It's holiday Monday! It's Family Day in my Canadian province of Saskatchewan*, and I believe it's President's Day in the United States.
It's freakishly warm here. I'm tempted to say something snarky like it's impossible to get freakishly cold, but that would be promoting a Canadian weather stereotype. Next thing I know, I'll be living in an igloo.
*A province named after the Saskatchewan River which was known as kisiskaciwani-sTyiy (swift flowing river) in the Cree language. Not because it's "home to a lot of sasquatches" as one NBA announcer suggested.
Not only a tea freak, I might be a bit of a bigfoot enthusiast. Okay, more like I watch the reality show Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet because I have a secondary character in mind who just might spend his/her spare time searching for the elusive creatures. But tea freak is quite accurate.
Although the next time we're out camping and I hear tree knocks in the middle of the night I am going to freak way the heck out. This happens a lot. Me freaking out in the wilderness. And by wilderness I mean regulated provincial or regional parks smack dab in the middle of civilization.
Have I ever told you about the time I was reading a book about a campground serial killer while we were camping.
Me: Oh my God, this book is about a campground serial killer.
Jack: Put it down. Right now.
Jack: I'm not kidding. Put it away.
Also, I've never been to prison, but I'm pretty sure they have better shower facilities then this particular campground.
Why do I camp again? I'm not sure. I'm not exactly the roughing it type. So, it's kind of bonkers.
And why am I thinking about camping in the middle of February? Oh right, because it's Family Day.
Wherever you are, whether you're enjoying it with family nor not, have a wonderful holiday Monday!