National Middle Child’s Day… a holiday of minimal importance.. much like the middle child
Very rarely does the middle child get to advance position after all birth giving has been completed for a family.
It’s virtually impossible to move up the ranks.
But alas, thanks to a little doctor negligence and a lot of choriocarcinoma, I was able to do just that, ladies and gentlemen.
Becoming the eldest child in the Turpin household has not been without strife, and lying in wait for 29 years didn’t equate a clean transition by any means, but here I am, now, on this National Middle Child’s Day sitting atop the Iron Throne of Birth Order.
Not only am I now the oldest child, I’m older than the previous eldest will ever be! So here’s to me!
National Play In The Sand Day
It was still smoggy and hazy in Vancouver, but warm and sunny so Duncan and I hit the beach – the Kitsilano Dog beach
I directed Duncan to play in the sand, but as well all know he is deaf
Day 222 was my first day back in Vancouver
T’was National Skyscraper Appreciation Day and although Vancouver’s skyline is composed of glass buildings as high and as far as the eye can see, the hazy smoke from the raging wildfires in surrounding areas made them less of an eyesore… er, I mean, visible, yes, less visible
The atmosphere was smoggy and warm. Duncan and I were going to walk over the Burrard bridge to check them out, but breathing was difficult – and this was a ‘good’ day. It had been much worse while I was in Newfoundland
So we just turned back after a few photos
I tried my best to appreciate them!!!
National Melon Day
So close to National Watermelon Day – I must have a word with the National Holiday Committee….
I bought this melon, thinking it was a cantaloupe, then began to have my doubts as I realized I don’t really know anything about melons and thought maybe this was a honeydew or some shit
It was a cantaloupe, although not quite ripe or pleasant.
In my research, I learned that ZUCCHINIS ARE MELONS
What in the actual fuck
The Cucurbit family .. who knew
National Happiness Happens Day
I guess happiness does happen from time to time
Being home in Newfoundland’s terrible weather wasn’t conducive to happiness happening but being with my dogs and husband was joy filled, as you can tell
Nothing more I need than a Duncan nestled on my lap!
Celebrated by enjoying their company