It’s Hot! Hot! Hot!
And we are not just talking about the weather. Did you happen to see the beautiful young lady on our cover? Our Bachelors of Wilson County Issue was such a hit, we had to follow it with our first annual Bachelorettes of Wilson County Issue. You are going to be amazed by the beauty, brains and talent of all of these lovely ladies. And a big thank you to our very own Erin Brown and Amy Rich, along with their marvelous team of stylists from Green Hills Mall, local makeup artists and hair-stylists who spent the entire day at JuRo Stables in Mt. Juliet working on this feature. We can’t wait to share it with you!
And if you haven’t already figured out that Wilson County is the place to be this summer, then be sure to read all about it in Wilson Living. We have you covered with local happenings, places and people that will keep you busy all summer long.
Trying to find a way to cool off? Chris Tramel’s Tennessee Backroads piece on Center Hill Lake is a must read. Paradise awaits, just a half hour drive away, in our very own backyard. The photos will take your breath away!
Trying to decide if the cicadas are finally gone? Then be sure to read Roy Harris’ take on those pesky bugs, as he takes a moment to refl ect on how they may have enhanced our summer, after all.
Loking for a wonderful home-away-from-home for your four-legged family member, while on vacation this year? Then you have to read all about Houndstooth Grooming and Couture in our new feature, What’s Your Business? They offer an amazing “staycation” for your beloved pet along with treats, clothing and all sorts of pet pampering.
And we are sure many of you have driven by the beautiful home on Horn Springs, up on the hill with the white fencing, and noticed a yellow ribbon tied around the old oak tree. Well, if you’ve ever wondered who lives in this beautiful home, then we have a big surprise for you. Johnny and Lisa Carver graciously opened their home and hearts to Wilson Living Magazine and we couldn’t be more excited! We have some wonderful photos of their home and garden to share with our readers but more importantly, the Carvers shared with all of us Johnny’s amazing history and life in the country music industry.
And we couldn’t share their story without saying thank you to Lisa, who made the ladies of Wilson Living homemade, maple brownies during our visit with the Carvers – they were the best we ever tasted!
So as always, find your favorite rocker on the front porch, pour yourself a tall glass of iced tea and sit back and read about all your neighbors, as we bring you this July/August of Wilson Living Magazine.
Until next time, keep reading.Until next time, keep reading!!