You guys! I’m coming back to blogging on the regular. Finallllyyy. I’ve missed you all! I’ve been keeping really busy selling popsicles, discount cialis hospital teaching Pilates and getting into general summer shenanigans. For instance, decease recently a bunch of my pals and I went on a bike cruise around the city, troche similar to what I used to do when I was a teenager (but in Langley) and it was so. much. fun. We are planning on doing it seasonly. And since our summer cruise was on the same day as one of the craziest storms us West Coasters have had in a long time – I feel like we can handle a fall and winter cruise, as in weather NOT-permitting. I’ve never been so soaked in such a short amount of time by torrential downpour. But it was the best! Oh summer, you’re kind of my favourite.
I digress. This post is not about that. This post is about a little trip Conrad and I did when we went to Whytecliff Park after work one day. It was the first time either of us had gone. We had heard a lot of good things about this shore lined park, but let me tell you, it was even more beautiful than we were led to believe! So naturally, I took a bunch of photos and wanted to share them with all of y’all.
These photos remind me of scenes from Lord of the Rings or something like that. I feel like it could have passed for the land of the Hobbits, or no? Yes? How about you tell me, okay?
My sister gifted me the ‘Nope’ bag from Spruce Collective for my birthday, and I love it sooo much! Thanks Seestor!
There’s nothing quite like these glorious skies we’ve been having. When the weather isn’t sure of what it wants to become, it certainly creates something beautiful.
We stumbled upon a ‘secret’ spot. It would be a great area to bring a beach blanket and have a picnic. It’s not actually a secret spot as there’s a path that leads right down to it, but I felt like we found this ‘secret’ because no one else was around. I adore moments like these the mostest.
Oh the ocean and it’s mountainous horizons. I think I could take a trillion photos like these and never tire. Thanks for letting me share some of my small adventures with you. I can’t wait to get back into the swing of things, fall is so good for that. We’ve got an exciting Maker of the Month coming up, it’s a real goodie! We’re also slowly changing things up; adding some things in and taking some things out – you know, prepping for winter, or whatever.
Also! We’ve got an exciting GIVEAWAY happening on Friday, so stay tuned for that. Okay?
p.s. My hair is no longer brown…like, at all. But more on that later :)