Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Food · Recipes

Easter Bunny Pancake Recipe

Easter is on it’s way! It’s my favorite holiday because it celebrates God’s unconditional love and Jesus’ victory in conquering death on the cross! Through Jesus’ resurrection, I am no longer a slave to my sins but free from the laws of sin and death, and worthy to be called a child of God! As… Continue reading Easter Bunny Pancake Recipe

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Explore British Columbia · Travel

Xplore Canada’s National Parks

Occasionally something so good comes along that I am so happy to have this platform to share the goodness with everyone! This year marks Canada’s 150th Birthday and to celebrate this special occasion Canada is offering a FREE discovery pass to all its National Parks! You can order your discovery pass here and it will come… Continue reading Xplore Canada’s National Parks

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Explore Vancouver · Family · Travel

Tramping at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Last month, I shared a post on how we spent last year’s spring break playing tourists in our hometown. We made a visit to Britannia Mine and had a marvelous mining experience. As a continuation of our staycation we also made a visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge.  Now I know what some of you might… Continue reading Tramping at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Faith · Life

Do Not Hinder

Earlier this year, my kids joined the children’s choir at church. Last Sunday was their first live performance. As their mom I was beaming from ear to ear as I watched my kids, along with 15 others, used their beautiful voices to worship God. If you are a parent, I’m sure you can relate to… Continue reading Do Not Hinder

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Explore Vancouver · Taste of Vancouver · Travel


A visit to Vancouver is never complete without eating at a Japanese restaurant. Last week, a few of my friends trekked their way over to beautiful Van City.¬†We decide to end their trip by taking them to Suika, a popular Japanese Izakaya Restaurant, located on West Broadway. Izakaya are Japanese bars that specializes in a… Continue reading Suika

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Favorite Things

Enjoying the Little Things: My Flashlight Collection

Hello there! This week, Lil is busy attending a conference so she had asked me to do a feature guest post on her blog. I asked her what should I write about and she responded ” Whatever your heart desires…”. After careful consideration, I think I should post about something dear to me… flashlights. I… Continue reading Enjoying the Little Things: My Flashlight Collection

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Faith · Favorite Things · Life

Finding Thankfulness in my Teacups

I have a confession. I am a lover of teacups. I don’t exactly know what it that makes me adore them so much but I have great appreciation for them. I enjoy holding them in my hands and admiring the beauty of the design.  I enjoy how the teacups become a conversational piece with my guests.… Continue reading Finding Thankfulness in my Teacups

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Explore Vancouver · Family · Travel

Our Mining Experience at Britannia Mine

I have to admit that although I have been living here in Greater Vancouver for more than 10 years, I haven’t taken much time to explore the city.  As a matter of fact, last year was my 1st visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge, 1st hike up on Grouse Mountain, 1st hike at Joffre’s Lake, and… Continue reading Our Mining Experience at Britannia Mine

Canadian Lifestyle Blog · Kitchen · My Home

Desperately Needing a Drop Zone

This week I am going to do the unthinkable and welcome you to a small part of my home. I’m going to let you peek into our kitchen nook! Alan and I believe this home is God’s blessing to us. We are ever so grateful for everything God has provided for us. Through the purchase… Continue reading Desperately Needing a Drop Zone

Crafts · DIY Tutorials


So it looks like Vancouver got another dump of snow this year! When I wrote the post on  “How to Make Paper Snowflakes” I reminisce about Calgary’s winter and I’m afraid I got what I asked for!  I’m so sorry for all the Vancouverites who do not like snow. But if you just take a… Continue reading “Clay”arium