Springtime in Vancouver, one of my favourite pictures
Had a slight mental breakdown in downtown Vancouver today, a word of advice; never listen to Damien Rice when you’re already in an emotionally vulnerable state, it will destroy any remnants of strength you have left.
On the plus side a man with a striking resemblance to Benedict Cumberbatch stopped, asked if I was alright or if I needed anything, and gave me a tissue, who says chivalry is dead?!
I’m slowly realising how expensive my American adventure is going to be this Summer, and how stressful organising such an extensive holiday is. I always thought I was an organised person, but trying to pack my life into a suitcase, make sure I have the right travel documents, insurance, visas and say goodbye to the city I’ve come to call home all in two days is so much more stressful than I naively assumed it would be.
My mother deserves a large amount of credit for organising all of my family vacations growing up, I’m finding this a mammoth task and I’ve only got to think about myself.
I’mLeaving for Montrèal on Tuesday, can’t believe this semester is over already, but I know I’ll be back to this beautiful city and I can’t wait to see meet up with my friends in Copenhagen and Stockholm when I get back.
Third annual Undie Run a half-naked campus marathon (by TheUbyssey)
This is why I love my uni!
Not only did the sexy mac genius man give me a new battery for my macbookpro he also cleaned my laptop so Uma looks new and pretty and shiny.
Another reason I love apple.
Real estate mogul Bob Rennie commissioned artist Martin Creed to install his artwork as part of a restoration project. The Wing Sang building is the oldest building in Chinatown. The phrase “Everything is going to be alright” is a reference to the upcoming 2010 Olympic games and a hopeful message to the Downtown Eastside in general.