Wylie and the Socks

I went home for Easter a few weeks ago. It was my longest trip home in a while and I was determined to enjoy it. For me, that meant spending a lot of… Continue reading

Reed and Shai

Some Saturday mornings I am overly ambitious.  I clean, cook, go outside and get some exercise, run errands and so forth. I cross off almost everything on my to do list, and then… Continue reading

Brett and Jay

I was home this Christmas for about three days. It was a little sad, considering my past four years of post-secondary have allowed me to have a good three weeks off. Still, I… Continue reading

Roxie

Rest in Peace, my dear When I was four, my mom heard an ad on swap-‘n-shop on the radio advertising free Golden Retriever mix puppies. We drove out and got one, and my… Continue reading

Halloween

Trick-or-Treat My track record for handing out Halloween candy has been pretty bad.  I went from being the trick-or-treater in grade school to working on Halloween night in high school (shout out to… Continue reading

Graduation

I strongly feel that I would be much more productive if Taylor Swift’s new album, 1989, had not just come out.  I just want to dance, but instead I have to go to… Continue reading

Selena’s Baptism

The day after I finished school (forever) I went to a baptism to take photos and was late for church. Thankfully I had a lot of water the night before and was slightly… Continue reading

Nolan

A Photo Post Click on the photos to see them larger in slide show style.

Henry

A Photo Post A few weeks ago I got to meet baby Henry (six weeks in these photos), who was born on New Year’s Day.  He was so cute and calm, and later… Continue reading

Osheaga – A Poem

Throwback Thursday To Montreal, summer of ’13; To August, to Osheaga; To music festivals, to 20-something hour drives; To cans of cola at every corner; To living off of beef jerky and yogurt… Continue reading