Thursday, May 6, 2010

Sex and the City 2 Party

What are you ladies doing for the release of the Sex and the City 2 movie? There are several parties going on, both in Vancouver and Toronto. I think I will be in Toronto for the premiere and I am thinking of attending this event...

The event is being put on by What Women Want. This event promises to be a night full of SATC fun, love and laughter where attendees can Sip Cosmos, Shop your favorite SATC themed vendors, And "Date" your choice of over 100 single hunks!
The location and additional unique "Dating Details" will be made available shortly...
SO STAY TUNED!In the meantime
GET YOUR TICKETS before they're all gone!!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Sex and the City 2!

This is so very exciting! I can't wait!!! I definitely plan on watching this with my girlfriends for my next birthday!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Yet Another Flirty Girl Night Out!

Flirty Girl Fitness is having another one of their exclusive Flirty Girl Night Out parties on Friday March 26th from 7:30-10:30pm. The party will begin at Flirty Girl Fitness located at 452 Wellington St W in Toronto where ladies will receive complementary Flirtinis, appetizers, mini manicures, hair styling and makeup application all while watching performances by various Flirty Girls.

The party then continues at Century Room where you receive VIP until 11pm . Be sure to check out this event! You will not want to miss it!

Monday, March 1, 2010

Team Canada wins GOLD!!!

It was a nail biting game but Canada was victorious and we have now won GOLD in both women's and men's hockey at the 2010 Olympic Games! Here are a couple pics I took of the party in Vancouver after the fact...

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

HBC 2010 Canada Olympic Gear Craze!

So I loved the HBC 2010 Olympic Gear when I saw it unveiled awhile back but never in my wildest dreams thought that it would sell out all over the country! I was passing the Olympic superstore on West Georgia in Vancouver the other day and could not believe the lineup down the block just to get into the Olympic section of the bay! It was sheer chaos but surprisingly the line that stretched over 2 blocks (which would in Toronto outside a nightclub would equate to: go home, you're not getting in) went by a lot faster than anticipated.

They let in 50 people at a time and have some ultra efficient tellers because once you actually find what you want, you have to line up yet again to pay! I went to the store to try to get either a childrens XL or a ladies small red Canada hoodie. The biggest size they had in the store was a children's 7/8. I may be small but I am definitely not that small!

In the end I had to settle for a boys 10/12 jacket which I am totally in love with. It looks just like the one in the pic depicted below except perhaps not as long in the torso since it is cut for boys but it fits me well since I am short anyway.

Because my jacket is children's gear I did not have to pay PST which was an added bonus. So needless to say it was a successful trip to the Olympic superstore and I walked away from it relatively happy considering the 2 hour drive and 200 person lineup. The next day though one my best friend's called from Toronto asking if I could get my hands on a set of those apparently elusive in Ontario Red mittens! Fortunately I was able to get her a pair for her birthday before they sold out here as well. Yippee!
The vibe in Vancouver right now is so proud to be Canadian! I absolutely love it and drink in it's energy every night. I can't wait to head down there tonight sporting my jacket and mittens and mingling in with the crowd!
On a side note, yesterday Maelle Ricker, who currently lives in Squamish was the first Canadian female to win gold on home soil in the Women's Snowboard Cross. GO CANADA GO!!!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Oh Canada!

I came across this video awhile back and meant to post it. I love Canada! Check it out:

Friday, February 5, 2010

More Olympic Excitement!

So the torch passed by my house today and I ran outside to get in on the action! I love the energy that the Olympics has brought to Squamish, if only it had this energy all year round! Despite the rain and dampness, everyone was thrilled and excited at the torch relay today. Check out some of the pictures below and the video! Taz (my dog) has seen 90% of this country, climbed mountains, wake skated, tubed and now he has also seen the Olympic Torch!

Anticipating the Torch's arrival

Here it comes around the corner!

There it is!