Spirit of Nashville

Today is the one year anniversary of the floods. Thinking about it still makes me cry, but what a wonderful year it's been since! I know I'm not only speaking for myself when I say that it's molded me in a stronger person and it's put a lot of things into perspective. Spirit of Nashville released a new limited edition print to commemorate the anniversary and I was quick to snatch it up. I also purchased one of the two original prints from last year. They're a nice, big 18" x 24" so I can't wait to go pick them up and frame them for our new home. I love my city and the artwork is truly stunning. I think they symbolize the most beautiful part of Nashville.


As I said, they're limited-edition so if you're interested in purchasing your own, visit Spirit of Nashville and order! $30 of the $35 price goes to flood relief so it's supporting a good cause! Even if you're not interested in the flood prints, Spirit of Nashville has oh so many other things! Mugs, tees, postcards galore! From the Bluebird Cafe to the Opry. If you know a Nashville fan, I urge you to check it out!

14 comments:

  1. those are lovely. i especially love the one on the right. i love spirit of nashville. i have a nashville zoo one (the giraffe) framed in my room. i have an opry and a pancake pantry one waiting for frames.

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  2. Wow I can't believe it's been a year since I was reading your posts about the floods. Those pictures are really lovely!

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  3. i love the vintage feel to the prints and for such a great cause!

    i live in sw virginia about two hours away and we were devastated while hearing about nashville and the destruction. i am a late reader, but i am so glad you are okay and have such a positive outlook about it. <3

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  4. Thinking of you all and back to that time of devastation. I'm so glad that it has only made the city stronger. I don't see it possible to ever knock down Nashville's spirit. Much love!

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  5. I can't believe it's been 1 year! :) I really like the flower guitar.

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  6. i love that poster! so so cool! but i think it would be fun to go to nashville first before i purchase the poster...maybe a road trip...eek! that would be fun!

    xo,
    cb

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  7. These are beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I still remember it all too. We have friends up there.

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  8. that's so strange that it happened the same time that parts of Shelby County/Memphis (Where i am right now) could flood.

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  9. I totally left my heart in Nashville when I moved back home to PA last year (at the beginning of April - I just missed the floods). I still own a house there and really hope I can get back someday.

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  10. That lace is absolutely gorgeous!!! Can't wait for them to hit the store! As far as bloggers block I am not much help with that one. I think the topic is a great one though.

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  11. wow, it really seems like it's been longer than a year (and I mean that in the best way possible!)

    Those prints are awesome, and I'm glad so much of the cost goes to the cause!

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HEY! Thanks for dropping by. xo KB