Last week was spent celebrating the love of two great friends. So much in love, they had two weddings. One was in Calgary and the other was in Mexico. It snowed on their wedding night in Calgary, and I sweat through my shirt (and pants) a week later in Mexico. Both were absolutely beautiful, the couple and the weddings. Continue reading “It Kind Of Makes You Want to Fall in Love”
I think that this piece is worth sharing. It is quite good. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.
I was so excited to participate in Vaughan‘s Mother’s Day Style series last week by contributing the story below to their blog, The Thread. I’m re-posting it here because it’s quickly become…
I’ve been reading a book called How to be Alone by Sara Maitland. Simply put, it’s a book about how and why you can and should be alone. It’s not a book about loneliness, but it is still a bit weird to be reading it on the subway, during rush hour, in Toronto. Continue reading “The Boy Who Loves to Watch Sand Fall From His Hand”
To celebrate my birthday this year, I did something that I’ve been meaning to do for three years. On the Friday before my birthday, I went to a martini bar at a hotel where I had stayed three years ago. After that, I went to my favourite bar in town and proceeded to have a few beverages. While there, I sat and wrote, like I tend to do. Continue reading “32 Changes in the Last Three Years”