Seeing my distant cousins Scotty Wiseman and Lulu Belle in the Country Music Hall of Fame, was pretty freaking amazing!
The Johnny Cash Museum
The “Hurt” corner. I stayed there a while, listening to the song over and over… even though it was tearing me a part…I guess the good kind of torn apart. Yes, tears and maybe even a little ugly crying in public. It couldn’t be helped.
I have never thought much about dresses or clothes. But this one that belonged to June Carter Cash made me stop and wish I could make a replica.
Santa’s Pub….KARAOKE! I really enjoyed our night here, especially because my husband getting hit on by a 22 year old beauty several times throughout the night, hahaha!
Head in the beerlights…
She was SO GOOD!
We couldn’t make it to The Bluebird Cafe as we had hoped, but really enjoyed The Listening Room Cafe!
Making a friend who writes the names of the people she meets backwards!
On to Atlanta, which was not originally going to be a stop on this trip. That changed when Dean surprised me with Brandi Carlile tickets at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. It was one of the best shows (and hottest) I have ever seen!
An exceptionally nice treat compliments of my brother-in-law! Thanks Roger!
About the Artist:
Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com. Her work/photography has been published by Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements.Her best days are filled with trying to guide and raise up her offspring and pups, music, reading, creating photographs and writings, hiking, yoga, cooking, and sky-gazing. In the social media world, she can be found on Instagram @natalie_a_wheeler, and as a moderator for @theechoesinside, a hub for self-portraiture.