{Happy Halloween - Super Size Me!}

Happy Halloween friends!

I hope you super size your fun this evening and enjoy the festivities!

I've been wanting to wear one of these inflatable costumes for quite a while now.  They encourage you to dress up at the office and I figured I would just wear my bear hat like this...

... which would have been lame, but still participatory.  When I told my co-worker Betsy that's what I was going to wear, she said, "well, I have these two inflatable sumo wrestler costumes we could wear.  Would you want to do that?"  I immediately said, "HECK YEAH!", because who the heck wouldn't want to wear an inflatable sumo wrestler costume?  I would certainly not pass up that opportunity. :)  Plus, that meant I also got to wear workout clothes to work today since you couldn't see my outfit under the sumo costume!  #bonus

AND today I'm so glad we did, because it was a total success!  We even won a prize for one of the best costumes at work!  Just goes to show I should be bold more often.  I could have a really good time doing something out of the ordinary, and you never know, you could win a prize!

Be safe out there y'all!

{The First Flat & Training Updates}

Training, training, training.  Where do I begin?  For starters, I've really enjoyed it.  Surprisingly more than anything I've trained for lately.  The workouts are, obviously, fairly easy since it's just beginning, but I am so enjoying the multisport thing.  Running, which I thought I would dislike most during training, has proved to be the most rewarding thus far.  I am getting faster, though probably still snail-like to most of you, and have pushed myself to run longer than my necessary times.  I've been running 3 miles consistently on my last few runs, and get this, I haven't stopped on a run since my first training run.  #boom

After a weekend of Halloween festivities, and being pretty busy, I wasn't sure how my ride would go on Sunday, and boy did I delay, delay, delay.  After I woke up from a nap around, oh let's say 5 pm (oops!), I decided it was time to go since it was going to start getting dark soon.  About 13 minutes, and 2.5 lousy miles, into my bike ride I popped my front tire!  Since I was only supposed to be on the bike for 45 minutes this proved rather frustrating.  Additionally, I didn't know how to change my tire.  Yeah, yeah, yeah.  I know what you're thinking.  "How can you not know how to change your tire?  You rode the MS 150 two years ago.  COME ON!"  Well... see... I've only ever popped a tire twice and it was in the same day, which should have been my first indication that perhaps I should have changed my bike tubes, but I wasn't exactly anticipating a popped tire.  Secondly, the one time my tire popped, the nice guy I was riding with changed it for me, and even if I had been paying attention that was a long time ago!

So, basically, I sat on the side of the road and wondered what the heck I was going to do.  Gut reaction was to call Ryan and have him a) come change the tire for me, or b) take me home, but I got really feisty and frustrated when I called him, and said I could "YouTube it or something".  That was all fine and dandy, but 15 minutes later I still could not do the first step... remove the wheel.  #fail

I finally got the wheel off maybe 10 minutes later, now 25 minutes into something that should have taken 10 minutes max, and sat there trying to get my stupid bike tire off to replace the popped tube.  After about 10 more minutes of trying to get the wheel off, I called it quits and called Ryan to come help me.  I must have looked ridiculous and defeated, possibly pathetic or maybe almost in tears, because some kind stranger rolled down his window and asked if there was anything he could do to help.  I said, "no", that my husband was coming, and he said, "Really I can help you change it."  I said "YES!" and "THANK YOU!" and told Ry a kind stranger offered to help me change my tire.  I was immediately relieved.  My new friend, who had conveniently worked at a bike shop through college, got the tire off in 5 minutes flat, if that, and showed me how to do it.  We then put in my replacement tube, put the tire back on and started to try to fill the tire with air.  After a few minutes of a still flat tire, despite efforts to inflate it, we took the tube back out and found out my replacement tube also had a hole in it.  Whomp whomp.  Luckily, my new friend had an extra so he just gave it to me.  Y'all, people that bike are freaking nice.  While we were changing my tire, four other bikers offered to help.  (Where they were 40 minutes earlier, I couldn't tell you, but regardless... you get my point!)
By the time my friend helped me and I was on my merry way, the sun was starting to set so I knew I needed to make my way back home.  For what it's worth it was a good ride, despite the ridiculous amount of time it took to change my tire, and the me not knowing how to do it myself part, too.

