Sunday, November 30, 2008

Déjà Vu.

Last friday night a couple friends and I danced the night away to Cobra Krames.  This particular Dj sparked memories of one night back during my first week in Montreal, when my friend Claire and I escaped the messiness that was Frosh to explore our new city.  We ended our night, with little knowledge of where to go, at the Cobra Krames show.  So last friday, being at the same show three months later i realized how much has changed! But the weirdest part is that i can hardly believe i've been living in Montreal for 3 months, because it sure feels like i've been here for only 3 seconds.  I cant help but imagine what my life will be like the next time Krames is in town.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Happy.

Happy Thanksgiving to my lovely Americans!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Swinging London.

Weekend was spent having too many cocktails, throwing snowballs, making friends and watching Ryan Pollard try to rip a phone book in half. Unsuccessful but still convinced it can be done. Thanks for too many laughs boys. 

Fall leaves and pretty ladies.

Last Fall shot before the snow and rain came down. Fall in the east is lovely. 

So much love.

A very small package arrived a few days ago....

Just imagine...
Best Broads for Life..
"All roads lead to Gin and Tonic" 
Love continues..
Tearin' it up on the sunset strip.. 
Hackin butts...
This is really well done. 
love always. 

Thank you you Mrs. Tooley and Mr. Bars, you put a huge smile on your face. Expect a package, not nearly as creative or as tidy. 

Got the train, missed the train, booked the train, lost the train, FINALLY on the train.

Lex, First off,  your really doing a fantastic job holding the blog together. I have been busy on a solo traveling adventure. I promise a handful of posts by the end of the evening. Good job viens.

P.S. Alexa, here is a map of ontario, NOTE: kingston and london are in very different locations. 
I would have been mad, but your just too sweet. 
Honest mistake. 

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Emerged into the Factory.

Last friday, i was lucky enough to check out the exhibit at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Warhol Live.  The exhibit was such an intriguing look at how music and dance affected and played into Warhols work.  Not only did it showcase his amazing talent as an artist, but the exhibit was displayed in such away that created more of an experience rather than just observing paintings on the wall.  Rooms filled with Mick Jaggars voice, and others filled with strobe lights and floating silver balloons, allowed one to absorb warhols talent in a waholesqu environment.  In one of my favorite rooms, warhol's images and films projected off the walls, and in the center was a large circular couch with numerous round pillows designed for a fulfilling viewing experience.  Being in the room, my friend and i looked upon montreal teenage seensters lying on their backs gazing at the lights and and pictures, while humming to the velvet underground, and we kind of felt like we had taken a wrong turn and had been catapulted in to warhol's very own hang out, the factory.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Monday, November 17, 2008

If only Christmas was held here every year.

As the weather network now continually scribes negative numbers beside Montreal's report, my days are now filled with leg warmers and hot chocolate. I'm dreaming of Bora Bora.

Who's with me?

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Baby it's cold outside

I've decided i need this coat if i'm to survive Montreal's winter.  I think it's purely  necessary for my health.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Vampire fuss.

In-style photo shoot with the cast of Twilight, oh so chic.

Those dorm rooms CAN be drafty.

Thursday, November 13, 2008


Raging Rockstars.

Monday, November 10, 2008

So creepy and fantastic.

True Blood, my new obsession has the best intro to any television show, brilliant! 

Dear Christian Louboutin

Well Done.

I'm usually not a fan of jean on jean but...

I'm missing you.

I'll be home in a month today Vancouver, don't worry.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Generation O

"GENERATION O is that college kid at the White House gate early Wednesday morning, lifting his shirt to reveal “Obama” painted in red on his chest."

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Hot Mess.

Steve Aoki came to Montreal last night.  It was  a solid night that was indeed both hot and messy!

Just lovely

While walking through old montreal the other day, my friend and i came across this amazing boutique hotel.  Situated on the cobble stone streets of old montreal, Hotel Place D'armes exudes such dazzle that you end up fantasizing about a life of luxury under its roof including room service and tiny chocolates under your pillow.

Friday, November 7, 2008

November and no coat.

This weather makes me so happy! 

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Screw Textbooks.

Not only does December's Vanity Fair feature Kate Winslet on the cover-how good does Revolutionary Road look-but also included in the issue is the article "Motown: The Untold Stories, and even more it features a spread on the cast of Twilight.  December's a great month for magazines!