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Visiting North Florida

I hope you’ll stick with me while I wax nostalgic for the next few posts. NORTH FLORIDA. I spent 2007 – 2011 exploring Leon and its neighboring counties. Tallahassee is unique in that it’s about 45 minutes from the beach and the entire area is spotted with natural springs and sink holes.  The landscape is […]

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Visiting Wakulla Springs

Wakulla Springs is about 15 miles south of Tallahassee.  It’s easily one of the prettiest places in the panhandle (that’s not a gulf shore beach or oak-lined canopy back road).  During the right time of year, you can take a glass-bottom boat tour, and most days you’ll see a handful of gators and a manatee […]

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Dear Phi Mu pledge class of 2012

Bid day is less than a week away now. That means a slew of you new perky young things will be pledging your undying (until you drop) love to Phi Mu. In my early days, I didn’t understand how powerful it was to belong to “tha sisterhood.” Remember that time I went to chapter? No. […]

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Waxing Nostalgic

I always leave reunions with my friends feeling slightly nostalgic for the “good old days” when my biggest concern was whether or not I’d win “best costume” at a social or be able to afford the taxi ride home from the Palace. In Knoxville, we were on a mission to find sweet Leah a date […]

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A letter on Saturday

Side note: My grandlitte, Megan, has started a blog. Go follow her. =)  Dear Friends, You know who you are. I miss you. Especially our runs to Guthries, cool dips in Wescott Fountain, and nights of endless pleasure at the Strip. And by endless pleasure I mean sketchy bar hopping and the occasional low-down brawl. […]

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I did it!

Friday at 7:30 pm I officially graduated.  With my supporters =)   At Harry’s, where we went on our first date. He looks thrilled, like usual.  Me being normal…  I couldn’t wait to get that stupid cap & gown OFF.  The best little sister a girl could ask for Ok kiddies. The rest of the weekend […]

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This whole graduating thing…

blows. Why does graduating have to be synonymous with real life/getting a job/making a living/being an adult? Who says getting a degree means knowing what I want to do with it? Anyway, here’s a picture of me and my grandbig, Brittany. She just got engaged, see the giant rock on her finga?

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