Let’s get dat #NolaStep @magnoliayogastudio ! We planting seeds in good fertile ground ya heard me?! Gon teach it step by step day by day until y’all get it right😬 I Add your own flavor & tag me so I can post ya! So Look forward to showing y’all the full episodes in a couple months! Thank you @congotvnetwork for picking up my show!! 🎥 @_goodenergyfilms #teamwork#nolasgotittv#CasmeCares#Casme#Heartwork Nola Step Song available on SoundCloud 😍 Produced by @jamallpro written by yours truly 😉 #Nola ⚜️ #Nolaforever
"Happy 300th birthday New Orleans! You are one hell of a fucking ride! You are 4am debauchery in the Abbey, lap dances in closed bars, parades that drag you into the streets to dance, kisses stolen by the river, striptease on bar tops, endless rainy hours reading poetry in coffee shops, drag queen drama, brass band boogie, vampires, homeless, lone trumpeter on a street corner, jasmine in the air, heat, humidity, and sex sex sex in all your dark corners! New Orleans, the things I've seen. My God, the things I've done. I am madly in love with you. You are by far my best and worst relationship." - Sandy Hester @dirtycoast #nolaforever#followyournola#300#lousiana#home
Cross stitch & embroidery essentials // it’s a good idea to invest in a travel size embroidery bag. I got mine from Target (found this one in the travel section. Also check out the adorable beignet pin because #nolaforever ). I chose this one because it has multiple compartments, a handle, and a super cute print. The two pockets hold my accessories such as: needles, scissors, etc. The middle I use for my pens and markers. I keep my current project in the back to protect it from everything in the front and I also keep my clippings bag with it (clippings of the extra embroidery floss as I go). I also love this bag because it fits easily in my backpack so I can bring it with me everywhere I can and work on my projects when I have a minute.
Still daydreaming about wandering around the French Quarter last weekend. Not sure what’s gotten into us, but I’m pretty this is the best spring I’ve experienced here. Breezy, sunny days are the best way to hang out before the heat of the summer starts.
Could not have had a better time if I tried. Thank you to all my girls for making my bachelorette party the most unforgettable time of my life! I’ll never forget any of it (and that’s a big deal since I have the worst memory in history) 😊♥️ #finALLYbergeron#NOLAforever
I’m into more moody looking photos right now. Here’s a view of the corner of the Cotton Mill courtyard. Love these old walls that are still standing since 🌟1882🌟. It was an actual cotton mill and produced all kinds of things. Started by a second gen Irish immigrant, they kept the mill running for around 30 years until they got in trouble for tax fraud. They sold the biz and it continued on until WWII, then parts of this massive, city block building was leased to other businesses. The building was closed during the mid-80s and apparently the warehouse district was kind of a scary, vacant place back then. Developers came in during that time to turn some of these old buildings into lofts and now we’ve got a bustling Warehouse district!