Monthly Archives: September 2011

House Hunters

After raining most of Saturday we lucked out with gorgeous weather on Sunday. Lunch was at another favourite place, the Whole Foods Mothership. Seriously, the Lincoln Park store in Chicago is massive and awesome with a food court in their … Continue reading

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A Day of Favourites

My first trip to Chicago was a whirlwind, four of us coordinated to converge on Chicago from Boston, Toronto and Michigan to surprise Mel for her 25th birthday.  Mel was stunned and it was the first time I saw more … Continue reading

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On the road again

Usually I think staying home on a long weekend is a crime. But I’ve been busy since June my whole life and I’m booked through November so, when travel plans for the Labour Day long weekend fell through, I was … Continue reading

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Michigan, The Mitten, MI

There are a lot of things I like about Michigan. I like that I’m an honourary Michigander. I like Jules and she’s from Michigan. I like to refer to Jules’ parents as my American parents. I like to drive around … Continue reading

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All roads lead to deliciousness

As much as I’m a homebody I am also a travel bug. I love curling up with a good book at home or the beach just as much as I enjoy taking in the scenery of someplace new. I love … Continue reading

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Silk Roads–Ottawa

You know that familiar feeling, little things that remind you happy place and time? That’s what visiting Ottawa is like for me. It’s not my hometown but it’s where I spent a lot of school vacations and holidays with my … Continue reading

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