Music City Trunk Tee

Music City Trunk Tee

I love Trunk. I really do. Nashville's premier clothing truck (think boutique on wheels) is one of my favorite Music City clothing spots. I love it so much I'm going to do a big feature on it in the near future. But, just like last week's post, today it's all about the tee.

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Valentine Valentine Tee

Valentine Valentine Tee

It's been another busy week. There are some really exciting things happening, and even more waiting in the wings for the near future. This week I was honored to be interviewed by 40+Style. Read all about How to have fun with fashion and look stylish in a wheelchair – a style interview with AliciaI bought this gorgeous Valentine Valentine Tee from Amanda herself back in April. It's such a distinctive design that I couldn't resist it.

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It's Been A Hard Day's Night

It's Been A Hard Day's Night

And I've been working like a dog - with a dog - and getting by with a little help from my friends. I usually spend July 4th at home because my neighbors put on a fireworks show that rivals most public displays. This year I got to do something even more special. I got to spend the day with my friend Beth, who also has Cerebral Palsy and writes In Case of Fire Use Stairs

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Who Am I?

Who Am I?

This week's post was written by my better half, Clint Searcy. You'll see more guest posts from him in the future about who he is and some of the things he and I experience as a couple.

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Music City Hair Ball

Music City Hair Ball

My better half and I had the honor of attending the first annual Music City Hair Ball. Hosted by 12th & Broad, the Music City Hair Ball was the first-of-its-kind event celebrating creative expression in the most absurd ways possible. As if all of this wasn't enticing enough proceeds from the event, as well as the silent auction featuring works of art and other goodies, benefitted AGAPE animal rescue.

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Golden Sunset In The Park

Golden Sunset  In The Park

It's full-on Summer here in Nashville, which means it's hot; very hot. Hot enough to confine outdoor activities to early evening. The retreat of the sun behind the hills leaves everything bathed in the golden glow of sunset.

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Stitch Fix: My Second Fix

Stitch Fix: My Second Fix

A look at my second Stitch Fix box, showing off it's contents in Nashville's Centennial Park. Also, making talking to myself pay off for a change and a big Pay It Forward initiative.

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Porter Flea Pictorial

Porter Flea Pictorial

I spent last Saturday morning at Porter Flea for Summer 2014, which was held at Track 1 in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood. Porter Flea is an artisan market showcasing the best of Nashville's modern handmade apparel and accessories, home goods, furniture, jewelry, prints, posters, paper goods, as well as packaged consumable goods from several local makers, millers, and bakers.

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Roll Models: It Starts With You

Roll Models: It Starts With You

I write about the world I live in and the clothes I wear when I make my way through that world as a 50+, curvy, disabled woman. I'm very aware that these things alone make me very different, and it would be easy for me to descend into bitterness and resentment But there is always a bigger picture, an aspect of what I'm doing, that I try to impart in my posts, even if only through implication. You have to make the best of what you have in life.

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Black And White And Art All Over

Black And White And Art All Over

It's the end of May and I find myself once again at the Nashville Flea Market. This time it was my better half that was on the hunt for a few things. He didn't fare so well, but I found a few things too good to resist.

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