Archive for the category "family"


Saturday, September 29th, 2007 — 3:18pm PST
Comments 10

On quiet Saturday afternoons after a busy week your thoughts can wander away from work and schedules and reflect on some of the more important things like… making a personal blog post. I can’t believe it’s almost Thanksgiving and I must admit this is one of my favourite times of year. When we were young, […]

Happy Birthday Momma

Friday, May 4th, 2007 — 11:14pm PST
Comments 3

I didn’t write a post about my mother on her birthday, I figure – how many sappy mushy things can you write year after year on a blog for all to read? Then I realized I didn’t make a post last year. I’ll have to make up for it by Mother’s Day because I know […]

Site News and Crackbook Update

Monday, April 30th, 2007 — 8:40am PST
Comments 5

The air is crisp and warm, the view of the mountains is spectacular, and I just rolled out of bed on the right side. I start my new job this morning and I’m hoping this momentum continues throughout the day (given the dismal end to the evening last night). Tanya, Me, Jenny – Taken with […]

Weekend Recap All Photo Edition #2

Sunday, April 22nd, 2007 — 11:13pm PST
Comments 1

This weekend John and I took the in-laws to the lovely town of Osoyoos in the Southern Okanagan. We enjoyed excellent scenery, wining, dining, and some much needed relaxation. The view from the East, above the City on Anarchist Mountain Nk’Mip Winery – Took an hour-long tour that was very informative (learning all about North […]

Vancouver’s Urban History – Herzog and Foncie

Saturday, April 7th, 2007 — 2:44pm PST
Comments 10

After making a post about the Bowmac sign [mbv], I knew there was more that I wanted to say, but with a slightly different and more personal twist. It all has to do with the Fred Herzog exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, which has been the talk of the town for several months. [Herzog] […]

Happy Birthday, Dad

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007 — 9:00am PST
Comments 4

Couple things my dad helped me learn: Milk actually used to be delivered by a man with a horse-drawn carriage. In the winter it was a sleigh and the horse’s droppings (road apples) made for excellent hockey pucks. Never underestimate the power of a hot water bottle at the foot of your bed on a […]

Big Sisters