I have a bunch of West Coast images to edit and post but first, it’s been a long time since I’ve downloaded pics off my phone. Here’s life lately:
I’m the gal who screen-captures the live stream of Oscars nomination day:
Made some protein balls for the freezer:
I skipped my usual early-morning run for an early-morning TRX circuit class with Sabrina:
A more mature version of my favourite childhood lunch. I substituted the hotdogs for veggie dogs and the Kraft Dinner for Annie’s Organic Mac and Cheese:
I have the best of friends. Sarah left me a surprise in my mailbox one day:
David and Henry’s first solo adventure around the block:
A riveting night of Guess Who? My opponent was deeply concerned that I’d sneak a peak so he hid under a fort:
I signed up for the MEC race series. Race 1 was a fast hilly 10km in Point Pleasant Park. I was very happy with finishing under 48 minutes:
We finally checked out the Seven Bays Bouldering down the street. Good times. I suck.
Lunch dates are the best. Anna and I met for a movie-chat at Indochine:
Got a little excited about a new podcast devoted to Friday Night Lights:
This is January. I am met with frozen water when I return from a run:
Oh baby it’s cold (but beautiful) outside:
Planning our route for the Storm The Mountain Adventure Challenge:
Team work. We came in last place in the competitive 4-hour category which sounds bad however, there were a lot of recreational teams with lower scores (including Jill and Alex) so I’m not too upset:
This is the vegetarian portion of dinner for 5 from Tarek’s Cafe. So good:
What my boss texts me… which, believe it or not, is actually work related:
Sabrina stopped by with this. I am spoiled!
Jill left me this delicious carrot and sweet potato soup when I came by to babysit:
Enjoying the last few days with my tulips from Sarah and Amanda:
The day my sweater perfectly matched my boot liners:
January is for rice cake sales at the supermarket. I spread them with Nutella to mask the blandness:
I’m the dork who celebrates the colour of the year announcement:
My first (but not last) latkes with smoked salmon experience!
David has changed career paths… now he wants to be a mechanical engineer or a mechanic:
Rare moment. Our child is not screaming or whining in the ski lodge:
The tropical train car seems to have arrived in a not-so-tropical location:
To say David loves his Junior Lifeguard course would be an understatement:
Shooting down the hill at my parent’s:
We finished the first Harry Potter book and celebrated with the movie. According to David, the book was much better.
That’s a wrap. I’ll be back again.
psst. If you like what you’re reading, please subscribe and share. xomeg