My Christmas hatchetChristmas morning 2007 It’s the time of year that makes me excited for brisk walks where you need to cover your nose with your scarf to help it thaw and cozying up with hot chocolate and a blanket on the couch while watching Peter Billingsley shoot his eye out. In local malls, castles […]
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When I worked for some big companies my wrist would often get sore and cramped personally signing my name on 300-500 holiday cards for clients at the beginning of December. Now that my client list is somewhat smaller, sending seasonal greetings is a much more pleasant task especially since we’re pretty much a paper-free office. […]
Today we’ll be heading out and about in but I really don’t want to divulge the particular activity in which we will be participating but let’s just say it’ll cost about $4.95 for the two of us and I’ll be able to use one of my Christmas presents. You can be sure photos will abound […]
For the record, my husband is great at keeping secrets and that doesn’t worry me. He surprised me with some of the most original gifts, all while ensuring they would be items I could enjoy everyday. Regardless, I’m just happy to be sitting here with him and my family as the snow begins to fall […]
I admit, I don’t think I’ve ever done any shopping in Yaletown aside from the new Dollar Store I discovered but if you’re out and about downtown and need some of your Christmas gifts done up in pretty little bows, keep this destination in mind. For six glittering days from noon â€˜til six pm, volunteer […]
I’m not sure when I last held a rolling pin in my hands. Today I headed to Keira’s for something we’ve been planning ever since she setup her Christmas tree oh so many weeks ago. We baked. We made coloured icing. We baked a lot and we had fun.