It's Earth Day today and to celebrate Mother Nature actually cooperated and bestowed the most gorgeous weather on Edmonton. I needed to take a break from spring cleaning and stressing about my second spring intensive for my masters program (upcoming) so I got out for a walk along the North Saskatchewan River and snapped some pics. It was a beautiful day to be alive and out in the sunshine!
The ice is moving off the river and the seagulls were having a heyday!
I can't wait to see the flowers in the Muttart Conservatory this summer.
...and only one more (ish) to go. Wrapping up my final paper for my winter semester class I can't help but think of how crazy this past academic year has been for me. I will be going back into the classroom in three short weeks for another three week intensive. By that point I will have completed six out of 10 required classes.
Bring on the next year ~ it may not be as heavily loaded with classes but I have research to conduct now. A project hopefully to present in August of 2013. All of a sudden I'm starting to feel behind!
Happy Easter friends far and wide, I hope you're spending it with family and friends. (It's been two years since I decided to learn the violin ~ best get practicing again)!