Smoke & Cake

Today there was a forest fire outside of Vancouver. I woke up to a morning of smoke and haze, and I didn’t find out until later what it really was. “Global warming” maybe. But as the night grew, the smoke filled the skies even more and became more dense. Smoke was everywhere. You couldn’t seeContinue reading “Smoke & Cake”

A Christian’s Confession to the Church

For the longest time, I hated church. I called myself a Christian, I prayed to God, and I believed in the existence of a Savior. But I still despised the church. Sixth grade onwards, I regarded myself as an outsider. I physically felt a wall enclosing me and disconnecting me from fellowship and from normalContinue reading “A Christian’s Confession to the Church”

Date Night

The last night I was in Vancouver, Harry and I decided to go to Joe Fortes, an upscale seafood restaurant. We were eating on the Dine Out menu and the atmosphere was pretty nice. Our sub-server(?) was quite interactive as well. Walking to the restaurant, we visited a souvenir store. We found a selfie stickContinue reading “Date Night”

Rainy Thursday

A very typical day in Vancouver: rain, rain, sun, rain. Harry and I decided to go to Granville Island one last time before I returned to college. We ate our favourite meals and went off on a rainy, grainy photoshoot.   It was sunny at first, but it started raining a little later. You just have toContinue reading “Rainy Thursday”