where would you like to wake up tomorrow?

I just watched this video on Fifty People One Question. I like the site concept. They have asked two questions and received nine hundred and sixty-four responses from five hundred and thirty-one cities. It was quite lovely watching this video. Fifty People, One Question: Brooklyn from Crush + Lovely on Vimeo. My answer: I’d like to wake up at Bondi Beach on Hall Street with my sister and a few of my best friends. It is beautiful there. It’s summer, it’s over 25 degrees Celsius and the forecast says sunny all week.

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winter workout

So, this winter I’ve decided to actually work out while hibernating instead of just sitting on my couch and dreaming of summer like I usually do. Fortunately I live in a condo where there are two gyms, a court, yoga studio and pool. I really haven’t any excuse to be out of shape. My goal is to be the most fit I have ever been. I used to live in Australia at Bondi Beach, known as the most famous beach in the world. When you live in a place like that, you are surrounded by babes and beauties and you force yourself to be in shape. This however, was several years ago and I was running, surfing and doing regular yoga. I’ve been going to thew gym a few weeks and am starting to see results. I hid my face because I just came from the gym and before that…

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Fond Memories…

its cold outside and i wanna stay warm the wind is whipping at my windows winding my thoughts around whirlwind words spin Me, Bondi Beach, Aus, 2004. High.Sunrise,Over sand,Over sea.Sunshine,On my face,On my feet.Sunflower,Growing tall.Eat your seeds.Sunny day,At the beach.

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My Old Homey

I went to university in Australia and I lived at Bondi Beach. It is the most fabulous place that I ever had the chance of living. While I was there I surfed, played in the sand, and every once in a while, attended classes at my uni in Sydney. Something that really and truly made it so wonderful is the people that i was there with and the people whom I met along my travels. One morning at about 7am I was dragging my feet through the crystal clear water feeling the sun shine on my face, wrote my favorite poem. It goes a little something like this… As the waves crashed on the shore, the wind washed them away. And as I walked along the sand, I felt I could not stray. For I was walking towards the sun, and it was a brand new day.– Casie Stewart, 2004

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Casie Stewart: Canadian Author

As the waves crashed on the shore,The wind washed them away.And as I walked along the sand,I felt I could not stray.For I was walking towards the sun,And it was a brand new day. Bondi Beach, AUS, 2004 © .

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Earth Day + The Ford Eco Tour 2015

I arrived in Detroit nice and early for a quick media trip about how Ford is making their business green. I’ve been on a few media trips with Ford Canada to Dearborn, Michigan and absolutely love working with them. They always cover every single little detail so I was kinda excited to see what we’d be getting up to. The Marriott I stayed at was quite lovely and I was really into the rugs/floors. Look at this place! Regal!    This happens all the time. Remember how excited I was that for ONE TIME Starbucks got it right the other day? THE STRUGGLE IS REAL GUYS.  My driver was really nice though. Kicking myself for not trying to see if this bad boy worked. Do you think it did? It would have a made a good Snapchat regardless. Got a warm welcome and my itinerary before heading to my room for a refresh. I was…

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