I had a friend sign up for Twitter recently. A few days after he joined the 21st century he commented that after reading my profile and adding it to what he already knows about me, he had deduced that I am in fact a “country girl”.
I don’t 100% agree with his analysis, (does “country girl” even really apply to this neck of the woods?), but he is partially correct. I prefer to think of myself as a city girl who enjoys “small town” or “country” weekends every so often. Its nice to get away from the busyness of city life sometimes.
I’ve been living in one city or another for nine years. I love shoes, and shopping and Starbucks. And thats often what you see around here. Snippets of my “city” life. But, I grew up in a super small town of 700 people, and I though it would be cool to give you a peek of where I “came from”.
All photos are courtesy of a my Facebook friend B.H. who probably would prefer not to be associated with some of the content on this blog.
I’m back to work after a wonderful long weekend. And since we were closed yesterday things are a little crazy in these parts today, which means not alot of time to pound out a quality post unfortunately. But have no fear, I did manage to take a few pictures the past few days, and I have zero qualms about filling this entire page with them.
Enjoy. And I’ll be back for real tomorrow.
I’m not a dog person, but even I can admit that Molly is super cute.
Sometimes I forget how beautiful my province is. Its easy to miss, when you’re just focused on the drive.
Decided to do a little sun tanning. Got a lotta bit burned. Ouch.
Tunes on blast. Sunroof open. Windows down. Only way to drive on a beauty day.
Did a little camping. Enjoyed the campfire and s’mores, mmmm.
I hope you all enjoyed the weekend as much as I did. I’m so looking forward to what the rest of summer will bring.