Papa is a Preacher

Larissa

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...Many times these escapades result in the unconscious gathering of treasures. Other times the results are only bruises, cuts or scrapes. ..To read the full post click here....more

Mountain Top.

Shortly after our snow day in December, we decided to head up to Cypress Mountain to have a bit more fun in the snow and do some skiing... On the way up we stopped to take in the view of the Pacific Ocean and the city of Vancouver below, but by this time of the week, the snow was already melting away... Higher up we go with the sun making a surprise appearance.. ....more

Snow Days.

I'm sitting in Philosophy class and there's a debate on Divine Command Theory. I'm going to avoid getting too much involved in a heated discussion, by distracting myself with posting photos of our snow day here in Abbotsford. It was Vini's first week here and we got our biggest (and only) snow day of the year, and...Click Here for more + photos....more

Snow Day.

I'm sitting in Philosophy class and there's a debate on Divine Command Theory. I'm going to avoid getting too much involved in a heated discussion, by distracting myself with posting photos of our snow day here in Abbotsford. It was Vini's first week here and we got our biggest (and only) snow day of the year ....more

News.

I realize my blog posts have become sporadic and random lately...While Papa is a Preacher is the equivalent of "home" for me on the internet, it has been exciting to be so busy at "home" (and it's surrounding areas outside of my comfort zone) in the real world.      I'm currently a piano teacher teaching intro to piano to kids, and also hold a position as a Social Media TA at my school. This spring I have started my second year of university (what?!) and am enjoying school immensely....more

News.

I realize my blog posts have become sporadic and random lately...While Papa is a Preacher is the equivalent of "home" for me on the internet, it has been exciting to be so busy at "home" (and it's surrounding areas outside of my comfort zone) in the real world. ...more

Sentimental Scarf.

On Thursday I wore a scarf that had been in my hatbox (Explanation: I keep winter accessories in a hatbox) for some time now. Although it is wonderfully warm, colorful, and I love its comfort, it is also very big, so I don't wear it that often because, frankly, I'm just not sure how to wrap big scarves. This particular one, however, was made for me by an elderly lady from our church in Montreal when we were still living on the East coast ....more

Mirror Frame.

During the summer of 2012 I discovered a mirror frame in my paternal grandparent's shed. It was derelict, fragile and seemingly useless without its mirror, but I decided I wanted it. The problem was I lived over 10,000 kilometers away, in a temporary location ....more

Knit Beret + Stripes.

It's still Sunday! Technically, anyways. This is the simplest of all outfits, but it's what I wore to school this week ....more

Purple + Fences.

It is officially fall. The leaves have said their goodbyes and begun their waltz swinging from partner to partner–branches, crisp breeze and finally a brown carpet of dewy grass. Still, here and there you might find a couple of late bloomers that serve as a last reminder of summer ...more