Sunday, April 27, 2014


Jeff at the Alibi Room
Jeff & I went to the Alibi Room for their 500th menu celebration. The menu was a veritable BOOK of beers! In order to not get smashed on a work night, I managed to limit myself to three (it was tough though). Later in the week I met some new friends and got some more work done on my sleeve. Still a ways to go, but it's coming together now at least.


spring cleaning
Excitement for spring. Daylight savings time hits and a lot of people seem to get tired — not me; my mood improves by at least 50%. I desire a beautiful yard, fewer possessions, the ability to fix broken things. Also I am learning to drive, which is terrifying! Jeff's car is a stick shift so in addition to everything else about cars, I'm learning that as well. He says I'm doing well, but I'm not sure if that's actually true or if he's just trying to keep me motivated (either way I appreciate it).

Saturday, April 26, 2014


bedroom floor music
How Jeff often winds down after work.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

12x12: February

socks on the line
At Amanda's in Robert's Creek. She laughed when she saw me taking pictures of these socks; some of them have been there since the summer, when they got so covered in burrs & dirt during some adventure that she hasn't been able to get them clean.
early cherry blossoms
February first — those are some keen cherry blossoms!
Untitled kitty love
Amanda admiring the blossoms; Ian getting some love from the cat.
French doors
morning coffee
Amanda remembered that this was my favourite mug to use when she lived at Flatland, so she gave me my morning coffee in it without me even asking.
Amanda in the morning
washing dishes
front window Gibsons marina
The front window at Amanda's; the marina in Gibsons, on my way to the ferry home.
It's hard to tell, but this is Natalie at her baby shower. I lost a bunch of photos on this roll due to distractedly opening the camera without winding the film back first, which is why I'm forced to share all these ones with light leaks. Some turned out nice, others were... a little disappointing. But those are the risks of film — I'm just glad I didn't wreck the whole roll.