FFS, how is it past halfway through May already?! April was a wildly wonderful month. I left my comfort zone far behind, and I'm better for it. I think. Books I read: Delirium, by Lauren Oliver Sometimes dystopian YA novels are enjoyable. Sometimes they're not. I Let You Go, by Clare Mackintosh I had high hopes for … Continue reading books I read in April
Shit just got real. As many of my friends and family know, over the past decade my mom has had two strokes, and my dad has suffered two heart attacks (and in August this year underwent a septuple bypass). It's been on my project list for a long time to run a fundraiser for the … Continue reading Heps for Hearts: A Night at the Circus
Chris and I spent (Canadian!) Thanksgiving in Red Deer, Alberta. We returned a couple weeks ago to a gorgeous, crisp, fall day in Vancouver, BC. That night, a 72-hour wind and rain storm started. It seems that was the end of the sunny autumn days where the leaves change and there are still bright colours around. … Continue reading winter is coming
...Oh wait. I haven't been regularly scheduling programming. I have a few posts about 95% ready to go - they have been for about a month. I'll get there, I promise. In the meantime, this is what I've been up to. Photos taken at West Coast Flying Trapeze by the incredible Upsidedown Photography.
We now interrupt our regular programming to bring you a special message: There are not many people in this world whom I trust enough to eat whatever they make for me, no questions asked. George is one of these people. So is Rosie (but only because I can't imagine her cooking anything that weird). The kitchen … Continue reading drop whatever you’re doing
As a wrap-up to the Whole Life Challenge, we were instructed to write ourselves a letter that would be delivered to our email inboxes after a self-determined amount of time. Knowing that I would be starting the Challenge again on May 2 and that this spring would be full of changes, I opted to have … Continue reading one month later
“Life is unpredictable, It changes with the seasons, Even your coldest winter, Happens for better reasons, And though it feels eternal, Like all you’ll ever do is freeze, I promise spring is coming, And with it, brand new leaves.” – e.h Things are changing around here, so my posts may be less frequent over the … Continue reading spring is coming