misty monday morning…


Project 365 Photos: #75

White Rock beach on a cold April morning. I never get tired of this magical place–it’s just good for the soul. Do you have a special place that makes you happy and brings you peace?

wild, wild west…


Project 365 Photos: #74

I’ve been informed that an upside down horseshoe will drain all your luck away. I was pretty lucky that my friend pointed out this beautiful old horseshoe, so I’d have to say, “nah nah nah nah nah,” to all the bad luck faeries.


making up for lost time…



Project 365 Photos: #70

I got a little sidetracked by the good weather and school Spring Break last week, so I have to make up for the photos I didn’t post. Otherwise, I’ll never make it to 365 in time for the New Year!!! Bear with me, folks.

This is the lone tulip that is about to burst open in my garden. Kind of pathetic standing all alone.


cherry extravaganza…



Project 365 Photos: #69

These glorious old trees line both sides of the street around the corner from my home. I love to pause as I walk across the street to get the full effect of this cherry extravaganza (they’re probably plum trees and I’m getting it completely wrong)! We’ve been lucky this year because it hasn’t been raining, and the blossoms get a chance to absolutely show off. How lucky am I?!

my, oh my, magnolia…

Picture 66

Project 365 Photos: #66

I literally stopped in my tracks and pulled over my truck to get a shot of this magnificent magnolia tree. It’s the first of a street full of these beautiful trees to bloom. I’m lucky to live where such beauty arrives each spring đŸ™‚


good eats…


Project 365 Photos: #65

Yesterday’s fieldtrip to Vancouver was an epicurean delight. I felt like a greedy pig when we finally packed up and returned home. Our first stop was Meat and Bread, where I had the most delicious fresh roasted porchetta sandwich. They double bake then chop up the crackling and sprinkle it on the roasted pork before placing it in the freshly-baked ciabatta buns slathered with salsa verde. Bliss. I guess this means I’m not vegetarian after all.


After lunch we stopped in at Revolver Coffee for some hand-brewed coffee that is absolutely de-li-cious! Such nice guys running the counters. It appears everyone in Gastown is super friendly, and a little bit hipster, true story!


And because all of that wasn’t enough, we popped in to Kerrisdale for a little taste of Paris at Faubourg. The orange, chocolate meringue tart was simply out of this world! Worth every expensive crumb!!!!!


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