Feeling Somber

Blueberry Island

The Victoria Day long weekend was freezing cold. We got rain, snow, and hail. I made a video of when it was snowing on Sunday morning.

Troy and I didn’t make it to Quebec this year because we missed a turn and ended up in Marten River, Temagami area instead. It was the northernmost both Troy and I have ever been in Ontario. We did get to enjoy poutine in a small town (village?) called Field, where everyone speaks French. The poutine was just as authentic as it can get in Ontario. It was a fun trip despite the crappy weather.

Sunday night we learned that the husband of one of Troy’s cousins had passed away. We’re going to his funeral tomorrow. This morning I got the news from one of my brothers that one of my aunts in Indonesia passed away yesterday. She was my mum’s second oldest sister. I like to think that she and my mum are together now. I hope they’re having a good time catching up.

3 Comments

  1. kazuma kawakami
    May 27, 2006

    hello.how do you do.
    my name is Kazuma.from OSAKA JAPAN.
    I have learned English for 6 year.
    today,I watched Yahoo-UK.then I finded your webrog.
    I am grad to see your photos.
    Thnak you!

    Reply
  2. Nita Lavigueur
    June 4, 2006

    Hi Firda…how are you?
    I’m sorry for your lost…

    Reply
  3. Jason
    July 13, 2006

    it’s the people who are left behind that feel the sorrow

    Reply

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