UNICO 20.87


This resort was absolutely Everything.. They didn’t miss a single detail..From the many infinity pools, swim up pools, hot tub on the balcony, slippers and robes, to Smart TVs, hot tub on balcony, turn down, butler service and hammocks you couldn’t choose a more serene place. The service, staff, and food was superb..Workout room and spa services to die for.


Herchel Bailey: “THE VELVET VOICE”

This blog is about someone I have recently gotten to know and proud to call my friend. 

Herchel Bailey is a Nashville Native who is currently traveling the world, seeing things, using his gift. 

He comes from a musical back ground. His granddad Deford Bailey Sr.-1st African American to enter the Grand Ole Opry and inducted into the hall of fame in 2006

His dad Deford Bailey jr. -A Nashville known great legend blues player

Herchel started singing at 9 as most do at family functions etc. Then he started singing for his dad’s band at 18. After he was lead singer of several bands before starting his own. He played at local clubs in nashville; Paradise, New modern era, Bourban and blues. In 1992 he toured Europe with The Jimmy Church Band. In 2003 he was named Male Blues Vocalist of the year by “THE NASHVILLE BLUES SOCIETY” 

He has since gigged at B.B.Kings, where he was blessed to be doing what he loves abroad.

He is very quite and humble and always carries a smile. #Salute #ManofCharacter #HerchelBailey

Arrington Vineyard 


Peace and serenity right at your fingertips, or shall i say LIPS

Todays Throwback Thursday blog is about Arrington Vineyards.. located at 6211 Patton rd in Arrington Tennessee it’s well worth the recognition.

Opening in 2007, this hidden gem is a country girls heaven. It has plenty of country rolling hills to sit and picnic on, live entertainment  (Music in the vines), and some of the best wine sold and shipped globally. 

With 2 tasting rooms: Upstairs tasting room and Downstairs cellar room you will definitely find the right taste of wine for your buds. They do not have a restaurant on premises, so a light picnic is welcomed; but if you forget or in a rush they do sell cheese, crackers, sausages, chocolate, etc.

The picnic hillside has a bistro and picnic tables. These are first come first serve. My first time there was with Stephanie my girlfriend and she thought of everything. So we had a table, food, and wine for purchase if we wanted. I really enjoyed myself. Can’t wait for spring.