Monday, September 29, 2014

Premier Brian Gallant, full-time dreamboat of your dreams

Can we just take some time to recognize the dreamboat who is New Brunswick Premier-designate Brian Gallant? Because I thought I'd never say this, but this guy can pull off guy-lights. And that's no small feat because on anyone else, those streaks would be a for-sure deal breaker.

But somehow Gallant, with his Masters of Law from McGill and his multiple provincial tennis championship wins, can pull them off. And also, probably, your pants with just one glance.

Observe:
That jawline.

That smile.

That Trudeau!
How, in all the coverage I consumed of the New Brunswick election, was his obvious hotness not a prevailing theme? Hath the CBC no eyeballs? Anyway, here's what else you need to know:

  1. He's single
  2. At 32, he'll become the youngest premier in Canada when he's sworn in on Oct. 7
  3. He plans to create 6,000 new daycare spaces
  4. He'll introduce free eye exams for four-year-olds
  5. He's going to introduce tax credits to help offset the cost of infertility treatments and adoption expenses
  6. He makes your ovaries explode
Would you follow politics more closely if the press provided more coverage of his dimples? Leave a comment and let us know.

Monday, September 22, 2014

"No weirdos," plus 4 more great tweets






Wednesday, August 27, 2014

"A lifetime of diarrhea," plus 4 more great tweets






I want to rub this plate all over my face

You were wondering how excited anyone could get over plates, right? The answer: REAL EXCITED. Because look:


How gorgeous is that?

But wait, there's more:


This just makes me want to throw all my plates in the garbage and buy these new ones but I won't because "environment" and "nature" and "waste" and stuff but really, these are going on my Christmas list and then on my wall and also probably under some cake.

I would pack that bowl. I would pack that bowl so hard.
Okay, enough enthusing. Here are the details:

These are part of House Party, Drake General Store's first-ever housewares collection. The Canadian Landscape Set ($15-$18) features iconic Canadian scenes printed onto plates, bowls, teacups and saucers.

You'll be able to get it in-store and online at Drake General Store starting September 16.

Also? Hang tight because later this week I'll be bringing you news of Drake holiday pop-up shops at The Bay.

So good.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Stripy Sunday: Picnic edition

Sure we all dream of whipping up Gwyneth's picnic recipes, packing them beautifully and heading to the waterfront like it's A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but really what happens is we somehow end up at the splash pad with half an apple, old milk and inappropriate footwear.

But a girl can dream. And I would dream of a stripy Sunday picnic. With donuts.

Charming vintage Hudson Bay Picnic cooler, $199 USD on eBay.



Cozy fleece picnic blanket, $40 on sale for $30 in-store and online at The Bay.

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