This week, bloggers filled my heart with love, filled my head with thoughts, filled my spirit with inspiration. Many gifts indeed.
Love, marriage, baby carriage
- Vickie Laliotis reflects on her love story while sharing her sweet and colourful engagement photos.
- Laurie MacFayden poetically captures that moment when you just know.
- Lindsey at Over My Styled Body spills on how her boyfriend proposed to her.
- Stacey K has the goods on a couple who had two very different but equally beautiful weddings.
- Bruce Clarke shares some shots from a western-style wedding at BBQ Acres.
- Ana Vicioso models some winter wedding fashions from Eve and Enoch.
- Dajana Fabjanovich revels in the discovery that she is expecting twin boys.
- Dave Cournoyer examines who might succeed Amarjeet Sohi on Edmonton’s city council now that he has been elected to Parliament.
- Dave also goes deep on what the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline means for Alberta and Canada.
- Mack Male lays out all of the dominos falling with the City of Edmonton’s administration.
- Sunil Agnihotri breaks down the data on what’s going on with Oilers goalie Cam Talbot.
- Robin Mazumder remembers an encounter with a pedestrian that throws into relief the need to design our cities for more than just cars.
- Glenn Kubish reflects on how a cyclist must listen to the road, and how motorists ought to as the season gets slippery.
- Brandon Schatz raises some questions about comics journalism.
- Natasha Chiam responds to an attack with her fascinating origin story as a feminist.
- Alyssa Lau responds to the backlash against social media after an Instagrammer made a high-profile exit from the platform
- Beverley Jackman supports Twitter’s shift from the star to the heart for responding to tweets.
- Rev Recluse unearths the sensationally told tale of a 1932 stabbing.
- How you pronounce “scone” reveals something about you, says Elyse Chatterton, who goes on to share her recipe.
- Mike Ross tells the story of how two Edmonton musicians brought life to a song written by a soldier who survived Vimy Ridge.
- Pamella Heikel is writing a poem a day.
- Ali Grotkowski is getting ready for Secret Santa Season.
- Tara of Tech Geek Gamers reviews her latest Nerd Block.
- The Royal Bison is featuring its vendors heading into the art and craft fairs at the end of November and start of December.
- Kassey at The Lovely Ordinary admires the work of some Edmonton bloggers at the Ultimate Upcycle Challenge.
- Donloree Hoffman is profoundly grateful for and inspired by Brené Brown’s latest, Rising Strong.
- A mandolin and harmony is a musical gift to me, so I’m happy to discover North of Here via the Northern Sessions.
- Allan Suddaby shares a way to make chicken skin something special.
- World of Warcraft saved Trent Wilkie’s life, so that’s quite the gift.
Even more (way more, in fact), can be found at ShareEdmonton. I collect my picks in a Flipboard magazine, and I share stuff on Twitter: @seenandheardyeg and @karenunland. My podcast roundup comes out on Fridays.
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