My family and I flew down to Colorado for the last week of August. We were visiting my aunt, uncle, and cousins who live there and are surrounded by so much nature. We hiked up mountains, drove through canyons, took too many photos of the endless, gorgeous and ever changing skies, and did some delicious cooking over a campfire! I can for sure say we all had an amazing time and our expectations of Colorado were blown away.
Happy Labor Day and September 1st! I hope you are all getting to enjoy your long weekend. I flew back home from a family vacation in Colorado on Saturday. Sunday was packed with church, visiting my grandparents (if you think of it please pray for peace and comfort for my grandpa as he is very sick), and ended with a birthday dinner for my brother-in-law. Today I have been packing and preparing to move out tomorrow for school! More on both my Colorado trip and college to come, but to say the least it has been busy and I am filled with so many mixed emotions! Nerves, excitement, sadness, hope and more are abounding. So thankful for my God who is a solid rock no matter where my journey may take me.
I can't express how fast my summer seemed to fly by! It was definitely a favourite - filled with so many happy memories. Today I am sharing some of my top favorite things from this lovely, sunny, summery August!
- These Earrings!: Amos Pewter Co. is a Nova Scotian Company with beautiful pewter jewelry and more. I bought myself these cherry blossom ones that I couldn’t resist as apple blossoms are my favourite spring bloom!
- Paper Co. Note cards: Anna Bond's painted florals are great. I’m loving this inspirational quote, “The Best is Yet to Come”, one I have on my desk.
- Birdy: I have had Birdy, specifically Not About Angels, Shelter, and Best Shot on repeat this summer - her voice is lovely!
- Handmade Pottery: I took a pottery class this spring and gained an appreciation for the art, especially pottery thrown on the wheel...It is not easy! I bought this pretty cup at a little pottery studio down the road from where I stayed in Nova Scotia.
At the end of July my sister, friend, my friend’s mom, and I road tripped to Nova Scotia. The trip was so much fun and I always learn so much when traveling. Going there we went through Quebec, Quebec is mostly French, so it was an experiance reading the road signs, listening to the radio, and visiting gas stations. I have it on my travel bucket list now to cycle along the Saint Lawrence river, driving beside it was lovely, but biking it would be amazing! New Brunswick has so many little wooded mountains ranges that I was not excepting. The east coast of Canada is seriously beautiful, every sight is so picturesque. On this trip I was awed at Canada’s beauty and I gained a desire to explore more of the great country I live in…Now for the west coast!