This is just a quick post to let you all know that today is Canada Day, and since I am now living in the nation’s capital, it’s only fitting that I join in on the festivities and dedicate today’s post to our national holiday.
Today I’m sharing the most fitting image that I have. In the background is our flag standing proud atop the Peace Tower at Parliament Hill, and in the foreground is a statue of our most celebrated and fittingly most famous Canadian, Terry Fox. If you don’t know Terry’s incredible legacy, please take a moment now and Google him. At 22, he died of cancer, but not before he touched every single Canadian through his marathon of hope where he attempted to run across Canada to raise money and awareness for cancer.
Happy Canada Day everyone! Celebrate by throwing on your toque (your winter hat) and cracking a cold beer. See ya tomorrow, eh!?!