I swam Monday and and will swim tomorrow during lunch at the JCC which is infinitely better than trying to swim after work since they have a lot going on at the pool right after work for several hours.  I got lucky the first time and had a lane to myself, but I didn't want to risk having to share or having to wait for a lane, so lunch it is!  Despite having been out of swimming shape, I'm continually surprised by how easy it feels to complete my workouts.  I am definitely out of breath at times, and it's not nearly as effortless as it was in high school, but it's easier than I anticipated... once you get past the initial cool water shock.  I say cool, but it's was a whopping 81.8 degrees today, so that's not bath tub temp, but not hose water either.

I've used my team sports as a substitute for some of my workouts because I didn't have time to get to a workout during lunch or failed to get up early (which is always a challenge for me) to get them in, but now that a couple of the sports are done I'll have more time to focus on my training, which I'm pumped about!

Tomorrow I've got to endure dreaded LEG DAY at the gym, and then Halloween kickball with good ole' Racks&Sacks assuming our game hasn't been canceled due to muddy fields from today's rain.  Pray for me to get through leg day.  It's totally a mental battle to beat the burn.  Owwwwww.

Until next time friends, keep calm and leg day on!

I plan to. :)

{For the Love of All Things Fried}

It's October y'all, which means some of my favorite things: changing weather, falling leaves, border collies in Baylor hoodies, hot chocolate, boot and scarf-wearing, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, and, of course, the State Fair of Texas.

{The Texas Star}

Ryan got us 4 free tickets from a co-worker and we were so excited to go.  We looked into going a couple of times with different people, and once it just didn't work out, and the next time it dumped rain, so before we knew it the last weekend of the fair was upon us!

We were supposed to have kickball with Racks&Sacks, but it since it had rained most of the week the fields were too muddy to play.  My seester had told me it was the last week of the fair, and we knew this would be our only chance to go since we were headed to Baylor Homecoming on Friday.  We tried to get a few other people to go, but since it was so last minute we didn't have any takers.  Instead we boarded the DART and headed to Fair Park!  [Let me also preface that pretty much the only reason we go to the fair is to pig out on all the delicious food, so most of this post will be about the awesome fair food!]

Thursday actually turned out to be a good night to go because I think the weather was still a little wet outside, and the fact that people likely had work or school the next morning, deterred the masses.  Our first stop was, of course, to get a corny dog from Fletcher's, the only place to get a corn dog at the fair.  They are hands down the best corny dogs ever.  I used to not really care and would eat random corn dogs throughout the fair, but after trying that this year, Fletcher's is easily the clear winner, and I won't be indulging on any no name corny dogs while Fletcher's is around.

After our corny dogs, and picture of Big Tex, we walked into the food pavilion to see what goodies were there.  We both wanted to share one of the gooey cinnamon rolls, but the line was outrageous and we decided to skip it.  Ryan got some Tornado Taters and I got a Mango on a Stick.  The Mango on a Stick was really good, especially because I didn't have to peel the mango myself.  Most of the time I make a huge mess peeling the mango and then it's not even completely ripe.  Do any of y'all have the same struggles?  Holla atcha girl if you know some tricks!

{Texas Taters - not Ryan's, though.  We forgot to get a pic!}

After our taters and mango, we decided to find the Fried Nutella since it was a State Fair of Texas finalist!  The line was crazy long, as expected with anything tasty and either a "winner" or a "finalist" title next to the name, but we wanted to try it so we stood in the long line.  It gave us time to feel like we digested our last snack before trying this one!  When we finally got our prized Fried Nutella we were both a little meh about the whole thing.  It was wrapped in phyllo dough which, I thought, kind of detracted from the awesome nutella.  Additionally, I'm the kind of nutella eater that like a heaping amount of nutella on whatever I'm eating, or the spoon I'm shamelessly eating it on, and ours just didn't have a ton of nutella on there.  Would I eat it again?  Maybe if someone wanted to share, but I'd much rather have a fried Peanut Butter and Jelly and Banana sandwich.

{Fried Nutella}

After the nutella, Ryan really wanted to try the Best Taste Winner: Fried Cuban Roll.  Everyone that had already been to the fair said it was amazing, and it sounded delicious, so it was next on the list.  I wanted some fried guacamole and queso bites, and luckily enough the two items we wanted were fairly close to one another.  Ryan would agree with the others that the Fried Cuban Roll is where it's at!  I had a bite, and it really was pretty tasty!  The fried guacamole and queso bites is where it's at to me though.  OMG, so good.

