First of all, I wanted to apologize for the amount of wrinkles on my shorts in these pictures. I can already hear you yelling at me for not being a good blogger, and posting these wrinkled-ass shorts pics. Well, in my defense…this is what cotton shorts look like after a three-hour-long drive to Lindsay. Yes, it took us three hours to get to Lindsay, ON last Friday. Three glorious hours of Ace of Base, Best of Backstreet Boys, some old school Puff Daddy, and Nana thrown in for good measure, with a dash of Bryan Adams Unplugged. It was either that, or Indian music, courtesy of my friend Donkey. Thanks, but no, thanks.
The reason for our trip to the mysterious faraway land of Lindsey was to visit our friend Jo. She and her hubby had the crazy idea to relocate there (of all places), and this was our first attempt at being good friends and visiting the fam.
Truthfully, it wasn’t all that bad. Lindsey, I mean. Yeah, it was way too far for my liking, but the fact is…the beach is a quick drive away, Kawartha’s best ice-cream is the most delish thing I’ve had all summer, and there is something very charming about a neverending backyard. So, after some hot dogs (yum), Barefoot Bubbly Moscato Spumante + Pom Juice Cocktails (yummy), some homemade smores (yummier), and the most amazing…no, seriously, the creamiest ice-cream ever…I was ready to move right in.
Instead, I was dragged back to Toronto, kicking and screaming. Until next time.
PS. According to le boyfriend, this is not a Canada Day outfit…this is a Poland Day outfit. And though technically, there’s no such day, I would never be able to convince the stubborn Aries otherwise. So yeah, I looked like the Polish flag on Canada Day. Quick, call the Prime Minister!
I Wore: Shirt, Ring – Forever21; Shorts – Banana Republic; Shoes, Bracelets – H&M; Bag – c/o Ecco; Sunglasses – Ray Ban (c/o Lenscrafters)