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Scenes from my Week

neon sign

While this summer has been busier than… honestly… it’s been busier than any other summer of my life. Ever. It’s been chalk full of some of the most beautiful moments, and for that I am eternally grateful. Last weekend was spent celebrating one of my best friend’s bachelorettes, I found out the other day that I’m going to have a nephew (!!!) come December, and Justin and I are currently up to our knees in laundry for our upcoming European vacation. We leave tomorrow and to say I’m excited would be a massive understatement. It’s been a whirlwind, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. 
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Cottage Living Done Oh So Right

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Up here in Canada, cottaging is a bit of an institution. Our summers are incredibly glorious, but their gloriousness is equally matched with brevity. In other words: we have to capitalize as much, and as often, as physically possible. Justin and I sneak up to our cottage as much as we can each year, and while it admittedly looks absolutely nothing like this beauty, I love it to its core all the same. That said, it’s safe to say that these guys have figured out how to cottage the “right” way. From the soaring ceilings, to the views that are unmatched, to the casual elegant furnishings, there is literally no detail left unthought of, and I’d happily call it my own.  Continue Reading

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The Cutest Free Desktop Wallpaper – Ever.

A free monthly desktop wallpaper brought to you by my sweet friend Saffron Avenue. Enjoy! xo

lemonsHi friends, Angela here with your July desktop wallpaper! Since we are officially 1/2 way through the year and mid-Summer I thought it would make sense to adorn our desktops with some bright and cheerful lemons! Simply download your favourite below, for both your desktop and mobile.  Continue Reading

Personal Posts Scenes from my Week

Scenes from my Week

feeding horses
The weekend Justin and I got engaged, I naturally began day dreaming about our future. The thought of white picket fences, barefoot babies, and a lifetime alongside my very favourite human in the world were aplenty, and just the thought alone was more than enough to satiate me for a while. So instead of jumping the gun to begin planning our physical wedding day, we decided to take some time to soak in that beautiful phase of our lives. And, during that transitional phase we unknowingly graced ourselves with, we quickly realized that the thought of a huge wedding to-do felt daunting, overwhelming, and not at all us. Continue Reading

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