Saw an article on Facebook where two different men in two different areas of Nashville were shot last night. One died, not sure about the other. But the comments section is full of people saying that Nashville is falling apart and they wish they hadn’t moved here etc.
And I’m thinking, that’s exactly the problem. Nashville is so incredibly glorified that it seems almost rare to even meet someone who was actually born here (or has lived here for more than just a few years/months) because people are constantly moving here. I love Nashville, but it’s definitely not what it used to be, what many people might expect of it. It got bit by the Hype bug. Although, we DO have a lot of cool shit here AND as of this year one of our haunted houses is #1 in the nation!
Speaking of which I REALLY need to go before it’s all over for the year. But anyway, yeah.
when you meet someone for the first time that you’ve known online for years and you instantly feel like you belong and you meet their whole family and you’re reminded of what it feels like to belong and you can be quite the anxious person and you’re actually surprised that all of these things are in the same long, run on sentence.
at soundcheck they were talking about invisible since they wrote it in Nashville and Ashton said that it relates to his childhood I wanted to sob and Michael started talking about broken home and said that it saved his parent’s marriage I wanted to sob even more
Sooooo some of my sister’s friends met Taylor Swift today while they were on a hike. They got lost in the woods and stopped the first person they saw for directions and it was TAYLOR SWIFT. Could you imagine being like “oh hey we need help getting out of the woods would you min-OH my god”