Tag: outdoors

Dîner en Blanc

  Last week, I had the pleasure of attending (for the first time) the 5th anniversary of Vancouver’s Dîner en Blanc (translated: epic, dress-up, pop-up party). This overly exclusive shebang is an invite only, sell your first born, or join the 100,000 person waiting list for a chance to participate. I was fortunate enough to…

How Has Marriage Changed For Me?

Cheers to 5 years married. We gussied up, frolicked in/on nature and armed with some delicious local brew, we put together some questions to encourage us to take a beat and reflect on past, present and upcoming years. 1. How have we learned to cope with the normal, day-to-day ups and downs of married life?…

36 Questions That Lead To Love

Time. Cuddles. Affection. Proximity. Strong hugs. Cuddles. Kisses. Hand-holds. Cuddles. Sexy cuddles. Really sexy cuddles. Long talks. Eye-contact. More cuddles… These listed items roughly outline what I require to be a functioning, constructive partner in marriage/member of society. These demands are tough to meet at the best of times – and when your husband is…

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

   Over our Christmas break we chose to fill our holiday with all the ‘snows we could manage. After a wintery-white stint in Whistler, we packed up our roomy (ha… ha… ha…) Mazda 3 and headed out to Kelowna. We were fortunate to have beautiful weather for our drive up and time just flew by…

Five Truths When Living With An Outdoors Man

   1. The Survival Snacks Are For Survival Turns out we have a difference of opinions when it comes to things like protein, calorie boosting, nutritional supplementing, energy bars. Where Kevin sees nutrients, long-lasting, ultra-filling, only-to-be-used sparingly, hiking snacks – I see chocolate. I see caramel bits. I see salty-sweet treats in shiny packages. Is…