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Snowfall Warning: Issued at 15:48 Saturday 23 January 2021 Snowfall with total accumulation of 5 to 15 cm across B.C. south coast from tonight to Sunday afternoon. It’s here!…or is it? Unlike the rest of Canada, Winter in British Columbia is downright confusing. Mild Novembers -lot’s of rain- followed by sun filled January’s that feel…

Things I’ve Been Loving In November

I hope you’re all doing very well. These are the things I’ve been loving in November What’s In My Makeup Bag I am a collector of makeup. I approach makeup like any artist would painting. I love being creative and I love how makeup can not only transform my appearance but how I feel. It’s…

The Things I’ve Been Loving – June 2020

“The scent drifted past the thousand-year-old cedars. It wrapped around the soaring trunks, caught on the rough bark, slid softly across the moss covered branches on unseen currents of air.  Deep in the forest a black bear sow lifted her head and wrinkled her snout” Hi,  Welcome back!  Today I’m sharing some of the things…

The Things I Loved In September

I know it’s already October 6 but you know, life,  it gets busy.  That said I’m taking October off.  You heard it. Off.  No going out. No socializing. No drinking alcohol.  It’s a decision I made in the summer.  Summer is just too busy and can leave us introverts a little burnt out.  I decided…

What I Loved In February

It’s 9pm and I’m seated in my living room.  My black cat Salem sleeps peacefully next to me, face nestled on a soft chenille throw, purring contentedly, kneading the air.  Out the window below the street lights cast a yellow light on the wet pavement. There’s another snow fall in the forecast for tonight. I’m…

What I Loved In September

Today is October 1st and as in Northwestern fall fashion, the fog and rain greeted me as I pulled back the blinds this morning.  Oh how I love October! The following are the things I loved in September.   Autumn Nightly Baths I think the thing I most look forward to with the coming of…

What I Loved In August

The sun is shining brightly through the windows, even as it nears setting.  September first arrived and the temperature dipped noticeably.  We were up at the house in Cultus Lake this weekend.  Every year my fiancee’s family spends a week at the “cabin”, a palatial home built with the true feeling of the Pacific Northwest…

April Favourites- New Hood, White Teeth and Flying Pigs(?)

May ushered in with a small heat wave on the coast.  I set up my own private beach on our patio and got a good 2 days of sunbathing in which was delightful.  Books, music, a cold drink with a view of the yachts in False Creek and the coastal mountains that remain snow capped…