I have been feeling a tad overwhelmed lately. It wasn’t until Dallas Clayton, one of my favourite internet people, shared this picture that I became aware of my newest coping strategy: when it feels like too much, I just lie down. Sometimes that means I lie down at rural gas stations (and get crawled on … More I’m OK, just taking a little lie-down
Another marvellous summer weekend, filled with paddling, swimming, hiking, and general goodness. The big, beautiful spots: To the tiny little details: And of course, there were a bunch of total babes along for the adventure: All in all, a pretty perfect weekend. xoxo
I wish I was friends with the person that proposed this to the city council in New Carlisle: “You know, we could paint all our fire hydrants in unique and humorous ways and gain acclaim throughout the tourism world.” I must say it was charming and delightful. Cautionary note: we may have put our lives … More The “unique and humorous fire hydrants” of New Carlisle
I still can’t believe it is happening! As bits and pieces start to fall into place, I am so excited to announce that I am heading off on a big, shiny, new adventure this fall. I have accepted a position to do my PhD at University College London, studying the social and spatial epidemiology of psychotic … More Sparkling new adventures!
The allure of a summer road trip was too great to resist, so we [my sister, her puppy and I] saddled up the pony [Toyota Matrix] and set out early on Monday morning on our way to Gaspé. Along the way, we swam in as many lakes/rivers/oceans as possible, marveled at the striking beauty of … More To the ocean and back: Gaspé Peninsula