This is my personal favorite group of pictures from our entire trip. Not based on their quality or content as much as how much this part of this particular day meant to me. We were spending time on Broadway in Nashville, just to walk around and look at souvenirs and such. As we headed back to the car we came across a pink fire truck. Of course, the color pink always means I need a picture. We turned the corner and the entire street was lined with pink emergency vehicles. All of these vehicles were covered in signatures, notes and messages. Alex, being the shy person he is (Not) went up and asked a lady what the trucks were all about. They are called “The Pink Heals Tour” and are touring the country raising money and awareness for women’s health in general, not just cancer.
As some may know, I lost my Grammy to breast cancer last fall. We asked if I could sign her name on the trucks and of course they said yes.
We miss you Grammy!
The rest of the Zoo pictures!
And that’s the rest of the Zoo photos! Next up is photos from the Parthenon in Nashville.
Our first day in Nashville we started off by going to the Nashville Zoo. Of course I took a ton of pictures. Enough that I am going to split them between two posts.
We started off our day with a Starbucks stop of course. (Remember I said I took a picture of all of them?)
Lorakeets Exhibit. We were able to walk right into this exhibit and feed the lorakeets nectar from little cups. Alex loved interacting with them and I enjoyed being close enough to get good pictures! This exhibit also made me wish my dad could have come, he would have loved all the different birds we got to see, especially these! Hope you like the pictures Daddy!
I will post the rest of the Zoo pictures very soon! In the meantime you can subscribe to the blog or follow my facebook page to stay updated about my posts!
Here are the rest of the photos from Julie’s Wedding!!
Next up for Road Trip 2013 photos is our first day in Nashville!
My friend Julie’s Wedding was so beautiful and so much fun! Her and her husband John are so cute together! Julie and I met on a 6-week tour with the Continental Singers in the summer of 2005. In that time we became good friends and have kept it touch since then off and on. I was so honored that she invited me to her wedding after not seeing her for almost 8 years! It was a great way to reunite as well as witness such a special day in her life!
Congratulations again John & Julie!
Next up are the Reception Photos!
After we arrived in Kingston, TN we decided to check out the town a little. I was surprised we weren’t ready to just go straight to bed after such a long drive, but we weren’t. So after checking in to our hotel, we just drove around for a little while. It is a beautiful town and we came across Fort Southwest Point. It was technically closed, but we walked around a bit anyways for a few pictures….
Next up is Julie’s Wedding photos!!!!