These photos are almost a month old, and I’ve been totally MIA from this blog for even longer! Life has just been crazy lately, with midterms, papers followed by case studies followed by group projects, work, and most exciting: a wedding! One of my close friends got married over the past weekend and the weeks leading up to it has been just consumed by excitement and peppered with little tasks. Packing for our week long trip to Whidbey Island, making decorations for the ceremony, and other little things here and there.
I’ll be sharing a post in the next couple of days with more details about our mini-getaway, but for now: my Canada Day outfit! (This is almost too embarrassing to post, July 1st feels like it was years ago now) Canada Day in Steveston is a Big Deal. For most of us, it’s more exciting than Christmas! There’s the big salmon festival with a parade and a salmon barbecue, and you can always find somebody you know in the sea of red and white, or better yet: make a new friend with a stranger. Having spent most of my life in Steveston, I had no idea that the rest of Vancouver does not share the intense patriotic spirit until I brought several friends down to Steveston this year. If you’ve never experienced a Canada Day in Steveston, you guys are missing out. There are parties galore. There are keggers on almost every street corner and nobody cares if you just wander into their house to start drinking. Well, some people might care, but in my experience thus far, everybody is just happy to see another maple leaf tattoo covered face.
So I guess what I’m trying to say in this post is that next Canada Day, you should find your most patriotic outfit and come meet me in my neighbourhood for a beer or five.