Laura’s Surprise Party

On April 28th, my friend Laura surprised everyone by announcing her and her boyfriend, Richard, had eloped. I was so excited for her, I couldn’t wait to celebrate this huge announcement. Under the ruse that she and I were meeting at our friend Cassidy’s for wine, we had, unsuspectingly of Laura, planned a surprise party. […]

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Black + Blue by Glowbal Restaurant Group

Glowbal Group in Vancouver has a range of restaurants that feel high-end, but also very casual. Chris and I are slowly making our way through all the different restaurants. This time we went to try Black and Blue Steakhouse. We were seated by the window, which was great for people watching. As soon as we were […]

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20 Years as a Quad

This blog is mainly about where I go and what I do. However, today I am making an exception. On February 20, 1997 my dad was in an accident that changed his life forever. He has now been a quadriplegic for 20 years. Due to his disability my dad hasn’t been working, and lives off […]

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2017

With 2017 now here, I’ve been hearing and reading about are people yelling the mantra, “new year, new me”. I think it’s great that people want to better themselves, but why chose the new year as your excuse? Last year was a roller coaster. There were many ups I must admit, from a promotion at […]

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Alouette Christmas Tree Farm

Every year my family and I go out to our local tree farm and pick our Christmas tree. Even though I’ve moved out with Chris, we still meet up every year for the experience. We go to the Alouette Tree Farm every year, as it’s close by and convenient. Usually it’s just brisk and cold, […]

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Army of Sass Vancouver

Army of Sass is a dancing group that has only one requirement, you must wear heels. You can be of all ages, sizes and experience. You sign up for 10 weeks of classes and then perform in front of a large audience. My friend Laura was brave enough to test her confidence and signed up […]

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Nanaimo

After a lovely day spent in Victoria, we thought it would be great to enjoy more that Vancouver Island had to offer. Before leaving Victoria, we drove over to Hatley Castle. This castle has been in place since the 1800’s. First it was a family home, then it was purchased as a safe-house for the […]

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