{Deep Fried Cuban Roll - Best Taste Winner}

{Fried Guacamole Bites}

With only a few tickets left, and insanely full tummies, Ryan and I decided we could only get one more thing.  I remembered my seester having had Chocolate Covered Strawberry Waffle Balls last year when we came to the fair, and I remembered trying some and they were amazing!  Plus, breakfast items, especially waffles, sound delicious to me at all times of the day, so add some chocolate covered strawberries to the mix and baby, I'm there!

{Throwback to last year: Tori with her Chocolate Covered Strawberry Waffle Balls}

We finally found the CCSWB stand, and despite our full stomachs, there was not a single part of the CCSWBs that remained.  Dude, I'm telling you.  They are that good!  Apparently they won Best Taste last year or the year before.  Plus, one of the guy's making the waffle balls was making all sorts of inappropriate jokes about balls, so it was totally worth it.  From there we called it quits and headed back home fat and quite happy!

{Heaven in a waffle ball}

{Last year (left) and this year (right).}

What I forgot to mention earlier, was that my seester, when she told me it was the last weekend of the fair, asked if I could get off work and go to the fair with her that Friday morning.  It had to be the morning because she had something she needed to be back in Aggieland for, but that she didn't want to miss the fair.  So, Tori came to our house around 12:30pm Thursday evening. Of course the fatty NewlyNabors were already sleeping in their food coma, but Friday morning rolled around and Tori woke me up to go the fair!  I was actually pretty excited to take the day off since I have a little vacation stored up and don't have big plans to go anywhere any time soon, and even though I'd been to the fair literally the night before, going twice in one week is better than none at all!

So, Tori and I hopped back on the DART to head for the fair!  Once there we had to start where Ryan and I had started the night before.  If you're not catching on, Big Tex and Fletcher's Corny Dogs are the only way to start your day at the fair.  I didn't address Big Tex earlier, so let's do that now.  If you don't know the history of Big Tex, you can read it here, but basically he's this big ex-Santa Claus that they now have at the fair, and he moves and talks and says, "Welcome to the State Fair of Texas folks!", and some other things.  Anyway, he's a staple visit spot at the fair, but I've always found him pretty creepy.  When I looked him up on Wikipedia right now I will say his looks have advanced from creepiest to not as creepy, but seriously y'all his head is too small for his body.  Love Big Tex, but he's a little disproportionate even his 2013 edition.  Though, I will say they filled him out a little more and his cheeks don't look so sunken in, so he is getting better.  One edition at a time.  [For those of you that are Big Tex lovers, don't chew me out for my thoughts, I'm just stating my opinion.  I love him too, even if he is a bit creepy.]

{Big Tex, 1956}

{Big Tex, 2006}

{Big Tex, 2013}

{Tori and me with Fletcher's Corny Dogs and Big Tex}
Since we only had a few hours to eat and ride rides, yes Tori will totally ride rides with me (even the super scary ones... we actually prefer those), we decided to plan out what exactly Tori was wanting to eat at the fair while we were on the DART.  Since I had been there the night before I knew where some of the things she wanted were, and since she is like 90 lbs soaking wet we narrowed it down to a few things we actually thought she'd eat in their entirety.

{Fried S'Mores & Fried Bacon Cinnamon Roll}

Tori's friend had been there for the OU/TX game and had eaten a Fried Bacon Cinnamon roll, so we knew we needed to try one of those, and we're both S'Mores FANATICS, so we knew we'd need a Fried S'Mores.  Tori got the S'Mores and I got the Bacon Cinnamon Roll and we both chowed down while we watched people ride rides.  We decided that was definitely the next thing we needed to do.

Since we didn't have friends there to watch our purses we were a little hesitant about leaving our purses on the ground while we rode rides, so we decided to just do one.  It was the awesome ride we decided to do last year that looks like a club with spikes in it because there is only one arm and a whole bunch of seats and straps on one side.  The arm swings back and fourth like a pendulum eventually going all the way over two or three times until swinging softer and softer to take you back down.  It's like the pirate ship ride, but it flips all the way over.  It is amazing and naturally we had to do it, since both of us love that feeling of falling .. hence the skydiving we've both done!

It's a wonder our food didn't come to visit us again after that ride, but I guess that mean's we don't have wussy stomachs.  #winning  After that, Tori and I were both pretty full, so we decided to end with some Chocolate Covered Strawberry Waffles Balls and Spinach Dip Bites.  The spinach dip bites was a finalist this year, too, and they were mighty tasty, but I think my heart has forever been lost to the Chocolate Covered Strawberry Waffle Balls.  I will never again go to the State Fair of Texas without getting some.

