Upon first meeting me you might think of me as a slightly shy but mostly friendly and talkative person. What you would never guess is that while you’re talking to me my heart is racing and my legs are bouncing to keep my hands from shaking. Once our conversation ends I will then retreat silently … Continue reading Meet my Mind
HELLO THERE! Long time no see... So what's been happneing? Well, I just wrapped up my Bachelors degree this year and graduated last Monday which was very exciting and very hectic. Now I'm on summer break until September when I got back for my masters. AhahawhathaveIdone! Towards the end of 2016 I pretty spontaneously decided … Continue reading Quick Late Night Post!
I don’t know if this is a saying in English but in French a literal way you could translate the word “language” could be “tongue”. One cool thing about me is that I understand 2 languages, French and English, and I used to proud myself in saying that I was bilingual. Nowadays, though, I feel … Continue reading Losing my Second Tongue?
Everyone has bad days but for me when it comes to waking up on the wrong side of the bed I tend to handle it really poorly, and I mean really poorly. I’m mad at everything and everyone and it’s always best just to avoid me to. But there’s one person who doesn’t hide from … Continue reading Just let it Happen
I think I’m a person of seasons, meaning that depending on whether it’s warm or cold outside my mood and personality shift. Winter is the quiet but restless feeling of staying indoors, spring is the excitement for everything to live once more, summer is the calm and the free, and fall is the return to … Continue reading The Summer List
Two weeks ago I was hit with a strange case of homesickness and decided to take a trip home for a few days last week. One thing to know about me is that I moved away four years ago and have since become relatively comfortable in my new city so homesickness has become almost non-existent. … Continue reading A Return to Familiars
Fall has to be my favorite season by far, with spring following close on its heels. I just love the change of color that surrounds my city and the crisp air that smells of fallen leaves. I love bundling up and finally being able to start breaking out the cozy sweaters and scarves. I love … Continue reading The Fall List
Just as I do every summer I come out to eastern Canada to visit my grandmother (my Dad’s mother for those who care to know the specifics) and just like every summer, without fail, she keeps a garden. Normally when I make it up here nothing is ready to be picked yet, but this time … Continue reading The Backyard Market