Friends! We will be @aidebodycare's "Holiday Pop-Up" tomorrow ~ Saturday December 16th. Come visit us and buy sugar cookies + chocolates! 😉😋 [check our stories for what we're talkin' about]
So many great vendors this weekend! Check out Aide for more deets ✨
✨GIVEAWAY✨ Craft beer + 4 course dinner + good company + dancing = perfect NYE to me 🎉🍻 @CRAFTOttawa will be hosting a NYE party to ring in 2018! They’ll be serving the best courses from this year’s Brewmaster’s Dinners full of four courses of delicious creations paired with craft beer.👌🏼You have the option of buying a ticket for the dinner or dinner/midnight party combo or just the midnight party where you can dance the night away with their DJ. One lucky winner is going to win a pair of tickets to the dinner & midnight party. 😍 To enter:
1. Like this photo
2. Follow @littlemissottawa and @CRAFTOttawa
3. Tag your NYE crew 😊
Winner will be announced on Wednesday, December 20th. Goodluck 🍻
Day 3️⃣ of 12 Days of Door-mas and Santa’s first appearance! 🎅🏽
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City living! On my walk through Nathan Phillips Square I spotted strangers sitting by a fire as an alpaca watched over them and it made me stop. Moments like these are reasons why I #LoveToronto#SeeTorontoNow
Stumbled on these really small and quaint cabins while snowshoeing, nestled under a thick blanket of snow. I love the colours of quality wood against a pure-white landscape. It almost blends perfectly into the trees; An element I really admire.
Did you see the Google reports about search trends in 2017? It’s so fanny to check what people are searching for based on Countries. For example why Italians are looking for recipes of Carbonara pasta, Americans are finding out how many calories there are in a Unicorn Frappucino and Canadians are searching for how you should take a pregnancy test 😁
There’s also a global TV shows categories where’s "Stranger Things” is leading … Do you have a favourite TV show for 2017?
Freezing temps in Toronto … Happy hump day my friends ❤️ *
Familiar places. Gaining new perspectives. Big East River was remnants of the proglacial Lake Algonquin formed during the last ice age. To explore this place in the Winter, you really do get a sense of time and wonder. It’s so easy to overlook the small intricacies of what you’re photographing. Taking a step back and immersing yourself into your surroundings can be more rewarding than taking the photo itself.