September 14, 2013


Last weekend Stephen and I celebrated our first anniversary as husband and wife with a trip to Savannah. I've been dying to go for years. Ever since high school I've been collecting the SCAD books they put out with the students artwork in them, daydreaming of a past where I went to art school.

We played tourists and meandered through the city with no place to be, stopping in each open storefront, sipping coffee from the local coffee shops and sampling food from all of the amazing places to eat. We walked down to the riverwalk at night hand in hand down a cobblestone road, and went on a thrilling ghost tour. Did you know they say Savannah is built on the dead? We hopped from square to square admiring the ancient buildings trying to picture how life was back then.The oldest building in Georgia can be found in Savannah! It felt really good for my type A self to just be. Just come and go as we please without a schedule to follow or a list to check. Even though we were only there 3 days, when we left we felt like we could call it our city. We came back home with a whole year of love in our hearts, hope for the next, and a love for a city, our city.


  1. Awww what fun! I love the shot of the bridge!

  2. Hi Meghan! I hope you had a great anniversary! I'm Heather and I have a quick question about your blog! My email is Lifesabanquet1(at)gmail(dot)com :-)

  3. Super sweet, I can't wait to be married!


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