Right now I’m staring at a half-packed suitcase and trying to figure out what to wear to a flood, and it’s quickly becoming apparent I don’t have a lot of disaster-appropriate outfits. Like, I don’t even own a pair of rubber boots! I only have one pair of capris! I’m kind of at a loss.
See, what happened is, I didn’t pick the best possible week to go on a trip to Calgary. It also isn’t the worst week – last week would have definitely been worse. (Also, I feel like I should stop being an asshole for a second and note that I feel really terrible for the people in the city who have been affected by the floods, because oh my god, what a terrible mess, the whole thing is pretty surreal.) But I’m still looking forward to the trip – my mom and my aunt and I are heading to Calgary to visit my sister, who has been living there for the past year. Fortunately, she lives in an area that wasn’t affected by the flood. We’re also going to Banff for a few days, and then I’m heading to Toronto for a few days to visit one of my bffs.
It should be a really good trip. I’m definitely excited about the part where I’m not working for a whole week and a half. It turns out that not working is one of my favourite things to do.
Clearly I haven’t been blogging much lately, and now I’m going to be MIA for the next little while, so again with the not blogging. But if you are for some reason desperate to know what I’m up to during my upcoming adventures, you can follow me on Twitter or Instagram. Or not! I’ll be back soon to post pictures of my outfits, and to update about my AFI movie project.
But for now, my greatest challenge yet – packing. Ugh. Packing.