Two days of self-trip to a beautiful lake and mountains all around places refreshed my non-stop mind. I have something that my parent called as "courage to walk alone throughout challenges" and so goes, my solo trip. I walked this far of my life, seeking thing that calm my soul and the meaning of life.
The beauty that nature awaits for us. Always there but we were too occupied to realized. Understanding what it is called to preserve nature, be active and enjoying outdoor activities while it last.
There were question of why? There is the answer: determination arise from desire. I went to more places than what I planned for my trip. Those spontaneous trips are a rewarding one. I am all tired when I got back and the next moment, I need to complete my work and it continue for few more days of hard work. The hard work that overwhelmed me to a point where I am asked to called it off. It is a part of life.
I am not in the loop of what I am dealing with nor I am experienced with what I dealt with. Experience tells me, my journey is far and I can do better because I need to and want to. That is life. Getting challenges at the time where you are most not prepared for it. Get the shock and somehow need to digest the shock. That is the past week.
Saturday- Time to recharge myself with beautiful hike and scenery. We went rock climbing and hiking. Such an amazing view that one should not missed with reflection at the lake. It is fun as I meet new people that joined the hike. Had so much fun that work items was just out of the mind for a little while. The wind that blows by, the chillness of lake water, the greenery autumn like trees- these are all gifts of nature that I hope to continue to received. It is a blessing.
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed toward an end users. Blogging about food became a must when she encounters interesting ideas about food products. She seeks for ideas and opportunities to work together.