A favorite place my husband and I like to get out and exercise not far from our Nashville home is at River Park in Brentwood, Tennessee. An extensive path system connects it to other area parks. One of them is the Primm Historic Park off of Wilson Pike.
I'm rarely on
From Oregon to South Carolina, there are literally thousands of total solar eclipse events scheduled across the country on August 21, 2017.
The eclipse's coast-to-coast cut across the U.S. makes viewing totality accessible for millions of Americans. Not just the ones lucky enough to live in the eclipse's path, but also
I wrote about HAuNTcon 2017's 2-Day Inspiration Pre-Show Tour, but that's not the only cool thing that has me excited about attending my very first HAuNTcon event.
There is a lot happening during this five-day convention. But the activities aren't limited to just the day. There's plenty of fun to be
Valentine's Day was the last day for the Phantom Bodies: The Human Aura in Art exhibit at the Frist Center for Visual Arts. I've been meaning to write about the exhibit ever since we went to see it in early December, but...well, between the busy holidays and getting Shadow People
My husband and two friends of ours went to the Escape Game Nashville a couple months back. I decided it would make a great Friday Fun post, even though it doesn't exactly have to do with anything paranormal.
Still, it was a little creepy being "locked" in a room with only
Last weekend we ventured to a new-to-us pumpkin patch and corn maze: Honeysuckle Hill Farms. I was itching to go because we didn't make it to any last year. The year before that had been dry as all get out, so our jaunt to Rippavilla Plantation's corn maze had sort
At the beginning of June 2012, we jaunted over to Memphis. My USTA team had won our city league, which meant we earned a trip to State. The State Championships were held in Memphis, somewhere I'd not yet been.
In fact, I haven't really spent much time on I-40 heading west