4.05.2014

Love Your Hometown

Little towns are amazing in that they hold unique, one-of-a-kind shops that locals often take for granted. When I travel, I often venture out to the outskirts of a big city to find those old, run down antique and thrift stores that nobody really goes to unless they're locals. And often times we forget the magic that our hometown possesses. So here's a little reminder to love your hometown, no matter how much you want to get out of it sometimes.












11 comments:

  1. I love this post. Looks like such a great day of exploring together!

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  2. so true! It's so important to appreciate those little towns too:) Also YOUR HAT. I love it, I need it!

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  3. If my hometown looked as cool as this then i really would appreciate it. As it stands, mine is full of pubs, estate agents, and charity shops. Still, it will always have a special place in my heart! :)

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  4. oh this place looks amazing. you showed it very lovely way. i wish i could visit it once <3
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  5. I love my hometown! It's not so quaint as yours but it is home nonetheless. Nothing beats that feeling when you come home after a long trip and you drive through the main street of town. It just feels right

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  6. máš své kouzlo , tajemství , které nekřičí na první pohled.
    Hezké líčení .

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  7. This day looks rad Christen. Plus, that first photo is killer. x

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  8. I want to wander around Yesterday's Treasures with you!!

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  9. your hometown is beautiful. so magic and full of lovely places <3
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  10. What a great post! Little towns are the best. My husband and I recently moved to a smaller town just outside the of the city, and I love how it feels urban, yet still maintains that small town vibe. I will also always have a soft spot for my hometown, a small town in its own right. <3

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  11. Beautiful. And, I agree. We live in a small town a few hours outside of both Philly and Pittsburg and the thirsting and antiquing is too much! I love it. <3

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