Monthly Archives: June 2010

CarFree Day

Sunday June 20th was CarFree Day in Vancouver and there were mini-festivals set up all around town to commemorate–but let’s be honest: the important thing was that Brazil won their game against Côte d’Ivoire–what a nailbiter! </sarcasm>–and everyone pretended to … Continue reading

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Granville

It was one of the first nice days in a string of not-nice days so I decided to take myself on a little walking tour of Granville Street: I found free parking down near Granville Island (an achievement in itself … Continue reading

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Maybe coming to the beach to update my posts was a bad idea

Stopping into this Spanish chocolate café and staying for the Flamenco show, however, was not. :) ¡Olé!

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I read a poem that almost completely broke my heart so of course I then made an iTunes playlist to finish the job.

Single girls on Saturday nights have the most peculiar habits.

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Happy Juneteenth!!

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I can’t believe my life

“Did that really just happen? Have I actually understood? This weird quirk I’ve tried to suppress or hide is a talent that could help me meet the wizard if I make good…So I’ll make good…” -The Wizard & I

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The traditional Cherokee philosophy is that even the smallest drop of Cherokee Blood makes one a Cherokee.

“There is no such thing as ‘part-Cherokee.’ Either you’re Cherokee or you’re not. It isn’t the quantity of Cherokee blood in your veins that is important, but the quality of it . . . your pride in it. I have seen full-bloods who have virtually no … Continue reading

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Apparently people at Customs are not as into food as I am

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From the top of Lonsdale

It is windy. It ends abruptly. These things cannot be helped.

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Friday afternoon at Lonsdale Quay

They expect you to pronounce “Quay” as “Key.” Weirdos.

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