We decided to walk through a tent of items for sale after that, and that's when we stumbled upon the Frappe Vino!  It is delicious.  You might think it sounds gross, but you have got to try it.  Not only that, but you can add it to other drinks to make the frappe'd!  We're making Spiced Rum Apple Cider tonight with ours.  Tori hasn't used hers yet, but is excited to!

{Spinach Dip Bites}

{This is her "OMG, yes.  This is why I drove home late last night and will drive back to CSTAT immediately after this.  #worthit"}

Tori had some left over tickets and decided that instead of giving them away, and wasting money, she'd take some Chocolate Covered Strawberries back to CSTAT with her since they were most likely to make it home in tact, and fried food would have been soggy by the time she made it home.  She said they were most excellent!

So, that's it for my fatty adventure at the fair!  Can't wait until we meet again next year State Fair of Texas!  Also, all in favor of Fletcher's Corny Dogs opening up a Food Truck say I.  "I!"

{I'm a let you finish, but Baylor, well Sic'Em BEARS!}

I rarely have those shameless moments where I share my love for Baylor University.  PSYCH.  Who's blog do you think you're reading?  The Nabors love BAYLOR.

I'm fairly certain I say Sic'Em Bears as often as is relevant or Baylor is mentioned, and sometimes when it's not that relevant at all.  Regardless, I'd just like to say a thing or two about my good ole' BAYLOR!

Ryan and I were in the heart of Texas this weekend, Waco, celebrating Baylor Homecoming!  Baylor University has the oldest celebrated Homecoming across the country celebrating since 1909, which make sense since we're the oldest University in Texas!  That's right.  Founded in 1845.  Boom.

The main reason I wanted to post about Baylor was regarding all of the upsets this weekend, and Baylor's big win over Iowa State.  71-7 is pretty much the norm these days for the Bears, and I can't say that's too shabby.  That makes it 6 wins, 0 losses for Baylor.  Sic'em.  It was a blast to be at the game, see the scoreboard running through other games causing big upsets, and best of all, hearing the Voice of the Bears announce that Texas A&M had fallen to Auburn.  The stadium erupted in cheers and screams as we couldn't contain our excitement that the "poor Aggies" (SAID NO ONE EVER!!!!) had just lost.

And check out those beautiful rankings....

This is the highest Baylor has been ranked as far as I can ever remember... err... started caring.  Actually, the Huffington Post said this is our highest ranking since 1980!! :) Sic'em.

Here's what people are saying about Baylor Football - Sic'Em!:

So proud to be a Baylor Bear and part of the Baylor Nation.  Here's to beating the odds, and making the skeptics eat their words.  *Sic'em Bears*


Monday was my very first swim of my Half Ironman Training -- woot!  For having been out of the pool for easily over a year, it felt so unbelievably good to be back in the water.  Monday was my long swim day (go big or go home, right?) so for such a big undertaking I did surprisingly well... or at least I think so.  I think Coach Sweatman would be proud of my non-teenage state of athleticism and swimming technique. :)

My high school swim coach was named Becky Sweatman.  She was awesome!  So fun, so encouraging, very down to earth, and a killer swim coach.  Her big thing for us was to REACH at the end because sometimes the difference between 1st and 2nd place comes down to reaching for the wall at the end.  Lots of times, swimmers would get lazy at the end of a race and coast into the wall, but quite often our team would go hard until they hit the wall and come out with gold instead of silver because of it.  My junior year Coach Sweatman was diagnosed with stage IV Lymphoma cancer and lost her life in the battle.  She was inspiration to me and many of my teammates.  Every time I hit the pool I can't help but think of her.  Maybe this is another sign I should train with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training.

If you're not familiar with the distance a Half Ironman competitor swims is 1.2 miles.  That sounds like a friggin' lot, but it's really pretty small in comparison to the rest of the race.  The swim is always pretty small in triathlons.  Unfortunately, the swim is what I really look forward to, so I wouldn't mind it being longer and the Half Marathon at the end, not being so Half Marathony.  15k distance sounds just fine to me.  I'd even take 10k if I were being greedy, but then it wouldn't be the elite competition that it is, would it?

