This was the summer of libraries and mountains, of books and trees. Beginning in May, I spent grueling hours at the library studying for the MCAT exam (Still waiting upon my scores and I am getting extremely antsy about it.). Everyday began bright and early. I would hitch a ride to the local university with my momContinue reading “The Summer Grind”
It was a warm July evening, a perfect day for a picnic. The Vancouver rain had cleared just in time for our girls night out. We hopped in the car and headed out to Iona beach. With the sun shining away the clouds and airplanes roaring by above us, we found a picnic table andContinue reading “Picnics and tarts”
It’s almost the end of my summer. I boarded a flight yesterday to fly across the country and to move back to school. From blueberry picking, to long hikes, to eating my mom’s cooking, it has been an amazing two months of seeing my family and friends back in BC.