I am sat here with a cup of tea while Scott is listening to music. I usually hate having music on while I write, but it’s actually okay right now. We just got back from a walk and wander around the make up section of London Drugs. It’s a bit chilly and slightly raining right now but I love this kind of weather. It’s strange though how the last 3 weeks has been going between the weather being hot and dry one day, to snow the next.
Now that I’m all showered and have no more rain hair, I thought it would be nice to share photos with you all that I took the other day while on a walk.
I woke up Friday morning to clear blue skies and sun after a few days of rain/snow. I decided to take advantage of the weather, grabbed my phone (for the camera) and headed outside.
The thing with being sick more often than not is that some days when the weather is beautiful, you are stuck in bed. I try my best to get outside each and everyday but it doesn’t always work.
I was very lucky with Friday though!
I went outside and just let my feet take me wherever they wanted. I was definitely that person constantly stopping to take photos, or see if I could get a good angle 🙂
As I was walking I could see that even though it was sunny dark clouds were beginning to push through.
My favorite photo that I took that day is this one.
I love how the trees are shadowed by the sun, but you can tell that the rain will soon arrive.
Here are some others I took while out.
I’m always the fist to admit that I dislike living in Vancouver. I think the city is wonderful to visit for a week or two, but living here can be very difficult.
But then I have days like Friday where I wasn’t constantly being hounded by others, the loud noises weren’t bothering me, and I finished my walk by meeting up with my elderly neighbor and we finished the walk together while chatting.
I got home at the perfect time. The sun quickly disappeared and the rain came down in buckets. My favorite!
Even though the walk was in the city and not too long due to the rain I felt so refreshed.
There is something so therapeutic about being outside and breathing in the fresh air that medicine and therapy can never bring to a person. I do wish I didn’t live in the city center, but hey, I’ll take what I can get 🙂