I had been at the eye doctor earlier and they dilated my eyes for the second time this year, which in my book is two times too many.  In fact, my pupils were so big I'm fairly certain I looked like a morphling (yes this is another Hunger Games reference to one of my favorite words from the books - haha), unable to focus too easily, wearing my sunglasses in the parking garage and at my desk, staring at my computer screen trying to make out what my emails said while placing my emails on 200% zoom, etc.  Well, when it was time for me to hop in the pool my eyes hadn't totally resumed normal pupil size, so I noticed as I was swimming it was pretty hard to focus on the line on the bottom of the pool.

I'm fairly certain my pupils were this size.

I totaled 1500 meters which is just 100 meters shy of 1 mile, so for my first swim I'm pretty pleased!  On my warm up I was supposed to swim 150 meters/4x.  I'm not sure what happened though, because I only swam 75 meters/4x for my warm up laps.  I  I had been talking to a co-worker who said he swam in a 50 meter length pool instead of 25 meters at a time, so maybe in my head I thought, "I only have to swim 3 laps (down, back, down) which would have been correct had I been swimming in a 50 meter length pool, but I wasn't.  #fail  Regardless, I had a great workout.

Warm Up: 75 swim, 75 kick, 75 pull, 75 swim

Main: 2 x 500

Cool Down: 4 x 50, each slower than the last

By the end of my swim I had a pretty horrendous headache, partially because my goggles may have been on too tightly and I was almost done at that point so I didn't fix them, and because my eyes were trying to regain non-morphling pupil size.  Headache aside, I loved being back in the water.  I'm scheduled to hit the pool again tomorrow, so I can't wait!

Today I'm pulling double duty, unfortunately.  I missed my bike on Tuesday and my run last night since it was raining and I worked out with the trainer Tuesday and Wednesday.  I did legs yesterday, so I'm going to let that count as my run for yesterday, especially since they're sore, but since I have another run tonight I'm going to be biking for 40 minutes on the stationary bike, and running for 30 minutes afterwards.  I think it'll be good practice for what it will feel during the race which I've heard is tough.

For those of you in the Lone Star State, I hope you're enjoying the crisp, fall weather, and sunshine since it's been so rainy, cloudy, and gloomy the last 5 days.  The border collies were thoroughly pleased that they did not have to be in the crate today, and they hauled fur outside and danced for the squirrels (really... I need to record Jetta doing this.  She howls and dances for the squirrels.  Melt my heart.)

Lace up & join me!

{Nashville Recap}

Hello friends!  I hope you're enjoying the lovely fall weather.  I know I am!  I realized I posted about Adair's Bachelorette Party, but I never posted about the NewlyNabors trip to Nashville to see Ry's seester, Brittany, and to celebrate Justin & Adair's wedding!  Let's recap, shall we?

If you've never been to Nashville I highly recommend it because it is so stinking gorgeous!  Everywhere you drive feels like you're in the middle of no where because you're surrounded by nature.  It is seriously one of the most beautiful places I've ever been.

We departed good ole' Dallas early Thursday morning, made a stop in Humid Houston and finally arrived in Nashville around 3:00 for Britt to pick us up from the airport!  I hadn't seen her in what felt like an eternity, and really had been a few months give or take, so it was such a gift to see her immediately!  In the airport we ran into my besties, Paige and Megan, which if I hadn't been excited enough already, sent me off the excitement charts.

Me after we arrived in Nashville and saw M & P in the airport!  It's GAME TIME!

Britt took us to her adorable apartment where we saw Mikachu, the fluffiest cat in the world (possibly even fluffier than I've ever seen her since she doesn't have dogs permanently ripping chunks of fur out of her every minute of everyday), grabbed a quick bite to eat and caught up!

Mika Scarf

That night she took us to Live on the Green which is a free concert in the downtown area of Nashville (I think... don't quote me on that!).  We met her cute boyfriend, Chris, and a couple of their friends and had a great night dancing, playing in a fountain, and enjoying some beverages on the green!  I also learned how to twirl a hula hoop from some morphlings.  I call them morphlings because after reading The Hunger Games that's what I imagine they might be like... into lights, and hula hoops, super friendly, really skinny, marching to the beat of their own drum, among other things. :)

(For the full video check out that Instagram)

Friday I had quite a few bridal party things to attend to so I didn't get to play with Ry and Britt, but they had a blast touring around Nashville in Chris' doorless/roofless Jeep Wrangler, eating popsicles from Las Paletas, playing football in the park with the actual size Panthenon replica, and enjoying a Bushwacker which is a drink that is famous at a bar and basically tastes like a Wendy's Frostee with alcohol.  Yes, it's delicious.

