@meghancarmella thx for working your magic on my hair 💚💚
Don’t worry, my car was in fact parked
Ask me how I felt about having to be the DD on a Friday night
A long post i should’ve made over a year ago ..... I moved back home to Illinois just a little over a year ago. I had spent the previous year and a half before living in Georgia with my brother and his wife helping take care of their kids while he was stationed at Benning. I packed up my bags at 19 and drove the 11 1/2 hrs with my mom in a small suv carrying everything that had ever meant anything to me and left behind everything I had ever known and a comfort I had become accustomed to. I went into this new journey with an open mind but expecting to only last a few short months before packing everything back up and heading back to the comfort of a familiar place... home. The first couple of months were harder than I could’ve expected. I had never felt the true feeling of being homesick, it almost felt like I had lost a piece of myself, but I stuck it through with a few weepy FaceTimes and calls back home. I learned more about myself than I ever could have imagined and was more independent that I had ever thought I was capable of being. I found a strength inside myself I didn’t even know was there. Many things happened in that year and a half. I found love and experienced my first true heart break all in one. I found god and a few amazing friends along the way some of which I still cherish to this day. I learned a new appreciation for cheap beer and all the words that go along with Dixie land delight. One thing I didn’t learn was the correct way to pronounce pecans or how to properly say y’all. I fell in love with a place I never thought I’d even like, which would end up feeling like a second home. I learned what true southern hospitality felt like and how to survive a southern summer. As the months went by the pain of being homesick subsided and for the first time in a long time I felt truly happy in a place that I was scared of in the first place. As I look back on the memories of all the people that had come into my life down there I hope each and EVERY one of them realize the impact they made on my life and how truly grateful I am to have met them. To more memories in the future and a piece of my heart belonging to the south.
When in bama
Mud is fun
And just like that another chapter of my life has been put on hold, definitely not ended because the south is not in my past. But living in Georgia the last year and a half has opened my life to thee most amazing people I have ever met and friendships that will last a lifetime. To many more beach trips in our future and more shenanigans to come love you two more than life itself and putting some country into my life #yeeyee 💖💗💓💞💕 @crewsin_down_the_street @meganbankston_
Happy Halloween 🎃🤠
I miss the U.P.
This one time I was really happy to be in a field of sunflowers 🌻 TBT
2 pictures are better than 1????
Gifted thee most thoughtful gift i have ever received, my little cousins first guitar she ever learned to play on and hand painted for me
Home never felt so good
My new niece Ainsley Grace Pomeroy 💓💓 love her already and wishing I was home to meet her