Calgary to Portland is a 13 hour drive. We, however, decided that we absolutely needed to drive to the Okanagan in B.C., drink some wine, eat at our fave vineyard and then stay the night and drive to Portland the following day. Trust me the tuna sandwich and a bottle of bubbly in the picnic area of Joie Farms is SO worth it. So, after dropping Finn off at my family's property in Invermere B.C. we drove 6 hours to Joie Farms and it did not disappoint.Read More
There's so much catching up to do since our last post! This week alone has equaled traveling through/to 2 provinces and 4 states. That's a whole lotta miles that we've put on, more roadside bathrooms than I ever care to admit to, listened to some really amazing podcasts, taken in the most beautiful country side, and made it back home feeling full/exhausted/inspired/excited/blessed/happy/ready to be back to our life here at home - all the feels.Read More
I woke up early this morning remembering that I haven't blogged in awhile and feeling the desire to but also happy at the notion that life has been so full and I've been enjoying summer so much that I just haven't had the time. Last weekend we spent 3 days in BC, at my family's cottage, with friends. It was perfect.Read More
Summer 2017 is officially here! I'm a big believer in celebrating any chance you get, and summer is something to celebrate! So, we collaborated with friends to put together this beautiful, delicious al fresco dinner to ring in sunny days, warm nights, windows open, too many glasses of rose and the first of many dinners on our patio.Read More
Earlier this year James and I decided that we needed to set aside one night each week to intentionally date. We decided on Thursday night and dubbed it Thurs-date. James and I spend lots of time together as it is, so why set aside another night of the week to spend together (aside from adoring spending time together)?Read More
We are so excited to introduce you to our new space - Wildly Us!
Wildly Us is what bloomed after planting a seed nearly a year ago. As I've learned and grown and forged a path through the last year I began feeling that it was necessary for our presence online to evolve and grow and change along with us. This space is that.Read More
Change and evolution is essential. It's a natural part of life whether you resist it or welcome it with an open heart. I'd like to think of myself as more the later, however, I won't lie or say that there haven't been times and details that I resist as whole heartedly as I wish I welcomed them.Read More