This weekend played a joke on us and made it feel like early summer but now it’s Monday and time to stretch it out for the big work week like @katemcmillion and I 🏃♀️☀️🧐 Also, feeling so incredibly thankful for my friends and community here and a couple of rare weekend days off immersed in their glowing presences ✨
Last night I went out on my front porch for a second, and I noticed a neighbor walking across the street with what I THOUGHT was a child in her arms. But then the “child’s” eyes started flashing blue lights. This clearly not a child, and I clearly have no explanation for this strange phenomenon I experienced. All I could do was laugh and convince her to let me take a picture. 🤣 #ShelbyPark#WelcomeToMyHood#NeverADullMoment
Today was an amazing day. One of the best of my life. Today I remembered the 10 year old Lindsey whose only care in the world was frolicking in fresh snow and sledding down hills.
We all need days like that. It's what keeps us sane. And we all need friends like Brent who bought #sleds on a whim and kidnapped me. I'm sure glad he did! #Snow#NashvilleWinter#ShelbyPark#EastNashville
This is what it is like outside now. This photo was done a few years ago, a different snow. It is snowing out there now and feels like it looks in this image. It was shot on Shelby bottoms greenway.
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Went for another great hike today at Shelby park. The snow made it feel like a whole new experience. Almost makes me wish there were more of it! (Kidding). I think I need to start planning for a more adventurous area though... #winterthoughts#shelbypark#natureatheart
This is a sculpture at the top of the hill that leads to the walking bridge across the Cumberland river to the Stones River Greenway. I did it a few years ago. You can see the spiderwebs on it.