Yaletown on E-Day

I realize the whole point of a “weekend off” is that you’re supposed to sleep in, but Saturday morning was too much to resist. It was crisp and brilliantly sunny. Read More…

Vancouver Kingsway

Last week  when we were on the search for pianos and gelato (not necessarily in that order) I glanced up and saw this sign, and mentally gave a nod to Read More…

At Vaisakhi

Brian was helping out at the Liberal booth at this year’s Vaisakhi, so I braved the crowds for the first time with the kids. I’ve been wanting to do this Read More…

(Still) Liberal

  Phew. Well that was a ride, wasn’t it? That guy I married did not win, but I really could not be prouder of him than if he had. At Read More…

This Guy

In case anyone’s wondering why I’ve been crushing so hard on my husband lately, this video should clear that up for you (skip to 10:12:54 if it doesn’t do it Read More…

February Skies

Yesterday morning that guy I married got on a plane for Montreal, headed for the 2014 Biennial Convention. It’s the end of a very long ten months of planes, trains, Read More…

Whistler

I love travel. I mean, I *really* love it. I’ve always traveled, whether I could afford it or not. I’ve stayed in five star hotels, and bunked in scary hostels Read More…

Team Justin

It’s no secret that we are a family of political junkies and diehard Liberals (and if it was, the secret was probably out when my husband announced that he’s running for President Read More…