I got to see a friend being ordained, and it was so moving and wonderful. I cried and I laughed and I smiled and I prayed. And accidentally played a crow-trick on her by getting my head shaved while I was killing time before the service. (Sorry not sorry.) There was a huge, full, gratuitously beautiful double rainbow outside, just as the service ended, and Juli was framed against it, wearing a lei, and listen I would buy that postcard. (Instead I bought a postcard of the organ in St. Mark's, which is very handsome! Also a postcard of the cathedral hiding behind CHUBBLIES.) I had never been to an Anglican service and I am a bit in love.
Me, buying postcard: Chubblies!!!
Me: *points at cherry blossoms*
Sisterofjuli: Is that what they call cherry trees in Canada?
Sisterofjuli: How interesting!
Me, ashamed: ...no, it's not what they call cherry trees in Canada.
BUT IT SHOULD BE, OBVS.
Well, cherry blossoms, anyway.
Me: What time-o-clock is it?
Sisterofjuli: Is that how they ask what time it is in Canada?
Sisterofjuli: How inte--
Me and Scruff: NO IT IS NOT
There is an eagle nest in one of the power towers along the highway from the border to the ferry! And it has adorable ginormous probably going to fledge soon eaglets in it right now and I saw one!