The Last Supper

...Final Moments in the Tdot

Well to be totally honest – it was brunch and not supper but details…meh!  It was my last day in TO and I was running on next to no sleep.  And to stay on the honestly track – wasn’t exactly looking forward to a long haul flight, moving, and all the other drama that was awaiting me in Auckland.  But there I was at Sneaky Dees for my last meal in Toronto before heading to the airport. 

It was supposed to be short and sweet.  A quick bite and a little last-minute gabbing before I headed to the airport.  Tick tock…tick tock.  The minutes turned into hours and before I knew it I had to leave.  Maybe it wasn’t the smartest idea to waste another half hour taking last day photos but looking at these photos now – well worth it.  The little detail that I’m leaving out is that my luggage wasn’t in the car – it was at my friend’s house and I hadn’t exactly finished packing either.  Saying goodbye this time around was even harder than the last and so I was leaving Sneaky Dees a lot later than we had expected and to make matters worse – the traffic we got stuck in wasn’t accounted for either.  Showing up at the airport 3 hours before an international flight is only a guideline that meant to be broken, right?  

What will remain with me is if I secretly wanted to miss that flight to have just one more day in Canada (the other detail I’m leaving out is how I stepped out of the security area to go see my mom when there was only half hour before my connector to Auckland starting boarding) but what I’m willing to say is that I had an absolutely amazing time.  I can’t believe how the days have just flown by and now its back to only me again.

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  1. Katie

    We love you and miss you!!!! Also…props to the stranger who framed the pic to put in the Dees sign ahaha!

    I think you should ask the government of NZ to get everyone to start paddling, so eventually, you’ll be closer to Canada!

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