June had some highs and lows but now we’re well into July so here’s life lately:
Birthday dinner at Eliot and Vine with Mike:
David performed at the school variety show with his friends. They did some beatboxing:
International Running Day was on my birthday!
Henry got a haircut and a festive bandana:
Picking colours for my new office space:
Morning views from Point Pleasant Park:
Volunteering on course at the Youth Running Series. Fact: Boys, ages 6-9 are the least likely to stay on course:
Dinner at the Shore Club with Kristin Josh and Noah before the left for Ottawa:
Views on the drive home:
Spotted at Frenchy’s:
I’m not an Instagram stories person, but I’ve starred in some…
Who else has a boss that texts photos like these? A perk to working on a photo shoot:
Elissa and I went for a run around Dartmouth:
Nancy and Carl sent me a coffee package from Arizona:
Attended a Sunday afternoon macramé workshop with Amanda and my mom:
I tamed a wild rose:
Roaming around the Public Gardens:
Congratulations Josh, let’s celebrate your success!
A rainy night at soccer practice:
Which ended with a rainbow:
Our annual evening at the Public Gardens watching the prom:
Followed by our first visit to the Stillwell Beergarden:
Andrea was in town, we tried to recall the time we went camping 15ish years ago… there are a lot of missing details:
Henry on the green:
Teacher gifting. I hope she’s into bullet journaling:
Celebrating the end of grade two on the waterfront:
You know you’re marathon training when you have this many steps by 9:00 am on a Friday:
Happy 150 Canada!
There were a lot of firetrucks and family in this year’s parade. My cousin Anne is a volunteer firefighter in Pugwash. Her son Reece and my cousin Emma represented my aunt’s recycling depot float. David and my dad were with the Friends of the Pugwash Estuary.
Not so cheap thrills (aka fairs):
Zero Gravity = barf
Spectating at the Highland Games:
Selfie with a lobster trap… it was on my list:
Derby racing is a big thing in Pugwash:
A very wet run on along the country roads and trails near my parents. The big puddle is the trail:
Long run done. Time to have fun:
Golfing was on my summer bucket list…it took us +4 hours to do nine holes, which I hear is a long time. Oh well, it was a beautiful course and we had fun:
That’s a wrap. I’ll be back again.
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