Hello friends. For those of you who remember me after this long hiatus and many lack luster attempts at posting which only resulted in failure, I am back, and I’m going to start by stating the obvious.
WHERE DID THE SUMMER GO?!
I feel like I went to sleep one night and woke up the next day in November, or Movember for all the moustache sporting good-cause-supporting afficionados.
I know it’s been a long time, but I am feeling very inspired lately, which in turn brings a renewed sense of excitement to share every little detail of my life with you (almost). Perhaps it’s the change of weather which in turn can spark change in our own lives, or maybe it’s the excitement of almost being Friday, who knows, either way, inspired is good. But I wanted to share a couple of key things that happened this summer, since I apparently took an unexpected vacation from my blog while working on far too many things at once. oh, so that’s where the summer went.. to work!? Oh yeah.
So here’s what happened when I wasn’t working, and NO THIS IS NOT MY BABY! Keep scrolling…
In June I made time to go back to Ontario for a long overdue visit with family and also to meet my adorable niece Lilith (above). I will post more pics soon, a little late yes but my sister’s been bugging me for them since I left, and I’ve been doing what I’m good at. Procrastinating. Sorry sis.
We managed to get in lots of hiking this summer which is something we didn’t do far enough of last year. Two of my favourites, and I mean drop-dead-I-would-go-live-in-the-woods-for-this-despite-the-grizzly-bears gorgeous, were the Kokanee Glacier in Nelson, BC where you have to wrap chicken wire around your car at the base for fear of porcupines, yes, porcupines, gnawing the rubber off your tires and leaving you totally you-know-what, and the Spineback trail at Island Lake Lodge in Fernie where we got ENGAGED! You can read more of that story HERE, I’m still on cloud nine when I think about it.
Okay so when I said I had lots to share thats mostly it. Mark’s mum came to visit and we went on many adventures, one being the trip to Nelson followed by Montana then home, and other than that there were lots of new projects which I will be sharing with you in the near future. Okay so not as exciting as I bigged it up to be, but awesome none the less. Stay tuned for more posts soon, for reals this time!