waiting in line for about an hour, because we came a tad bit early, and had a chance to actually be up front! I was just literally a foot away from the stage. We also enjoyed their opening band named ‘The Royal Canoe’, they have awesome music! Definitely worth checking out!
Jack Steadman though was such a cutie, his small smirks, and smiles just makes my heart flutters. After the concert, we ate at the pizza place across the street, stayed there for about an hour, and had a chance to see the band members have a beer at the bar next door. Of course my friend and I were super fangirling over them, but we controlled our excitement and just casually passed by and caught a glimpse of them.
$20 USD was definitely worth it! I love Bombay Bicycle Club!
You do not travel if you are afraid of the unknown, you travel for the unknown, that reveals you with yourself. – Ella Maillart
Bicentennial Mall State Park
It was such a lovely day to stroll around the Bicentennial Mall State Park, besides the park was the Farmer’s Market, and somewhere nearby was the Germantown. I love the sunny weather, but it’s getting pretty hot around here, which reminds me that summer is just around the corner.
And I finally got to cut my hair!
twistandcurve asked: i like your photos! (y) :)
thank you! I like yours too ;)
Still not over this photoshoot! I can’t wait to post some of my friend’s photos here, well I’m thinking about posting it or not because I still have to edit those, and well, I’m too lazy and tired to do those things.
Lately I’ve been planning on cutting my hair, for personal reasons, and I can also save on buying shampoos and conditioners, I’m goin’ cheapskate on myself because I wanna travel in different states soon… Hopefully.