I’ve been spending the last few days looking back on 2017 – thinking about what worked, what didn’t, and what I would change in the future. It’s been fun to flip through photos and re-read some of my posts. It was a year filled with unknowns (something I tend to struggle with), but turned out to be one of the best yet. I thought I’d share some of my favourite moments and, to keep it real, some of my not-so-favourite moments.
We recently took our first trip to the cabin this summer. The six-day trip was mostly a working holiday as we had a couple of projects to get done. Continue reading “Lake Trip Roundup”
Anyone who knows me knows I am not a fan of winter. I usually spend about 12 seconds enjoying the first snowfall of the season and then go through the next 6 months grumbling about the cold and cursing my ancestors for deciding to immigrate to Saskatchewan. So when Mark asked if I wanted to go to the cabin in January, I was less than excited. It would mean going 600 kilometers north, and we all know that winter is even more wintery the further north you go. Continue reading “Learning to Love Winter, Or at Least Hate it a Little Less”