The last two weeks looked like this, and we aren’t finished yet, so behold a very short post 🙂
Back home in BC, Seline has been loving the bacon, eggs, and toast breakfast combo. I can’t wait to replicate this when I get home, too!
The school’s free fitness schedule is up, and I can’t wait to start attending classes once my exams are over.
Cherries are in season! This made a lovely snack. Yogurt is on the bottom, and there are also coconut chips and granola in the mix.
Yesterday was the last day of Biomechanics and Sociology, so we took a group photo with our professor (missing some, though). 😦
I had a really good almond croissant from the Tempered Room frozen for a few months since Toronto, and I finally heated it up in the microwave for a great breakfast.
So glad that my Biomechanics course is over. I took two in the last year, and needless to say, I am so done with rigid link modelling.
Yesterday, I enjoyed a sandwich and soup at Princess Cafe. The sandwich consisted of salty proscuitto, salty pesto-mayo, roasted sweet corn, harvarti cheese, and spinach. Garlicky beet soup was consumed.
My friends and I in the sun before an exam last week. We play frisbee to get our energy levels up!
I’m not sure if I mentioned this in a previous post, but I will be moving to Scarborough in September for my next co-op job at Centennial College, where I’ll be tutoring. My new home is a 17-minute walk from the skating rink!
Sweet potato peanut stew with spinach and crushed peanuts on top.
My last English essay was also written! Celebrate!
This year, I am an Atlantic hurricane!
I’m going to miss my messy, messy room in Waterloo that I lived in for two years.
Off to study now! Today I am looking at my physiology notes.