I wish everyone a relaxing long weekend. Goodness know that we need it. As I sat down to write this post, I knew that I’d written many times in the past and I seem to have come away with some extra learning in the process.
From previous posts…
- 2021 – Thanks to Vicky Loras,
I know that it’s Holy Spirit Day in SwitzerlandAs noted below, this is not a carved in stone day – updated May 31, 2022
- 2020 – How high water can dampen holiday plans
- 2019 – A cyborg writer describes my Victoria Day activities better than me
- 2017 – The great Canadian Flag is raised in Windsor
- 2016 – Canada is the only country that celebrates Victoria Day
- 2014 – How to see if your Professional Development is up to date
- 2011 – How to share your blog in book format
- 2010 – You could create your own parade – sadly the site is gone
- 2010 – Digital Photography Contest is open for viewing
After doing a quick look back, I guess I didn’t mention Victoria Day every year. Still, it was kind of neat to see what I was writing about on those days.
For 2022, it’s another dark and dreary looking morning. It got this way yesterday but we certainly did not get the severe weather that the rest of the province did.
This year, it’s Amherstburg Open Air Weekend. After a bit of complaining, the town has adjusted the roads that will be closed downtown and we’re able to walk the streets again. It’s a testament to how I’ve been trained all my life. I have this urge to walk on the sidewalk and have to force myself to do the streets. In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, there are things to do downtown including a Queen’s Scavenger Hunt. And, you can play croquet and there’s a Fascinator contest. Do I tell someone that they spelled “fascinator” incorrectly? Could I do something special with my Tiger’s hat?
What are you planning to learn this Victoria Day? Learning to relax is a good answer too.
Please share your thoughts here. I’d enjoy reading them.