s for snow. v for vendetta.


Saskatoon_Bridge_Winter_14.jpg Saskatoon_Bridge_Winter_16.jpgIMG_Tru.jpg Saskatoon_Bridge_Winter_17.jpgnow i cannot speak for all of canada, but where we live, we seemed to have completely skipped fall. we went from an indian summer to our first big snowfall on sunday. and i was looking forward to having my favourite season come our way! c’est la vie, i suppose. here come the warm, patterned sweaters, cute dresses, colourful socks, and trendy boots. :-)

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to celebrate winter coming early (not really), we went to see a movie on the silver screen. the roxy theatre will always be one of my favourite theatres. you may be able to see why from these photographs. take me back to the prohibition era any day. that is, for the fashion and architecture, not the social conflicts. ;-)))

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hello, winter. i am ready for you!


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  1. wow so pretty! I know I’ll get tired of snow pretty soon, but I kind of wish it already snowed! Where in Canada are you? We’re near the Canadian border in Idaho, and it’s still gray and dark..

  2. oh love the pictures! :)

  3. Gorgeous. Not too long until the snow hits here in Michigan! Looking forward to the winter fashion as well. :)

  4. The snow looks so lovely. I miss winter weather. Still feels like summer on some days in LA.

  5. Mum

     /  11/07/2013

    Lovely E. Love your little snow dog. And I especially am fond of the pic of you strolling nonchalantly. Nice life you have.

    • thanks mama! truman is pretty cute, and yes our life is nice. i’d better enjoy it while it lasts. ;-)))

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  • Man, did Remy and I have a standoff this morning. All because she didn’t want to wear socks with her boots. She threw a massive tantrum, and I yelled at her. Afterwards, we went for our walk and everything was back to normal. That is, aside from her puffy eyes and tear-stained face. My poor girl. Parenting can be so hard sometimes. Thank goodness for children being so resilient. 
That disaster behind me is nearly gone. We’re currently installing the last of our kitchen shelves, and our new sink arrived this morning. I’m excited to have a less cluttered spare room!
Have a wonderful week, everyone. This room has not yet been touched by us. It is our master bedroom. Everything about it (aside from our furniture) is exactly the same as when we purchased our home. I think that if we do list in the near future, it will be the only room in our house that we did not renovate. Part of me wants to stay just to finish it. A small part.
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