The Solar Eclipse is Totally Stressing Me Out »
Once, I was excited about the solar eclipse. Now, it’s kind of a nightmare. If you’d asked me about the solar eclipse a year ago, I would have been stoked…
In Search of the Elusive Cumberland Falls Moonbow »
One of the world’s rarest wonders is just three hours from Nashville. We gathered around the raft on a beach lit only by the full moon. Just around the river’s…
The 20 Best Hulu Shows for Families »
Looking for TV shows and movies the entire family can enjoy? Here are my 20 top Hulu picks! This excellent opportunity for me to scour Hulu’s library for my top…
Families Connect: A Private Social Network for Families »
This post was written in partnership with Families Connect. I think most of us struggle with how much to share online about our families. Facebook gives us the illusion of…
Gatlinburg, After the Fire »
I wondered whether Gatlinburg was ready for tourists after last year’s wildfires. I’m so glad we gave it a chance and scheduled a Gatlinburg vacation this summer — Tennessee’s most…
Souvenir Shopping, Kid Style »
My son knows what he wants … at least until he doesn’t want it anymore. The streets of downtown Gatlinburg are lined with storefront windows, all filled to overflowing with…
You Can’t Beat the Amazing Views on This Nashville Hike »
Hidden away in a state park just outside Nashville, you’ll find a surprising treasure trove of early American history, breathtaking natural beauty, and ancient carvings from prehistoric Native Americans. It’s…
30 Amazing Things to Do with Kids in Columbus, Ohio »
Whether you love food, shopping, interactive museums, or the great outdoors, you won’t run out of things to do with your kids in Columbus, Ohio! Here are 30 of our…
Defending My Kindle »
My name is Lindsay Ferrier and I like to read my books on a screen. Deal with it. If you haven’t already noticed, I love books. I’ve loved them since…
Love, War, a Suburban Mystery, and Man’s Best Friend: Here’s What I Read Last Month »
Last month, I read a few less-than-stellar books, as well as a couple that I enthusiastically recommend. Here’s what I read in May — and what I thought…
Hi! I’m Lindsay Ferrier, a Nashville wife, mom, and stepmom who has basically been putting it all (well, ALMOST all) out there on this blog since 2005.
You’ll find a little bit of everything here, from stories about our travels across the country & around the world and crazy videos to favorite recipes and a heaping helping of irreverent hilarity. Feel free to poke around– and if you want to know more about me in particular, just click on the “Meet” tab at the very top of this page.
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