Sunday, March 7

montreal and a few hours of bliss











had a wonderful time with the kids. we had so much fun on our drive back to montreal, a few tears shed because elle missed kevin the minute we left the driveway. the sun was shining so much so that the kids and i stopped in old montreal. the old city is such a great place to walk, people watch, drop into galleries and have some sirop d'erable on snow. arriving home we had a vegetarian feast of homemade falafel's(no one makes them as good as my mum) hummus, tahini, salad and pita while we exchanged car stories and nancy who is as healthy as ever tried to get me to look and pictures of her surgery( NO THANK YOU). morning, i was greeted with my mums famous pita cheese melts and getting my mum registered on facebook while having big belly laughs at the whole process! my drive back was lonely without the kids, but finishing one audio ' a perfect union" the story of president james madison and dolley madison and starting a new one the story of mark twain!

came home and went for a walk with k while the sun was beggining to set-perfect.

*dylan took the photograph of me

11 comments:

Gigi said...

It sounds like a perfect, perfect visit. I have to tell you that I adore these photos--every single one of them. Love the colors and the mood. xo

GloamingDesigns said...

i love the watery reflections of sunlight off windows like the ones you captured in the second photo!

in another lifetime said...

what a great weekend! Love the photo of you!!

S. Etole said...

wonderful sights ....

Ann Marie said...

these photos are amazing. montreal just jumped up on my list of places i must visit.

P.K said...

Beautiful photos. I want to visit Montreal.

avant garde said...

happy you enjoyed! catching up on some of your posts and photos from your visit with your niece and nephew, loving the red shoes post :)

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

i always love your photos of montreal. all the little corners and details. must visit.

Razmataz said...

Montreal is one of my favourite cities, especially the Old Port. Loved seeing your pictures.

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

such fabulous images! Not knowing very much about montreal, they made me realise there's another city to add to my destination list.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

looooovvvvvve everything about this post nadia...tell me more audio books i should listen to! we need some int he studio!