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Highs and Lows of September

September went really, really fast. Did it for anyone else? I feel like I didn’t do much, that was until I realized lots of small things happened this month!

We started the month of right with a date night to the Toronto Blue Jays game! Unfortunately, they lost!

I then sped off to the cottage for the Labor Day weekend with my family! It was a great time, even if The Mister couldn’t join us!
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September 12th I helped Summersong Farm at the Wychwood Farmers Market and the Toronto Flower Market.
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September 13th then was MORE flowers when I helped Summersong Farm with their flower arranging class!

September 15th marked our first nature walk around Toronto. We’ve temporarily stopped them due to my sickness but hoping to get back on the trail soon!

September 18th, I FINALLY got to visit my sweet niece. It felt like I hadn’t seen her forever, even if it had been a couple months. She’s growing like a weed and as adorable as ever!

September 27th, Amanda and I had another book-filled day when went to the Word on the Street Festival AND the Harper Collins Fall Book Preview!
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So tell me, how was your September? What were your highs and lows?

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2 thoughts on “Highs and Lows of September

    1. I’m glad I wasn’t the only one. I’m excited for cooler weather though! I think one of the highlights of September was the book preview. I love having my book-people to get me into these cool things.

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