Haven't been riding as much as I'd like, but Kona and I still took off for an evening last week - So fast!
What you don't see in the photo above is Dexter and Alice hanging off the rails of the staircase nearby. I think people are becoming quite accustomed to me showing up with my "associates" all the time now.
Same day, I did a quick shoot with New Classics Studio. They're a local start up that curates sustainable pieces for the fashion forward consumer. I was excited to be involved! You can see more shots if you click the link. I fell in love with the skirt I was wearing...
So I bought one.
Also, really excited that they suggested I wear my HUNT AMOR body chain underneath the top - I think the effect is so cool!
Burrow and ate them on a bench.
Yellowhead Tribal College as literacy ambassador for the Edmonton Literacy Coalition.
Then, devoured sandwiches from District Co. at my Works Gala meeting.
Apricity meeting. We're coming down the wire for our March 22nd event at the Jasper Place library! Amor thought my new cell phone case was so hilarious, she took a picture of me.
Same meeting, showing off some goods for our "literacy garden".
For family day, I took my little sister to brunch; taught a student; and then we took the kids to the Indiana Jones exhibit at the Telus World of Science.
In addition to all this, I've also been filming these parenting panels for Breakfast Television with my two pals, Krista and Jason - Take a peek!
Dex and Alice were playing in the green room while we are filming, supervised by a kind girl assigned to my offspring. Thanks! I love that I can take my kids basically anywhere, and they just fold themselves into whatever is happening. Being a mom isn't the easiest thing at the best of times, and it's certainly challenging when I've got several random things on the go. But, there are so many great people who are here to help me. Including people I meet at the studio, or in a grocery store, or at a media launch.
Edmonton has some really friendly people.