Sunday morning, a knock on your door, melty sweet ice cream…a dream, or just the best idea you have ever heard? I read about Sunday Morning Ice Cream in Scout Magazine where Andrew Morrison explains it like this,
“…You will get a knock on your door at some point on Sunday morning. When you open the door there will be a person smiling and holding a small jar of very good ice cream. It could be salted butter and caramel; vegan coconut horchata; bourbon with salted cornflake crunch; strawberry buttermilk; toasted coconut with vanilla bean; blueberry and cinnamon; et cetera awesomeness. You never know. That person will then give it to you. You will then eat it and continue about your day, slightly changed for the better.”
Yes, that would make a great Sunday morning, and well those jars and that design would make me smile any morning.
So I have been a little MIA lately. A little overwhelmed. And taking on a little too much. But I feel like I can breathe now, and here I am. Here are some pics of what I have been up to lately, and although I feel like I have been busy, it looks like I have made time for a lot of fun…you gotta have priorities right?
A trip to Horseshoe Bay to sell my car, which retired to a bed & breakfast in Gibsons.
Some sun and goofing around, we do that a lot. (well not the sun part, sadly)
A biz trip to Kansas City, Missouri. Had some good BBQ!
Homemade rosemary lemonade for a goodbye party. We miss you Kleyns & Bitners!
Working on some projects (more pics of this to come!), with a sleeping dog beside me.
I saw this bike (WITH A WINE HOLDER) at a menswear shop. New coffee place, ahh.
Thrifted these shoes & love them. Insane hair hurricane in the car :)
Dressing up for Mike’s aunts 40th bday party & and moustache calamari!
I always love projects that involve gold spraypaint and farm animals.
I am going to check this place out tomorrow, and I am pretty psyched just from the pictures. Vancouver Urban Winery is located in the heart of Gastown, which is an area I have recently fallen in love with thanks to my foodie brother. This 7,700 sq. ft. winery is the first of it’s kind in Vancouver, and the best part, it is available for weddings and events.
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