Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Well it's December now, the snow is falling, the stores are crazy, and I am loving it....

I love the cheer, and the drama of it all, the spirit thats in the air, the family moments, and everything!

...then there's last night. So my mom won this Upper Canada Village gift pack from Achannel. Earlier yesturday, I had the bright idea that we should go that night. My mom thought about it while I was at school, and while the weather channel was screaming at us about the comming storm she decided sure lets go...

So my mom picked me up from school, told me that we were going to go and pick up my nana, have supper, then headder to Upper Canada Village.

Once we got there everything was good, I had my tri-pod strapped onto my back, my camera bag on my shoulder, and my camera around my neckand we set off into the village...

{me and my nana}

Once we were let in, went on the horse trolly, and walked around a bout two min. later, i feel it, it's the worst thing to ever be felt while your at a place like Upper Canada Village...It was the slush seeping through my non water proof boots. oh but trust me my friend, it got much worse that that...for one it got much cold that my socks almost froze to my feet. My Nana and my Mom went to the church as I took photo's.

So I set off to the other end of the park. I got there, And my darn tripod was being stupid!! I couldn't take it anymore, and there they came, rushing to my eyes, they broke the surface and started running down my cheaks. I was so frustrated, cold, and Just felt horrible, so I started packing everything and headed to where my Nana and Mom were.
I got there as they were comming out and Explained everything. We were all pretty content with what we had done, and decided to head home. I got into the car and I took my boots and socks off I swore my feet were rock solid. It was so painful. With the help of my nana's warm hands, by the time we got home, my feet felt normal again, and my tears were gone.
So it may not have been the best experiance at the time, but I now know what not to do while going to Upper Canada Village!

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