Category Travel

Cottage Life

Let me begin this post by saying that I’ve noticed my blog posts seem to skew towards the topic of food more often than not. It just goes to show how much I love food! However, now that it’s the summer and I’ve been spending so much time at my husband’s family’s cottage, I thought […]

Island Creek Oyster Bar

I’m going to preface this by saying that I am shocked and saddened by the bombings that happened during the Boston Marathon yesterday. My heart goes out to the victims and their families. I feel especially disturbed given how recently I was in Boston. In fact, while we were there, my husband and I shopped […]

Easter Weekend in Boston: Part 1

I still intend on blogging more about my March Break in NYC soon. It is, after all, one of my favourite places to visit. However, seeing as how I just spent my Easter long weekend (a four day weekend for us teachers!) in Boston, I’ve decided to blog about that first (while it’s still fresh […]

Tremont Cafe

I’ve been meaning to write more about the Tremont Cafe for awhile now. I mentioned it in a previous post about my experience in Collingwood, Ontario with my husband and parents. We had brunch at the Tremont Cafe that weekend and never looked back! After that, the Tremont Cafe became our go-to brunch place in […]

Once

My husband and I returned last Sunday night from a March Break trip to NYC – a city we both absolutely love visiting. I will blog more about the trip and the city itself a bit later but since I haven’t posted in awhile now, I wanted to get back into it by writing about […]

XC Ski and Snowshoe Weekend: The Food

The day before we were to head up to Collingwood with my parents, my husband called me twice during the day to say to me that he thought we should make dinner reservations for a nice restaurant for Saturday and perhaps also for a nice brunch on Sunday morning. I proceeded to make dinner reservations […]

XC Ski and Snowshoe Weekend: The Activities

Two weekends ago my husband and I brought my parents up to Collingwood, Ontario for a weekend of XC skiing and snowshoeing. So why did I think this was a good idea? My parents live rather sedentary lifestyles. My brother and I have always urged them both to exercise more frequently. In particular, since they […]