When we discovered her, she was nestled in the full green leaves of late summer, gazing lazily over the Gananoque river. Her chrome yellow shone like the sun. People called it the end of the yellow brick road. We fell in love immediately. … More Follow the Yellow Brick Road
This week my mom has turned 60 and next week she retires from work. It’s a big year for this gal, and we’re having a party to celebrate. After all, she’s a pretty fabulous woman. My mom went back to school when I was pretty young, and one of my earliest memories with with her … More Props For My Mom
Despite the fact that I’ve been diving for over 12 years I had a lot of dive firsts on this trip to San Diego. It was the first time I have ever dove in North America. I did my first cold water dive. And I did a shore dive for the first time. First up. … More It Turns Out Cold Water Diving is…Cold!
The things you do for a pay cheque. Pick the two worst weather capitals of Canada and then find a job that sends you there every winter. Welcome to my life. (OK. It’s actually pretty good) By day I work for a wild and wonderful group called Enactus. This new generation of entrepreneurial leaders form … More Traveling across Canada … in the winter?
We are sitting on the rooftop of a high end downtown Toronto condo building with wine and cheese in hand as the bride to be, being decorated fingertip to toe in henna, looks at me and says ‘I never dreamed it would happen like this’ and laughs. Fourteen years of memories rushed through my mind, paving … More East Meets West