Thursday, 16 January 2014

For the sake of it.

Keeping the blog up when one is working (and also attempting to fit in some sort of exercise) is more difficult than it would appear. Though time constraints appear to be the most obvious reason, my greatest challenge is

Thursday, 9 January 2014


Before we are all completely sick of all things Christmas, I wanted to share this family recipe (I say family, as we've made it for years, but it is actually a recipe of Diane Clement's). We haven't made these rum balls in a few years, as the rolling process is a bit tedious (basically we got lazy), but this year I insisted.

Monday, 6 January 2014

London Calling.

"A long December, and there's reason to believe maybe this year will be better than the last..."

Hmm, well, that's certainly setting the bar high. I do have a good feeling about 2014 and all it has in store, but I did have an amazing evening re-reading and cataloguing my London posts from last year. I was finding there were some obvious things that stood out in my mind that I could quickly put in the search bar, but without looking back through my archives, there were certain wonderful events that would skip my mind. So now they are organized under the London tab at the top of the page. 

AC- I know you are only freshly back at work, but Happy Procrastinating!

Friday, 3 January 2014

Great Minds...

Yesterday after my swim, I braved the pouring rain, and headed to Chapters to return a book. On my little adventure I noticed a painting in one of the South Granville galleries that looked awfully familiar.

Thursday, 2 January 2014

Puddle Jumping

Let's talk about New Year's Resolutions....

Here are SOME of mine (I figured if I shared, at the very least, you can hold me to them):

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Goodbye 2013!

Happy New Year!

I'd have to say, I couldn't be more stoked for 2014! I'm feeling settled in my new apartment, and the holidays have been wonderfully social. Perhaps I shouldn't admit this, but I've been out and about most evenings, and have had more catch-ups with friends (near and far) than I can count.