I’m digging black coffee right now, and this past week has definitely warranted it. It included moving job sites, a trip to the vet, the cone of shame, antibiotics, a lot of baths for a kitten with diarrhea, and testing out the new carpet cleaner.
Feature photo courtesy Trip Advisor.
Arguably, the best food in the world can be found in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Authentic, sometimes century-old, family recipes have made their way here along with the people that have immigrated, from near and far.
The accessibility to quality ingredients (such as fresh fish, organic produce, and free-range, organic meats) has exposed us Westerners to the very best dishes from Cuba, India, Ethiopia, France, Italy, China, Mongolia, Korea, Lebanon, you name it…
Not to mention the amazing cultural experiences that come along with it.
January 6th marked my 35th birthday. I am grateful to have come this far. It is a privilege to many are denied. I had the honor to spend an impromptu evening with some pretty incredible people.
Bowling is one of those past times that never really seems to get old. Except for maybe the shoes.
Good, bad, young or old. Even if you claim to loathe the activity, you have to admit, with the right mix of people it becomes undeniably fun.
Just add beer.