The Count

I saw this the first time ages ago, and watched it again last night. Definitely more hilarious after a beer (or two!)

♥ Callah


bad blogger

When did I become such a bad blogger?
Hmm, looks like real life is kicking in! Loving the new job. 30 hours this week which isn't quite full time but sure feels like it when I was lucky to average about 16 before (sometimes even ZERO!)
Busy, busy. I've got about a gazillion books on the go, including Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl- (yup, never read it!) and The Price: My Rise and Fall as New York's #1 Escort- written by one of the very awesome girls in my yoga training last month. (And yes, it's a true story!). Awesome read, look out for a used copy on amazon. Also lots of vegan cookbooks... thinking about going there sometime.
Been busy with the yoga projects- currently practice teaching, going on a "yoga safari" (trying out different types besides my usual) and embarking on another 30-day challenge starting today. I'm taking another Uni course in the fall- slowly chipping away at the degree, so I want to get as many projects out of the way as I can so I'll have time for that. Here's a pic to make this post less boring.

That was yoga-on-the-beach. Note the CN tower in the background. Gorgeous.

So yup, my life in a nutshell. Work, reading, and yoga.
Hope everyone is awesome. I'm not the only slacking blogger, get on it and update me with your life stories!!
♥ Callah


a musical month

Actually, it was a fairly NON-musical month since I only drove a handful of times. Driving is my prime music-listening time. I really need speakers for my iPod! When the paycheques start rolling in, for sure.

Anyways, what was musical? CONCERTS GALORE! By galore, I mean two. I'd say that's a lot in one month haha!

First up, Lilith Fair.
Tara Maclean is married to one of the co-founders. The other co-founder and her sister were back-up vocals. Amazing!

We also saw Chantal Kreviazuk, Lights, Mary J Blidge and Sarah Maclachlan. Talk about incredible. It was a great night, despite beoing poured on half the day and staying up way past our bedtimes (i.e. midnight sleepytime and 5:30 wake-up for a 14 hour day!)

This past Friday, back to Molson Amphitheatre (this time in SEATS!) to see Robyn & Keane at the Disco Lemonade festival. We started here:

And with a little luck and a smile, ended up here:

Brilliant! Yes, no zoom, we were pretty well front row on the floor. I've loved Robyn since her first disc in 1990, and discovered Keane on my travels. I listened to both these artists a lot while backpacking so it was a nostalgic, amazing concert.  (my fave Keane song - the video's a bit odd though!)

Next up? Florence & the Machine, November 3rd! Just got the disc on iTunes and it's amazing.

♥ Callah