Our second annual girls' weekend is a wrap! And here I sit on my couch, rewatching video clips of us girls dancing around the rooms in this farmhouse, thanking Jesus that we all made it. Made it through every year, and along six separate, winding paths that took us to this weekend. Together. On this farm, in a little Tennessee town. I'll reel in the emotions, but let me just say that Kyle and I probably wouldn't still be living here in Tennessee if it weren't for these girls and their husbands.
Now, about this pretty white farmhouse. Holly Williams—a.k.a. my style and decor icon, a.k.a. the queen of curating, a.k.a. masterful singer-songwriter (listen to Waiting on June)—is the owner of White's Mercantile, along with a collection of rental properties known as White's Room and Board. We've all been drooling over her homes for months. So we finally booked it, loaded up way too much food, and rambled down 65 toward this slice of heaven. And the moment we pulled in the gravel driveway, we fell hard for Fox Country Farm.
There are three (huge, I might add) porches, and each one is equally perfect for deep porch sitting and coffee drinking. There are also four (huge, I might add again) porch swings that I wish we'd had enough time to take a snooze on.
You're either a wallpaper person or you're not a wallpaper person. Holly and I, apparently, are wallpaper people.
I don't think I could ever sleep poorly in a bedroom this pretty, but let me tell you, I slept GREAT. And for once in my life, I was neither too hot nor too cold while I slept. It was a Goldilocks-in-bed-number-three level of sleep.
How beautiful are these girls?!
This little butterfly kept us company on the porch before, I assume, it fluttered off to Bloomingdales to buy a hat that will turn out to be a mistake, as almost all hats are.
Every detail is covered, down to cribs and toys.
And again, the wallpaper! It is TOO GOOD.
The pictures probably speak for themselves, but our farmhouse getaway was sweet and sweaty and just what we all needed. Dance parties, homemade pizza, and porch swinging. Conversations that flow into laughter, that flow into more conversations. Fresh farmhouse air and friendship might be the perfect combination.
And oh my goodness, if you ever want to stay somewhere fun in Tennessee, you know where to look!