fashions a stranger.

I’ve been spending an unnecessarily large amount of time indoors this past week. It’s led to further establishing my crippling laziness but also for some nice time to take natural light photos. A couple weeks before my birthday, which was a couple of weeks ago, I got two really awesome cuts of stone from my mom. I made them both into necklaces using my very primitive necklace making skills, pretty much looped some waxed hemp through them. This one is the older one, the leader, or I guess the dominant... read more...

Seattle Sunday

Our second day in Seattle was just as fun but a with more bus rides than the day before. If you remember the first time I blogged about Seattle last year, you would know all about the Crumpet Shop. I was so excited to take my mom there for breakfast and when we got there in the morning it was closed. For a month! I don’t know why they had to renovate, it was perfect just the way it was! Looking back on that blog post it makes me miss... read more...

Seattle vs. Tacoma vs. Vancouver

Last weekend I went to Seattle for my birthday, and my Mom came with me for her Mother’s Day. I don’t think Mother’s Day has ever been so close to my birthday before, I didn’t even realise when I was planning the trip. Two celebrations, One trip! This was my third real time in Seattle and I love it more every trip, unlike some other cities I know..*Victoria* It was my moms first real time in the city so I felt like a sort of adventure guide. Our first stop;... read more...

Paris; until we meet again.

This probably sounds outrageous but we almost didn’t go up the Eiffel Tower. We went there on the second night, and it was closed. We went again during the day right after Disneyland and couldn’t bear to stand in another line up, so we left. Thinking we got the gist of Paris from above with Notre Dame and the Arc, we thought we wouldn’t be missing much. WRONG. We decided on the very last day that we would regret it forever if we didn’t go up, so up we went!... read more...

Gargoyles Eye View

We spent the majority of this day either walking up or down circular stone stairs behind really slow climbing people. But when we finally reached the top of our two destinations it was so worth it! Our first stop was the Arc de Triomphe. We’ve been looking at it for days from afar so we finally decided to see what the big deal was. It was a pretty big deal, because you can’t even cross the street to get to it. You have to walk underground for about 500 meters... read more...

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