The Year in Review

This year…

January… I didn’t do much other than school. But I did spend some time wandering around Chinatown with my camera.

February… I caved and went over to check out all the fuss around the Olympics. I ended up wandering around with my friend Clare and bumped into a bunch of other people I knew. It was cold, grey, and wet, but now I can say I’ve been to the Olympics.

March… I, and some others, did a series of interactive, contemporary reworking of the Stations of the Cross as an installation in the south lawn of the Cathedral. It was really well received and quite impacting for those of us who created it as well.

April… My cousin got married! I went to Montreal for the wedding.

May… The conference I spent far too many hours working on finally happened on my birthday. I got to have a birthday lunch with Brian McLaren!

June… I went to Portland for an Episcopal Church mission conference. I road-tripped down and had a lot of fun!

July… spur-of-the-moment trip to France! On my friend’s boat! Viva la France!

August… I finally got to Symphony Splash on the long weekend. The Victoria Symphony plays a concert from a barge in the middle of the Inner Harbour. We sat on the lawn of the Legislature for the show. It culminates with the 1812 Overture, complete with fireworks shot off from one of the Navy boats.

September… I didn’t take many pictures. I didn’t do much other than school. I did pick a lot of blackberries though.

October… Also took very few photos… but I did dress up like a geisha for Halloween.

November… Jen and I went to San Francisco!

December… It snowed in Victoria again! And I went to Edmonton for Christmas.

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