Monthly Archives: February 2013
Back tracking a bit to December as I’m inching closer to that finish line for Project 365. My brother and I are huge Tegan and Sara fans and had the chance to see them not only at a last minute-ish concert in Toronto, but also at another concert the day after in Montreal – which included a meet and greet with the girls! Talk about being fortunate!
The trip to Montreal was so incredibly worth it, and holy crap it was so surreal to actually meet them! They were really friendly and hugs went all around. Is it weird to say that Tegan totally smelled nice? Because she totally smelled nice. Not to say that Sara didn’t smell nice. I’m sure she smelled lovely, haha. Both concerts were amazing. I definitely won’t forget this experience.
Finally, the Queen of Swords. Is there anyone out there to match her cunning and wit? Keeping her emotions aside, she is the queen that definitely won’t take any BS. You can throw your smoke and parlour tricks but nothing gets past this queen. She sees through all the lies, the deception and the chaos and cuts through them with her blade.
The osprey was a fairly easy choice for the Queen of Swords with its strong presence, contrasting colours, the powerful beak and majestic wings. I chose cool colours to suit her cold exterior. The clouds are rising, but she will always be above it all to have a clear view of her kingdom.
Did you know that today is Bell Lets Talk Day? Bell Canada will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives across Canada with every text and long distance call made by a Bell customer. Mental health initiatives? Uh, heck yes! I’ve been texting like a fiend already today. What a topic that’s near and dear to my heart.
But no worries – people all around the world are now helping with this day because Bell is also donating for every tweet sent using the hashtag #BellLetsTalk – so lets get those tweets going! They are also donating 5¢ for every share that their facebook post receives.
Much love to all those that struggle like I do with mental health issues. You are not alone.