The mind is a strange, strange place.

parksandrecthings:

THE GREATEST LESLIE LINE

Photo dump of this weekend’s Niagara Falls shenanigans!

Dusted this one off the shelves tonight and gave it another read through.

Nick gave this to me as a graduation present, back when leaving university was a bittersweet affair. He promised me then, despite my fear and apprehension, that great things would come. I tried my best to believe him. 

It didn’t start off great. But it got better. Slowly and gradually, I peddled my way through the setbacks and hiccups, through the hoorays and woos, and on towards a future I’m comfortable venturing into.

The year is far from over, but 2014 has already etched itself into a year of growth for me. I’ve grown both on a personal and professional level. I’ve met such fascinating people, worked on such interesting projects and visited such extraordinary places. 

And tonight, as I look back at past me, a year ago now, asking myself then if I would succeed, I borrow the words of Dr. Seuss to answer the question that lingered the night of my graduation.

Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.)

Dusted this one off the shelves tonight and gave it another read through.

Nick gave this to me as a graduation present, back when leaving university was a bittersweet affair. He promised me then, despite my fear and apprehension, that great things would come. I tried my best to believe him.

It didn’t start off great. But it got better. Slowly and gradually, I peddled my way through the setbacks and hiccups, through the hoorays and woos, and on towards a future I’m comfortable venturing into.

The year is far from over, but 2014 has already etched itself into a year of growth for me. I’ve grown both on a personal and professional level. I’ve met such fascinating people, worked on such interesting projects and visited such extraordinary places.

And tonight, as I look back at past me, a year ago now, asking myself then if I would succeed, I borrow the words of Dr. Seuss to answer the question that lingered the night of my graduation.

Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.)

sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.

Views from Niagara Falls.

Views from Niagara Falls.

ROAD TRIP TIIIIIIIIIIIIIME

ROAD TRIP TIIIIIIIIIIIIIME

Naturally, I keep coming back to my parents’ house just so that I can play The Sims on the PC.

Oh, and to see them too.

Soooooo close to vacation timeee