Posts from April 2013
When Suzie, Emily, and I are together, we do three things over and over again: 1) We make dinner together. 2) We eat dinner together. 3) We seek out dessert together. Usually...
Yesterday, I felt a lot of pressure when it came to picking a Richmond restaurant for us to dine at. The pressure was placed on me, solely by me, and that’s because I...
I have Suzie and Emily, my dear Aussie and American friends, with me at last. I’m so excited to have them here that I keep having to tell my brain – now...
This is a post for anyone out there who would like a break from meat. Perhaps you’re a vegetarian or a vegan; perhaps you try to incorporate Meatless Mondays into your...
Day 323, and it’s still possible to find High Tea in Richmond at a restaurant that also offers reflexology services. In case you were wondering. Starry Night (“...
I finally had the bike ride I’d hoped for on Sunday. It was sunny, the air smelled of fresh-cut grass, and the sky was blue instead of black. I wore a tank top –...
www.stuffpoint.com For those of you who don’t already know, southern Richmond isn’t just home to Steveston, quaint fishing village with plenty of families,...
Yesterday, the sky pulled one of those “18 different weather systems in 3 hours” stunts, and I naively set out on my bike at the beginning of it. Nothing but a...
April 21, 2013 by Lindsay Anderson
Unsurprisingly, I was tuckered out after an evening of Mad Men revelry . It took me half the day to get going yesterday, and by the time I made it to Richmond, I based my...
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