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Autumn Walks in Vancouver

I’ve been going for a lot of walks lately, while the weather still holds up, and I’ve got to say, it’s been very pleasant. Autumn is a beautiful time, even if it is on a bit of the nippy side, and going for an Autumn walk in Vancouver is pretty hard to beat. Come and see for yourselves! Continue reading “Autumn Walks in Vancouver”

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It Snowed Over the Weekend(!!)

Not a lot. Not enough to stick to the ground. But there was snow in the air! That is crazy! Practically unheard of where I’m from. November 4th – probably the earliest snowfall I can ever remember. No, definitely the earliest snowfall I can ever remember. And we don’t usually get snow at all! Continue reading “It Snowed Over the Weekend(!!)”

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Swinging Back Into Writing

For the past few months, I’ve been working on editing one of my novels and preparing it so I can release it into the terrifying world of agents and editors. This is the novel that I finished writing about this time last year, and I left it since then to let myself forget as much of it as I could. That way, I could return to it with fresh eyes, and begin to edit, which is exactly what I did. And I gotta say, it has been an amazing journey. Continue reading “Swinging Back Into Writing”

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Fun Halloween Costume Ideas

Halloween is right around the corner – in fact, it’s hard to believe that it’s actually next Tuesday! October has flown by! I’m not really doing anything for Halloween this year, which means I won’t be dressing up, which is a bit of a shame, as I do love me a good dress up! So I figured, why not share some of my ideas with you guys? If anyone’s at a loss for what to go as this year for Halloween, look no further! Continue reading “Fun Halloween Costume Ideas”

Posted in Everyday, Recipes

Rainbow Cake!

I’m a firm believer that you can never have too much colour in your life, especially now in the fall when the weather’s getting all drab (the trees get it, though, all the reds and yellows and oranges out there on their branches!). While this rainbow cake may not be perfectly in season, it is a ton of fun to make, and even more fun to look at and admire – and, of course, eat! So if you’re looking for an excuse to go a little baking crazy, follow this recipe and you’ll end up with a deliciously whimsical treat! Continue reading “Rainbow Cake!”