While my two Nabors were playing in Nashville, I was playing with the other bridesmaids and, more importantly, my besties.  It was so good to be reunited again despite that fact that it hadn't been that long since we had been apart.  I basically just love them a lot.

My besties get me.

We celebrated Adair at the Bridesmaids Luncheon at a really cute old building that looked so charming and southern, of course.  It was something right out of "Sweet Home Alabama".  After the Bridesmaids Luncheon, Paige, Megan, Adair and I went and got manicures and pedicures, and shortly after that went to quickly change for the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner.  Ryan joined me after the rehearsal at the rehearsal dinner and we all ate and toasted Adair and Justin's upcoming nuptials.  They are really such a sweet couple, y'all.  So humble, so sweetly in love, and so adventurous.  I have no doubt their marriage will be a wonderful adventure.

One of our best looks.  Ever.

The Bridesmaids and the Bride





After the RD, we went to an After Party a couple of Adair's family friends were throwing for her and Justin.  Talk about a gorgeous house with all people our age there.  It was a great time with food, drinks, fire pit, marshmallow roasting, and great friends.

Baylor Bears

After the After Party we joined Brittany, Chris, and some of their friends at a Karaoke bar.  It was a really fun way to end the night, and was really close to our hotel which was nice also.  I love walking cities.  Madrid made me really know that, and though Nashville's not really a walking city from what I can tell, since it's so big, the downtown area we stayed in was which was awesome!

Saturday was the big day and we had lots to do!  Adair & Justin had an out-of-town guest brunch at this gorgeous country club.  It was picturesque with the giant trees, white building, rolling greens, men in bowties, women in sundresses, picture perfect event.  After brunch we met at the church which was beautiful like everything else in Nashville, sparkling white with a giant bell tower and everything against the crisp, blue, cloudless sky to get ready with Adair!  It was the most perfect day for a wedding!  It was a whirlwind of curlers, straighteners, makeup, bridesmaids dresses, wedding dress assisting, camera flashes, pictures, pictures, picture, snacking, and boom it was wedding time!

Out of Town Brunch

Gorgeous church

After the wedding they bused us to the Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson, for the reception.  We actually had the reception outside at the Cabin by the Spring which was the little cabin on the property and it was stunning.  (If you haven't grasped how beautiful Nashville is yet, I don't know what to tell you.)  We ate, we drank, and we were merry!  It was a blast.  We went back after the wedding and a group of us went out for some after wedding festivities which was a great end to the night.


Adair's cute, cute Grandmother

He is so handsome.

I love this so much.

 Chi Omega Reunited

Sunday Funday we met Brittany and her friend Christie at a great brunch spot called South.  I had some burger that had a fried egg, blackberry jam, jalapenos, bacon and cheese on it.  #heaven  Since we were already stuffed and no one could make a decision, Brittany toured us around Downtown Nashville and drove us to Las Paletas for popscicles.  DELICIOUS.  I could eat those popscicles every day.  Maybe hubs and I need to open a popscicle shop.  After popscicles we went to Arrington Vineyards, the vineyards Kix Brooks owns and did a winetasting, enjoyed the beautiful weather, explored the grapevines, and found an awesome app on the iPhone called "Heads Up".  It's like charades and you hold the phone up to your forehead so everyone acting the word out can see what it is.  The best part is, it uses the front camera to record those acting out and you get to watch it at the end.  They have everything from accents, to verbs, to song where you hum or whistle.  It was a blast!  We even played it at the Pie in the Sky pizza restaurant we ate at that night.  Y'all it's freaking hilarious.

Nashville by night

Our last morning there, Britt drove us to the Loveless Cafe for brunch.  It used to be a motel, then they opened the restaurant, and then the motel closed down, but it has a shop and the restaurant still exists.  They have the best biscuits in the world.  We were sad to have to go, but had such a blast in Nashville.

The weekend was more awesome than I even imagined it would be!  It was a blast to catch up with my besties and Ryan's sister, and really just enjoy a nice weekend getaway.  Britt, thanks for showing us around, and taking some time off to spend the weekend with us.  I'd go back in a heartbeat, or maybe we'll move there.  I said maybe... relax family. :)

Best Wishes to the Newlyweds!  We love you!

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