It’s time to celebrate Canada’s talent at the NAC this weekend. Put on your best black tie outfit, walk the red carpet and support the Canadian performing arts this Saturday at the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards.
I’ve always been a dog person. My husband, on the other hand, not so much. However, after I convinced him to go look at puppies one day he was sold. We have had our miniature schnauzer Winston since he was twelve weeks old.
I remember thinking, shortly after I got married, that I would keep track of all the lessons I learned along the way to share when my first wedding anniversary rolled around. I have to say that I am surprised at how fast a year went. It seemed like planning the wedding and the days and months leading up to it dragged on, but after I became a Mrs. the time just zipped away. I remember writing about my wedding day and now, almost one year later, I’m writing about my first anniversary. As May 24, 2015 approaches, here’s what I learned during my first year of marriage:
I have to admit it has been a long time since I have posted a WTF Wednesday. I guess I should be happy about this because it means that my life has been relatively normal. Well, normal until these past few weeks when I was hit with a barrage of WTF moments to share:
After living in Ottawa for over two years, I’ve realized that when it comes to date night I need to expand my sights past the Ontario border. The Outaouais region, comprised of the area of Western Quebec near the Ontario border is jam packed with fun things to do. Now you’re probably thinking, well Tracey, you don’t even speak French? “Fun” translates into any language, but even better, I have never encountered a language barrier while in the Outaouais region. So drive, bike, or even walk over the border into Outaouais and try one of these spots for your next date: