This is Not a Toy

Yup, that’s right! “This is Not a Toy” is this awesome art exhibit happening right now at the Design Exchange near Union Station. (http://www.dx.org/). You can see how I just wanted to poke, prod and squish this thing, but it probably would have resulted in my getting kicked out by security. As the marketing pamphlet describes it, “This Is Not A Toy was conceived as a pres ... >
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Rocks and Stuff

When you think of Ottawa, what comes to mind? The Parliament Buildings, Stephen Harper, Ottawa Sentators, the Canal and Beavertails. But, have you ever been to the Museum of Nature? It is right in the Nation’s Capital too! It is a beautiful building from the inside and out. From what I was told, it was Canada’s first “purposeful-built museum”, whatever that means.  The wom ... >
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We Are Never Too Old for Balloons

Forgive me for being a little tardy in putting up this post and these pictures :(. Shiny and bright! Back in late January I was inspired by a post by one of my favourite fashion bloggers: Sincerely Jules.  She had done a birthday photo shoot and used some very simple white balloons as her main props. (http://sincerelyjules.com/2014/01/birthday-grl.html). I thought to myself, I can do this too ... >
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How Many Asians Does it Take to Open a Bottle of Wine?

As the title states, how many Asians does it take to open up a bottle of wine? 3.5 to be exact!!! A few weekends ago, a couple of friends (Asian to be exact) came by my new place. My roommate and I gave them the grand tour. Afterwards, it was was time to unwind and play Cards Against Humanity with some vino in hand. Sounds lovely, right? We were all settled and ready to go, when my roommate says t ... >
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