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I’ve got the post holiday blahs. So much laundry to do, so many errands to catch up on, so little warmth and sunshine. A run should fix that (only the blahs, unfortunately, not the laundry, errands, or weather). If only…
My family and I had the privilege of spending three weeks in Whistler BC during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. It was the experience of a lifetime. In honour of the current Socchi Olympics, I’m sharing a few posts from … Continue reading
My family and I had the pleasure of attending both the qualifying round and the finals of the men’s ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Here are a few snippets and pics from several of our blog posts … Continue reading
I won’t keep you in suspense any longer. Here are the results of our family bucket list for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. We kept a blog so friends, family, and even the girls’ school could read about our adventures. We … Continue reading
Here’s another post from the Olympic blog my family and I used to journal our experiences at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Friends, family, and even the girls’ school visited our blog regularly to read about our adventures. We had … Continue reading
My family and I had the privilege of spending three weeks in Whistler BC during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. It was the experience of a lifetime. In honour of the current Socchi Olympics, thought I’d spend the next few … Continue reading
With news that a major ice storm was approaching our region, some of my running pals were wondering if I was still going away for the holidays. Here’s what I told them: “Sorry I can’t run with any of you wonderful … Continue reading
My husband and I went for a hike recently in Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park near Kelowna, BC. The area had been devastated by a forest fire back in 2003, but is still a favoured hiking ground because of its beautiful … Continue reading
Several times this summer, I’ve stretched far outside my comfort zone to challenge my limitations of fear. Space Mountain in Disney, the Vortex at Canada’s Wonderland – these may be easy amusement rides for many, but for a vertigo-afflicted individual … Continue reading
A picture tells a thousand words, right? That makes the picture below a little bit too long for a blog post, but I’m including it anyway. In case you can’t tell, yes, I’m smiling – from ear to ear, actually.