Dear Readers, WELL Spring was here this past weekend, and for some reason winter decided to return on Monday with a lovely snow fall. ANYWAYS I am going to pretend it is still actually SPRING and talk about a few of my favourite spring accessories since I should no longer have to wear hats, gloves,… Continue reading Spring Might Be Here?
Dear Readers, For as long as I can remember Autumn (or Fall) has always been my favourite season. As a kid, I was always so excited to go back to school, wear knit sweaters, see the leaves change colour and pick out pumpkins. There is a quote by Lucy Maud Montgomery in Anne of Green… Continue reading My Favourite Season: Autumn
Dear Readers, This week I was lucky enough to head back to Nova Scotia (for technically the third time since I have been home). I'm sure some of you know that I was born in Nova Scotia and moved to New Brunswick in 2002, so Nova Scotia has always held a special place in my… Continue reading Travel: Peggy’s Cove
Dear Readers, My apologies for the delay in posts in the last month, I have been so busy with school work, the new job I started at Gap in Glasgow, a few adventures I have gone on, and a few visitors that I have been lucky enough to have over the past few weeks. I… Continue reading Manchester Part 2
Dear Readers, So I am spending this week away from Scotland, and adventuring down to England! I have a five-day study trip to the city of Manchester for my Museum's in the Making course. We are spending the week visiting various museums and getting tours from different curators, which is my favourite part of my… Continue reading Manchester Part 1
Dear Readers, I think it is inevitable to not be even slightly homesick sometimes while living away from home. It doesn't matter how wonderful a place is, every once and a while I have an inkling of wanting to be home, especially if it's somebody's birthday or a holiday. I have found that is always… Continue reading A Little Piece of Home
Dear Readers, This weekend I vistied the Botanical Gardens here in Glasgow for the first time, and I was definitely impressed. The gardens are located in the West End of the city, just off of Great Western Road. Within the gardens there are several glasshouses, a tea room, and multiple walking paths. The gardens are… Continue reading Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Dear Readers, Well, it is officially Fall in Scotland, and I am so happy to see the trees starting to change colour. The trees definitely are not as colourful as they get at home in Canada, but they still create that Fall feeling. Today I was exploring the Kevlingrove Park, in the West end of… Continue reading Kelvingrove Park