Blogger Wednesday: Ashley

So I had this idea to interview other bloggers and see what they like, what inspires them and things like that. If I get my act together I might even have a funky badge for it.ย First up we have the super lovely

Ashley

Name
Ashley Cauthen

Where can I find your blog:
ashleycauthen.blogspot.com

Where do you live?
Nashville, Tennessee

Where do you blog?
I usually blog from my desk at home while listening to some sweet vinyl.

What made you start blogging?
Reading other blogs got me inspired to do my own.

How long have you been blogging? Has it always been in the same place?
I’ve been blogging since 2005. I started with xanga (ha!) and have worked my way up, but I’ve been working on Have Heart now for almost two years and plan to stick with it.

WordPress, Blogger or other?
Blogger

Do you have a day job or is blogging your main thing?
I attend a private Christian university in Nashville and am studying early childhood education. I want to be a first grade teacher when I grow up ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m also a nanny for a precious 2 year-old girl.

Do you have specific blogs that inspire you?

http://abeautifulmess.typepad.com/my_weblog/

http://taza-and-husband.blogspot.com/

http://pennyweightonline.blogspot.com/
Pennyweight

http://ohmydeerhandmades.blogspot.com/

http://bleubirdvintage.typepad.com/

If you could ask me one question (and I answer it) What would it be?
What’s your most favorite memory?

Piece of advice for bloggers out there?
Just be yourself and always be on the lookout for inspiration.
Do the things that make you happy and always try to be uplifting.

In answer to Ashley’s question:

What’s your most favorite memory?

Favourite memories – wow I have so many lol. Friday was Bonfire night and on Saturday while we stood in the queue to buy some fireworks, I was telling Chris about what was like our family tradition earlier. The church I grew up in had a bonfire night each year in a field in the village. My Dad and my Grandad and some of the other gents would go up to the field in the morning and build the bonfire. When I was about 8/9 I started going up with my Dad to help out. It became a bit of a unofficial thing that I’d sit on the grass to check there no hedgehogs (as sometimes they would start building the fire the night before so thats why I had to check). My Grandma would serve hotdogs and burgers from her caravan and we’d have fireworks because were out in the village it would be really dark and there wouldn’t be so much light pollution so it would be AH-MAZ-ING!!!

Thank you Ashley for taking the time to answer my questions ๐Ÿ™‚ Please visit her blog on the link above and if you have chance visit her inspirations – I also read A Beautiful Mess by Elsie so I can guarantee thats good ๐Ÿ™‚

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