About a month ago, the fam and I decided to go to the camp at Keith’s fathers place just to pay a visit and check out the water. It’s such a beautiful spot out near New Ross, Nova Scotia… kind of in the middle of nowhere… but that’s the best part about it! Knew it was going to rain a bit throughout the day so I decided to wear comfortable pants (not JEANS that stick to my legs when rained on… yuck!), and a crop tee 🙂
Shirt: Garage – Pants: Garage – Shoes: American Eagle – Sunglasses: Asos – Bag: Etsy
Although it was cloudy, and rained a bit later on, it was a lovely day to spend with family.
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On Sunday, my parents came up for their house hunting trip, and for supper we went to a small eatery (that is apparently very popular but I’ve never ever heard of it), called “John’s Lunch” in Dartmouth. Their specialty is everything seafood, from deep fried clams, haddock, shrimp, scallops etc. Being spontaneous, me and my mom thought it fit to get the seafood platter, and everything was SO good. I can honestly say I never thought that I would ever eat clams, but I did and surprisingly enough they were my favorite thing on the platter. If you live in Nova Scotia I strongly suggest you hit this place up… I hear they also have a great club sandwich!
Keith’s clams and chips – Mom and I’s seafood platter
…. this is what happens when you throw food out the window (I hate birds)
Shirt: Marshalls – Shorts: Garage – Shoes: Spring – Sunglasses: Asos – Bag: Etsy – Necklace: Ardene
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Every holiday, each family has their own traditions, on Easter Sunday when I was growing up we would always go to church, do an Easter egg hunt and eat turkey dinner. I haven’t been home for Easter in years because of school, and let me tell ya, it still feels weird not being home. The last time I was at my mom’s for Easter, we went on an ‘Easter walk’ and walked along some trails in Edmonton. Since then I’ve been in school and I’ve missed my mom’s glorious Easter turkey dinner… which makes me and my stomach very sad. This year (today) I am at my dad’s in Nova Scotia celebrating Easter, and since cooking a turkey is too much for two people, we decided to order a chicken dinner from Swiss Chalet (which was actually very delightful), we bought strawberry rhubarb pie from a local seller who I call ‘The Pie Lady’ (Now if you know me, you know that I love all pie… even if it’s bad it’s still probably good) and we’ve been watching tv… back and forth from movies to hockey. It feels kind of like a normal day to me though… not the same without the house smelling like turkey! Anyways I hope you all had a great Easter spending time with your family and friends.
Here are some of the pictures taken from today, it’s not a lot but it’s all I got… Enjoy!
This is my… ‘staying at home’ unfortunate yet Easter color coordinated outfit. Also since I wasn’t planning on going anywhere, I kept a fresh face. (Pale blue off the shoulder shirt was my best friend Robyn’s, she got it from Aritzia a couple of years ago, coral-colored sweat shorts are from Ardene which was purchased last year).
I even have blue socks on.. in public this would probably be a fashion disaster but I’m at home so it’s allowed. (I have no idea where these socks are from but they are fun and I quite enjoy them)
Nails are in the Easter spirit. (This picture doesn’t really do the nail polish justice, they are much more bright and coral-ly in real life!)
In case anyone is interested in the name of the nail polish