(Photo Missing) This picture was taken when I was about a year old. Being born and raised in Vancouver I know quite a few things… It’s possible to get walk-rage at 8:15 in the morning, there are several degrees/classifications of rain (ie. showers, drizzle, pour, sprinkling etc.) and only certain variations require umbrellas… Surrey will […]
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US gov’t drops their plan to require passports for US/CDN border crossings (not by air/water) and instead is planning on having a PASS card. So in the future when i go shopping across the border i may have to have my passport and unlike our neighbours to the south, i’ll just need that along with […]
i’m waiting for a fax…i have a few mins to write an entry although work is incredibly busy this morning. this weekend was fun. went to Banana Leaf for dinner on friday night with Lolo – man that was tasty. there’s SO much good food in this city. Saturday we went home for dinner and […]
SNOW! (check out the cams in the links section for a good, current, snow-y view or this is a site I just found: Vancouver Snow) I’ve had a wonderful weekend a rocky Monday and now it’s a snowy Tuesday. On Saturday I had the family over for a house-warming of sorts. It went really well. […]
ghostly presences, peanuts in bed, santa claus driving a convertible red caddy with a big floofy puppy riding shotgun and a city bus being pulled over by the police. ahh victoria! there was actually quite a bit going on in the city. missed the Santa Claus parade in Vancouver but there was one down Douglas […]
Halloween was fun. remember when halloween used to be spelled “Hallowe’en”? Anyone? Weird… The next “holiday” of sorts is Remembrance Day. It’s not so much a holiday holiday as a stat-holiday; we wear poppies, talk about war, remember WWI, WWII things and people and places… elementary school students will be reciting ‘In Flanders Field’. I […]