Ending the Summer with Gratitude

It has been an amazing summer of adventure, travel, and growth. Looking back on the last few months, I have so many things to be grateful for. I am filled with such a sense of wholeness as I begin to prepare for the upcoming fall.

Here are some of the many things from the summer I am thankful for:

  1. Spent quality time with my loving friends and family.
  2. Got in touch with my inner child at the dinosaur museum in Drumheller, Alberta.
  3. Experienced La Ronde Revolving Restaurant in downtown Edmonton.
  4. Discovered a new author that I love – Liane Moriarty – and have been binge reading her novels.
  5. Made huge progress in my online Anatomy class. I only have the final exam left to write on September 1!
  6. Visited Victoria, British Columbia for the first time. I loved the artsy island vibe, with the gorgeous flowers and scenic downtown.
  7. Cultivated new friendships and relationships with many people.
  8. Got a tour of the firehall from my Mom’s awesome boyfriend 
  9. Took Georgie on walks and explored my cute botanical city.
  10. Worked on myself to minimize my anxiety and stress. (I have been panic attack free since June!)
  11. Began writing this blog. It has been an incredible creative and expressive outlet for me.

There is much more in my life to show gratitude for. These are a select few of the things that have meant the most to me over the last few months. Now that it is almost time for back to school, I feel refreshed, invigorated, and ready to take on what is coming next. Cheers to a great summer!

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