June is alway a whirlwind. Work is always surprisingly busy, not the "winding down" that some might think it is. We don't see Neil much...his days are long and full with grad and other year end events. Fortunately, with the boys busy work schedules, we were able to carve out a couple of hours to celebrate Fathers' Day!
Adam continued to work at London Drugs this month and has spend some time with his old group of high school friends now that they are all back in town for the summer. He has been building his own computer and has also decided to change faculties at UBC this fall, accepting a transfer into a Bachelor of Commerce program at Sauder.
Colin had a MRI at the beginning of June and luckily he does not have to have surgery for his shoulder injury, just back for more physio. He is still battling concussion symptoms and is missing being involved in his sports. Colin wrapped up his grade 11 year strong - a major service award at his high school's awards night and honour roll. He studied hard for his finals and has enjoyed the end of June with friends before he starts summer school next week.
I travelled for work a lot this month- to Victoria, Portland and Washington, DC/Virginia. All great experiences.
And the garden is so green and lush right now. A lovely retreat.
And on to summer...a stay at home summer for us with summer school, work and writing. But what a wonderful place we live in to have a stay at home summer!