The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Monday, July 14, 2014

July 14, 2014


There's so much to share from this weekend - from the Michaels trip to shopping with Justin to dreamboarding to knitting - but what I thought I'd share was the kickoff to the PanAm games, which are going to be in Toronto one year from now! We're going to look at the eve nts and see what we might go and see. This city has so much to offer!


After tons of games, it finally came down to 1 in the World Cup: Germany vs Argentina. Hilariously, I feel asleep for part of it but still got to see all the big moments (love the recaps!), and did see all of the extra time. Congratz to Germany for one heck of an amazing goal in extra time. What a fun tournament to follow. Who knew I would enjoy watching so much soccer?


It was a quiet and at times weird weekend but we did get out to the same kayak spot but this time it was  for a haddock dinner where I represented the Food Bloggers of Canada. It was an interesting experience I will write about later.


Suzie Ridler said...

Wow Jamie, another fabulously interesting and awesome weekend in Toronto.

Late add from me!

Shannon said...

It was a jam packed weekend! I can't believe the PanAm games are in 1 years, I feel the need to go into research mode especially since the World Cup is over!

What a gorgeous foodie photo Suzie! I could tell from the light that it was taken outside. I'll be curious to hear more about the event.

Another late add from me.

Suzie Ridler said...

Shannon, your enthusiasm for the games was so much fun to be apart of. I'm glad you enjoyed the games so much.

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

It was a really full weekend! I even managed to see that winning goal of the World Cup, LOL! Shannon, I LOVE that picture! It really captures the energy of the moment.

The plating is beautiful, Suzie. What a great acknowledgement of your work that you were there as a representative of the Food Bloggers of Canada!

Shannon said...

The World Cup was totally a wild ride. And omg Jamie, you came in at just the right time of the game! I had already watched 90+ minutes...and no goals, hehe.