Posts Tagged ‘love’

Hope, believe, love



Nothing is simple in matters of the heart.

Black and white fade to reveal all shades of grey.

Logic and reason abandon,

The heart pursues its passion.

And we fall to become victims of love.

A Fairytale Wedding

This past weekend one of my very best friends married a really amazing guy. I was so honoured to be in their wedding party and to be so involved with their special day. The weekend was absolute perfection and we spent it surrounded by such an amazing group of people. The wedding itself was beyond beautiful (not to mention the stunning bride who Bridal Barbie should be modeled after – an absolute princess for her big day) and truly belongs in a magazine – it was unlike anything I have ever seen! I don’t know that any picture can do it justice but I will post some as soon as I get my hands on some (I can’t believe I didn’t take any myself!).

Meg and Steve make such a great team and I know that they will have many years of happiness, adventure and love ahead of them. They are two of the most remarkably kind and generous people I have ever met and are an absolute perfect match.

Much love to the newlyweds – xo

Sifted through the winds that blow, Down comes the soft and silent snow. White petals from the flowers that grow In the cold atmosphere.

I haven’t been home in over two weeks and I am homesick and missing my hubby and pups terribly. I am counting down the days until I get back there this weekend……only 3 more sleeps! In my time away, TONS of snow has fallen and I’ve missed it all! One of my favourite days of the year is when that first big snowfall occurs. I love watching the big flakes come down and blanket the world in white and transform our surroundings. I find it so beautiful and it gets me excited about all the fun winter activities that will soon be possible to partake in!

I’m also sad that I’m missing the first “snow day” of the year. While it can be frustrating to live where we do in the winter when you have plans to travel and the weather prevents you from being able to, it is the most amazing thing when so much snow is falling and blowing that you are forced to stay home. Since these are generally unplanned days off, snow days are an amazing chance to slow down, catch your breath and enjoy yourself. On these special days, we generally go snowshoeing or tobogganing and then curl up in front of the woodstove with boozey hot chocolate and our pups and engage in tense battles of Battleship.

I hope the pups and Lee are missing me today as much as I am missing them.

(**photo lovingly borrowed from Verena Rohner – a local Paisley-ite, friend and amazing photographer! This scene was captured last winter on one of our infamous snow days!)

On another note and before home time (and I am just as excited about this!), I get to make a trip to Grimsby tomorrow to visit my big cousin, his beautiful fiancee and my gorgeous baby nephew. The wee one grows so fast and every time I go more than a few weeks without seeing him, he is a completely different child! I can’t wait to snuggle with him and see how his little personality has continued to evolve and emerge! It also just so happens to be my cousin’s birthday on Wednesday so I intend to make him feel old throughout my visit – haha…….I can’t wait!