This sloth melts me!!! The cutest fur face, ever!
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Friday, February 15, 2013
I love this clip so much, I have to share it everywhere!
"Canada will never be a safe haven for zombies" because we're "Dead-i-cated" har har har!!!
Love you crazy canucks!
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Happy Valentine's Day!
Technically, I spent my Valentine's celebrations in Niagara Falls last weekend. It was quite sweet because the husband treated me to a spa day at the "Christienne Fallsview Spa" in the Sheraton On The Falls hotel where we were staying and also where we had our first date 5 years ago after meeting earlier that day in my small town - having a quick fish dinner and the "OK" from my parents to let me go off with this stranger man ;)
The spa was amazing despite the mixed reviews on tripadvisor, which I am about to change. These girls are lovely, and educated! I got to watch the falls at sunset and the view was gorgeous :)
You also HAVE to eat at WINDOWS by Jamie Kennedy! The winter menu was divine with amazing preparation of the pork. A MUST-TRY are his famous french fries. Delightful!
Here I am in all of my over-exposed glory - The man refuses to take more than one photo in public - so it's one and that's all I get! I have a nose, I swear! ;)
I also took an early morning photo without any cars to enjoy the falls in it's powerful abundance of crashing waters. So magnificent!
Our unconventional relationship obviously worked out, because here we are - married and with a little girl who partied her "friendship" day to it's fullest.
I was also blessed with some really sweet Valentine's day cards that were decorated to the nines in stickers :)
My sweet addiction to cinnamon tasting everything might have me at my weakest this week. I may have to grab a small bag of cinnamon hearts even though I have cut out sugar from my life. Maybe I can make it our last official break-up fling before properly quitting it ;)
Apparently anything cinnamon tasting in candy form is considered "Joke-candy" in Norway. It was so hard to find proper Valentine candies when I lived there or anything cinnamon-ish. Basically we get our Valentine treats from England because the queen loved the cinnamon flavoured treats, they were brought over to Canada (North America)
I write cinnamon... a lot! It's a cinnasin! Oh dear.
This post is obviously going nowhere - but I wanted to wish you all the most loveliest of V-days and if you're a singleton I raise my glass to you, sweethearts! ;) (But not over my laptop, like last time ;)
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
After the discovery and announcement of King Richard III's body the other day, I couldn't help but get more involved in his story!
I found this King Richard III facial reconstruction video. Watching his face come to life really made him look like quite a kind man. Maybe history wrote him an awful man because they were jealous of his lovely looks ;)
I honestly feel that this King had a great heart, and that there was some sort of propaganda by the tutors after he had passed to sort of rewrite his history - because he was King at quite a young age and was hated for that. He was actually quite involved with the "commoners" and made changes so that poor people could also be heard in court hearings - even though they didn't have the money to back them. I want to read more about this King, but from someone who isn't swayed either way. If only I could call on my past lifes ;)
The similarities of him in this one painting to the right, and of Christopher Walken (left) are uncanny! It could totally be his doppelgänger! Wouldn't you agree?
Richard III obviously had swag, and everyone else around him couldn't handle it.
I don't think the King would have poisoned his wife, Anne neither - if anything I feel she might have poisoned herself out of depression. This was also her second marriage.
These are my thoughts and as outrageous as they are - I feel compelled to know a little more about King Richard III.
It's truly exciting that they found his remains and to sort of bring his legacy back to life again :)
Enjoy this video of how they reconstructed the young King's face, below!
Friday, February 1, 2013
This 800 year old church in England is the next big recording star to hit the big time! What is it offering? 28 minutes of silence. This gem is being sold out quicker than they can keep up with! Pretty amazing! I actually want to buy a copy, because there is something to be said about the calmness of chapel quietness. Hear (or not) and read more about it here. :)