Words by Jill: Send a message in a bottle
Don't you wish you could send a message to your younger self?
Write a letter that says, "Keep your chin up, honey. Things are going to work out okay." Roll up a little note and place it in a bottle to float across your mind from now to that day way back when you felt a little hopeless and could have used a hand to light the path for you.
Or whisper about the future knowing what you know now: Love is real and people are kind and your dreams will come true if you keep dreaming about them.
Smoke signals that lead the way.
I wish I could do that.
A photo tour of our afternoon in the Allan Gardens Conservatory in Toronto, Ontario.
Reflections on this season last year and our weekend away in Fernie, British Columbia.
Practicing accountability and a new favourite hike in K-Country.
My thoughts on home.
The older I get, the more I realize the phrase "everything happens for a reason" isn't all that cliché
Life is funny. It looks one way from the outside and another while you live it.
Where prairie skies meet mountain peaks.
The combination of spontaneity and winding roads makes me feel all kinds of satisfaction and freedom at the same time. A peek at our weekend in Invermere.
As a self-diagnosed perfectionist, I convinced myself for a few years that "good enough" was good enough.
While researching for an article, I added a new destination to my bucket list: Imperial County, California.