The conference I was attending ended on Saturday with a big bash, so I made sure to dress like a "professional adult" and wore a blazer and carried a brief case. Fake it til you make it.
After a late night of schmoozing on Saturday, I slept in on Sunday, then headed to brunch with my friend Jilly. I started the day off with a much needed soy cappuccino.
After catching up with my friend and wandering around Queen St West, we parted ways and I headed to my friend Adele's comedy show at Second City. I love improv, and I had such a blast laughing my head off.
After the show, I was exhausted, and when I'm exhausted, I get HANGRY. So the natural solution was veggie burger and fries. Quick and dirty, just how I like it.
After wandering around downtown aimlessly, I wanted to head to another favourite vegan restaurant, "Hogtown Vegan," but plans just didn't work out in my favour. So instead I headed to my uncle's and ate cake. Jeez, I am seriously obsessed with any and all foods, aren't I?!
Sunday night was filled with me packing my suitcase to fly home the next day. While packing, I stumbled across this gem of a photograph of my grandpa. Wasn't he such a dapper gentleman?
Monday morning, I flew home to this beauty.
We beelined for Calactus in Moncton, and shared stories and giggles from the past two weeks over beer and burritos.
The stars aligned and we both had Tuesday off, which we celebrated with pancakes. The best welcome home I could have ever asked for.
The conference was amazing, and I met so many wonderful and incredible people. But I must admit, I am extremely happy to be home. With my work taking me to different cities over the past few months, I've gotten a tad home sick. So I am very appreciative of all the pancakes and cuddles that are sure to happen over the next few weeks.
Also, IT'S BIRTHDAY WEEK! Bring on the chocolate.