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Two Years


Monday, February 25th, 2008 — 4:00am PDT
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They had been walking around the city all day and their feet were tired. Their arms were sore from carrying boutique-purchased items, groceries and a bottle of wine, yet their spirits were electric, sparked by the excitement of finally being together. Their love was new, still silent and unspoken but it was enough to make […]

Surrey's Winterfest Wrap-Up


Sunday, February 10th, 2008 — 7:35pm PDT
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To say our Saturday was Surrey-licious would be an understatement. John and I took the train out to Central City in the early afternoon to meet up with our good friend (and honorary sister) and my niece for Winterfest. We got some thundersticks, ice skated on plastic, were hassled by mascots and listened to some […]

The Things That Matter


Wednesday, January 30th, 2008 — 11:52am PDT
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I’ve been so busy recently that I haven’t had time to cover everything I’ve wanted to on the blog. I also haven’t had a lot of time to just chill out with John or my family even though they’re the most important things in the world to me. After waiting almost two years, John‘s immigration […]

Happy Blogiversary John


Tuesday, January 15th, 2008 — 2:00pm PDT
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They say, “those who blog together, stay together.” Actually, I’m not sure who says that but I hope it rings true for my husband and I. The man who calls me his partner in crime was one of my inspirations to begin blogging in the first place and his blog is celebrating a blogiversary right […]

Something to be Thankful For


Thursday, December 27th, 2007 — 6:33pm PDT
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The latest craze in new mommyhood is not a trendy Italian stroller or the hottest infant-sized outfit, in fact it really has nothing to do with the baby at all. It’s something called a ‘Push Present‘. When I first caught wind of this fad it was on some American morning TV show while I was […]

Homecomings 2: Aberdeen Ave


Friday, December 21st, 2007 — 8:13am PDT
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It’s a shame I can’t remember the sound of the electric trolley transit buses that rolled up and down either side of Aberdeen Ave. They were yellow and white with black trim, and had rear doors that opened on the driver’s side to accommodate loading on one-way streets and off the boulevard under the maple […]