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Mashable’s fifth annual Social Media Day was last week – Monday, June 30th. If you’re not familiar with the concept, learn more about it here. This year’s local celebration in Franklin, TN was hosted at the Franklin Theatre located on our historic Main Street.
It was presented by the Williamson County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau and featured a fabulous panel of social media professionals.… Click to read the rest.
History has been an interesting subject to me for many years. I grew up in a house full of Native American artifacts, World War II memorabilia and old stamps – all interests of my father. The stories behind many of these items fascinated me. Many of them were passed down to my dad, so not only was I curious about the items themselves, but also the people they came from.… Click to read the rest.
Community involvement and volunteerism are hugely important to me. I’ve descended from a long line of individuals who have planted deep roots in their communities and positively impacted the people around them. I am so thankful for this rich heritage and feel called to do the same. This is what we’re put on the earth to do – serve others and make the world a better place.… Click to read the rest.
It’s very rare that I meet another Krista. When I do…her name is usually spelled Christa, so when I met Krista Wilson, I just knew we were going to be friends.
Krista and I met via one of the local non-profit groups we both volunteer with. Not only do we have the same name and share a passion for community and local history, but we’re both entrepreneurs too!… Click to read the rest.
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you’re having an amazing Memorial Day. What a fantastic weekend it has been. My last few days have been full of spending time with family, crocheting (I’m finishing up 2 baby blankets right now!) and relaxing. How about you?!
Today marks this cowboy’s 65th birthday.… Click to read the rest.
Good Monday morning, everyone! Did you have an amazing weekend?! I sure did. We spent Saturday at Franklin’s Rodeo Parade and then enjoyed a fish fry with the Williamson County Shriner’s Motor Patrol and their families. (I’m the very proud daughter of a 33rd degree Mason. Dad has also been a Shriner for many years…) Anyway, I’m pretty sure I ate my weight in catfish and hushpuppies.… Click to read the rest.