Father’s Day was only officially made a national holiday in the U.S. in 1972, when President Richard Nixon declared it to be the third Sunday of June. But the holiday actually traces its origins to early 20th-century Washington State. ...―
When I saw a tweet that the Loose Moose had the largest draught beer selection in Downtown Toronto – then I knew I had to go! I’m not sure I had ever been to the Loose Moose before, but having a large beer selection was a sure way to ...―
Fresh bread out of the oven is always a treat. The smell and the taste can’t be beaten. But man oh man it can take some time! Mix. Knead. Rise. Knock Back. Shape. Rise. Bake. That’s a long process for fresh bread and some days I just...―
Some of us at work fancied after work drinks on a Friday. We didn't feel like doing the standard trip to Blu Jazz but then didn't have any kind of ideas other than Loof which we had also done the week before. Eventually, one of my colleagues W ...―
My Fellow Inebriates, Miss P might be the only kid in grade 2 who knows how to use the word “penultimate” correctly. On this, the Monday of the penultimate week of school, she goes armed with that word-gem and a host of other finicky...―
Today I would like to wish my husband a very Happy 24th Anniversary!! I love you! ∙ What do you think of Zach's lovely art work? ∙ Last Sunday was my husband, Chip's, birthday. We decided to book a fun afternoon with AZ Brewery...―
My Fellow Inebriates, If I could give my dad a bunch of gifts for Father’s Day instead of one, I would. I’d give him the following: Beer Some extra brain cells (unfortunately I don’t exactly have a superfluity, too bad for Dad) A...―
Currently around a half of organizations ranging in size from SMEs to large multinationals ...
∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...