So, as I am sure you have noticed it has been a while since my last post. A lot has happened since then which means I have a lot to talk about. From donairs to jars of ocean water, this post has everything. So, if you like stuff, or are interested in things, sit down, strap in, and come along for the ride that was my Christmas vacation. That is if you’re not yellow.
Okay, where to start? I have already told you about my mom’s house. That means I should start in Halifax. No problem. I will start with Halifax.
Halifax. The land of donairs. Yes, yes it’s true I finally had the opportunity to enjoy my favorite late night snack. Unfortunately, I was on a diet at the time and wasn’t able to partake. Yeah, right. Of course I ate one. It was everything I dreamed it would be and more. It was all I could have wanted in a donair. It tasted like home and happiness, and dreams and rainbows. Here is a picture of me enjoying a donair. Please ignore the holiday beard. I shaved it the day after this picture was taken.
What next? I had a very lovely time with both my friends and family. All of whom deserve personal mention here but I think I am not going to write out everyone’s name. Unfortunately, there are just as many people that I didn’t get a chance to see as I did get to see. To everyone I did not get to see and to the people I didn’t get to see enough I am sorry. There simply was not enough time.
Overall I had a very good visit home. I enjoyed myself a lot. I saw a lot of old friends and made some new ones. I would say it was a great success. As I am just getting back into the swing of things I am not going to write much more today. I am going to put some pictures on here so you can experience some of what I did. Thanks for reading, thanks for pushing me to write, thanks for you criticisms, and thanks for being you. I hope all of you had as wonderful a holiday as I did. Happy new year to you all!
(this is me collection a jar of ocean water and sand to take back to Montreal)
(the spread Evan and I made for New Years)
(Halifax from Dartmouth)
(my dad and I took the dogs for a walk in the woods. I thought this was beautiful)
(white out conditions driving in New Brunswick on the way back to Montreal)
(a not-so-great picture of my step dad’s Christmas village)
Okay, that is where I am going to leave it. You will all hear from me very soon. Until next time.