a sweet deal on an oil diffuser led to a trip to silk road for some jasmine oil.
Thank you Royal Roads.
Here is a tree. It now lives in the same place as I do – it just moved in earlier this week. It enjoys watching television and basking in sunlight. This kind of tree is referred to as a Pony Tail Palm Tree. In other plant-related minutiae, I have either killed or extended the life […]
If Victoria’s seemed more fun and interesting at night recently, there’s a good reason why. David Bain from Surge Ahead Productions leads the charge of a new generation of promoters who are bringing diversity, meaning, and excitement to the Capital City when the round lights come on after dusk. I sat down with David recently […]
My blogging is all over the place – I realize that some of it isn’t quite right for the audience here, but this is also my own archive so deal with it ;). This is what I posted last night on www.gdc.net: Say what you will about the value of design, but one thing is […]
Competition is tough – Vladimir from Vphotography.ca catches Xavier from XaVier Photography by surprise and takes him down during a Sunset Collaborations photo shoot. Eye witnesses at the scene said the scuffle was over the unauthorized use of the uppercase letter “V” by XaVier. Neither party were available for comment when contacted via Facebook Chat.
For me, one of the most interesting thing about the 2010 Winter Olympics is how it has affected a city I know fairly well: Vancouver. There were all sorts of ramifications for transportation, accommodation, etc. The build-up has been around us for years; we’ve lived through government spending cuts, apparent increased real estate prices, and […]
Some things in life cannot be won by, you know, skiing really fast or spinning lots in the air over ice. Those things are a little thing I like to call “Beyond Gold.” You know what I’m sayin’? Yeaaah. I’m headed over to Vancouver later today. I hear there is something going on over there […]
life in transit
you can’t always do everything all at once.