Don't Worry, Be Happy

Trip Start Mar 11, 2009
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Trip End May 06, 2009


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Friday, June 12, 2009

Note: It has been pointed out that in my exhaustion near the end of my trip, my inability to appropriately articulate my strong opinions has left me sounding like a judgmental ass. I'm really not. I don't judge people for how they live or the choices they make. I have strong opinions that can most certainly be misunderstood when it's in a text forum. All I was saying was; Don't Worry, Be Happy! Whatever that looks like for you. xox

The Countdown to my arrival in Calgary has started. I leave tomorrow morning with Stefania, a student from Montreal, and her van. I am shocked by the amount of stuff I have (or rather, don't have) - it really isn't a lot - and should fit nicely with her stuff.

I don't have much to say because I don't really want to say it. Leaving Toronto is hard. I don't want to sit here and pull my heart out through my mouth in order to explain just how hard. So I won't.

But that doesn't mean I'm all Doom and Gloom and Meloncholy. I'm excited to get my hands dirty in Calgary and see what it has to offer by way of a life. I'm looking forward to living in the same general vicinity as my family and being able to join in on family things, be in family pictures, have them over for dinner! All very New and Exciting. I am also really looking forward to unpacking my stuff and feeling like I have a home. Yay, non-homelessness!

It's been hinted that some people have an interest in me continuing to blog while I'm in Calgary, they want to keep 'reading' me, so should I decide to start a Life in Calgary blog, leave a note here (or in my email) if you want to be added to the mailing list for it. I don't want to spam anyone who doesn't want to be spammed!

Toronto: I -heart- you. Really. Really. I'll be back to visit, I promise. Keep in touch!

Calgary: I'll be seeing you in forty driving hours in three to four days, can't wait!

Much, much love.
Kristin
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lisa on

multicultural parkdale haha those are the sisters of charity -mother teresa-, i spent time with them as a child its not due to culture its the catholic faith, they are sisters

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