As I write this post, I’m somewhere between Buenos Aires and Vancouver… after almost four years away from Vancouver, I feel as though I’m finally coming home. Leaving Buenos Aires is bittersweet, I love the city—the food, the energy, the design, the tree lined streets, the mishmash of styles, the fashion, the café culture, and
Dear Running: It’s been awhile, so I thought I would check in and see how you’ve been. I’m a little embarrassed about just how long it’s been — but you hurt me — worse than I thought you did at the time. And it took a long time for me to get over it. And
Remember when I pronounced that I was going to do an iPhoneography challenge for the month of April. And then remember when I failed? Well – for 30 days in June and July I successfully completed a neat 30-day photography challenge that I found on pinterest! It was hosted by Mary of White Peach Photography.
Looking up in the Sagrada Familia. This image was taken on Monday, July 11, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. I realize that it is Friday – an up to this point I’ve been very good with keeping my “Travel Tuesday” posts on time. This week though, we were in a Barcelona flat without wifi (who knew
It’s been a whirlwind of an adventure through Paris, the Loire Valley and just yesterday, we arrived in the south of France at the Chateau Ventenac. Now that we’ve settled in the Chateau for a week, I’m going to get writing again – so you can expect a handful of posts this and next week!
In August 2008 I quit coffee. Not only coffee, I actually quit most caffeine. When I mention this, everyone always asks “why”. And there were a lot of reasons, some of which include: I was on my way to Africa, where I was worried about only finding instant coffee; I was already going to have
Happy Victoria Day / Regular Monday (depending where you are), people! We’re in Montreal for the weekend, and it has been beautiful! But now I’m going to fill your souls up with some deep reading. But, let’s start by telling you that last weekend on the train ride to Ottawa to visit the in-laws, I