January : Week 3 : Watering
January : Week 2 : Goodbye, Peach
Remember last week when we all made resolutions and intentions? One of mine was: Photography: I am planning to take some time this year to learn more skills (lighting, styling, etc.) It’s been an intention for a few years but I need to stop thinking about it and start doing it.
Let’s see how long this one sticks.
January : Week 1 : Salad
October is wrapping up. Here’s life lately:
The day I realized I had no coffee in the house. Luckily, I found this gem with my hiking gear:Lunch! I am defrosting things from the freezer these days:Mike hung our new print from Washington State – I sat on the couch and gave orders while watching This Is Us: We picked our pumpkins: Ran 34km along the BLT trail. I was so happy when Sarah texted me the night before saying she’d join me on the bike: Bowling! Not a huge fan of bowling but I’m a huge fan of my friends and their son Aden. We bowled for CAWS and Edie came too: Sunday mornings are for walks with Henry:Sunday afternoons are for baking: Sugarless pumpkin break (bland), chocolate chip banana bread and tea biscuits for a new mom: Meet Henry – our friend’s little guy is just 3 weeks old:
*WARNING: this is gross*
And if you still have an appetite… My friend Dominic gave me this idea – serve a plate of veggies and hummus with supper for the picky eaters:Morning walk to school – Henry and I had to ride David’s scooter home:Eating my TEFF every morning. I like to believe it is working:A little treat I got for a friend who’s been so great at organizing our relay adventures (still have not given it to her however):Jill had a dentist appointment so Henry and I watched Edie for a few hours: I was bored:Mike was away twice this month so I had to take my runs downstairs:I wanted this so I took David. Sadly, he did not like his creation:Obviously:TWINS! Well at least we are sisters. Jill dropped Edie off so her and Alex could go on a birthday dinner date: Have I mentioned how lovely it is to have a niece in the same country?Birthday brunch at Edna’s for Sarah: This is how people in the North End make apple cider:Happy birthday Jodie! We celebtated at Piatto Pizzeria: Another morning walk with Henry: I made this breakfast sandwich and it was delicious:A proof of David’s class picture arrived. I love it! (blurred the other kids)And it’s soup season! I made butternut squash and apple soup and served them in my grandmother’s dishes – did anyone else have these Campbell Kids soup bowls?You can see most of these and more on Instagram!
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… When days are hot and days are cold …
Here are some of my favourite swimming prints I spotted online
Gray Malin (Aquafabulous)
Helo Birdie (Swimming Pool)
Samantha French (Daughters of the sun)
Julita Malinowska (Adrift)
David Hockney (Portrait of an Artist (Pool with two figures), 1972)
Photography By Anita (Swimming POOL Photo 18 x 12 Print)
Max Wanger (Dip)
Pedro Covo (Swimmer 5)
Kiki And Polly (All Together)
Joseph Moncada (Subtil i dolç silenci)
Beth Carver (Blue Cap Single Tube)
Karine Laval (Untitled #07 (Cascais, Portugal, 2002)
Do you have a favourite? I have a Samantha French print and I love it. I’d happily own all of her work. There’s something about water that soothes the soul… Must be in my Maritime blood.