This is 29.
This is a daughter. This is a sister. This is a friend. This is a lover. This is His creation. This is a business owner. This is a dreamer. This is a fighter. This is a girl who can’t live without her doggo. This is a soul that deals with anxiety and depression every single day. This is a university graduate. This is a go-getter. This is a former dancer and rugby player. This is a wanderlust. This is and always will be a Canadian. This is a proud and strong woman of colour. This is a heart that has felt heartbreak. This is a heart that continues to love everyone. This is a community builder. This is a goal digger. This is independent. This is lonely. This is a body that has not been loved most of the times. This is a work in progress. This is finding happiness. This is a curious mind. This is an avid learner and reader. This is an advocate. This is bliss.
This is 29.
Late birthday post. This is my last year in my twenties and while I’m not in any way scared of getting older, I am scared of wasting my time here. While I learn lessons daily, both big and small, I have learned that we are a result of our choices and that we choose how to feel and what we do as an individual every moment of every day.This world is full of really good people and endless opportunities, who are you choosing to surround yourself with and what are you choosing to do today to move yourself one step closer to what you want out of your time here? ✨
📷: @nancydeol 🌻
One of the prettiest yet chilliest glacier fed lakes I’ve ever been to! It was a treat seeing little icebergs in the water.
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Make your life loud and clear.
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Dieppe Mountain towers over the northern Rocky Mountains on a recent flight with @northernrockieslodge. At 2,863 meters, Dieppe is one of the highest peaks in the Muskwa-Kechika, and is part of the Battle of Britain Range - a series of peaks with names to commemorate leaders, and places of importance to Canada during World War II.
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Milky Way over Singing Pass, September 2017. Coincidentally, I took this photo on a camping trip to Russet Lake exactly one year before I’ll be running through the same area during this weekend’s #coastmountaintrailseries#whistleralpinemeadows.
As beautiful as the night sky is out there, what I really hope is to NOT see it this weekend, because if I do, it means I’ll still be running during the second night of the race. If everything goes according to plan, I’ll be crossing the finish line in Alpine Meadows sometime around sunset on Saturday. However, if things get gnarly, I do think I’m psychologically prepared to be out there all night, hiking through the morning and making the cutoff at 8am on Sunday. Because it’s my first time at this distance, anything except a Did Not Finish will be a personal best.
Who am I kidding? It’s going to be pouring rain all weekend and nobody’s going to see the Milky Way, no matter how long they’re out there.
I’m planning out some hikes for later this month and although I’m a little sad I won’t be able to wear shorts, I am STOKED for the amount of hiking I’m going to be doing and maybe seeing some snow! Anyone else get ridiculously excited when planning hikes??