Travel Blogs from Cape Vincent
... to consider. The feeling of wanting to make decision but worried that I might offend or upset someone else...
My tailbone really hurts when I tried to do core exercises.
This really sucks. Why couldn't I walk the stairs properly. Damn it.
... I want people to feel comfortable eating with me. I want them to eat more and normally. But it's kind of hard. You know what, maybe my sister's anorexia is caused by me, and now she's getting better because I'm away.
In my mind, sometime when I'm annoyed I've bad thoughts. This just sucks.
My tailbone still hurts. I hope there won't be yoga positions that will have me pressurising that area.
... when he overdid it he will get dizzy spells, I was very worried.
When we are back we will do light gym and plenty of hill climbing and recreation sports okay!
Time will fly (trying to be a time optimist). Look it is already 3 months left! I really can't wait for the day I can hug you tight again.
... Singaporean clique. Felt excluded.
But I don't really want to be included. It seems tiring.
I think I am getting lazy in socialising... Haven't been talking to new people recently.
I am just so tired. Should I start to pick myself up and go out make new friends?
I have pretty new clothes now!!! Kim's daughter old clothes are a little too big for me though. But I really appreciate that. Feel so lucky!
We left Kingston at 8:30 AM in order to make the 9:00 AM opening of the LaSalle Causeway Bridge, the southern gateway to the Rideau Canal. It was a clear and cold night and morning but the cloudless sky, sunshine, and no wind made for one of the nicest days we have had. The canal was mirror calm and the colors of the trees are just beginning to change.
The first part of the canal was like going through a channel in ...