I am Back!

June 28, 2010 at 22:33 2 comments

It’s been a few weeks I know. . . I had every intention of posting pretty much the moment I got home from our vacation at the lake but then life happened. We didn’t end up getting home until very late at night, Oliver got sick, the internet was broken, and I was just too dang lazy.

But whatever, here I am, I am back, hope you liked my post about bears . . . we didn’t see any while we were away, only a billion deer, a moose, two foxes, a dead minnow, and served ourselves up for the dining pleasure of eleventy jillion mosquitoes.

because while I did manage to find a breastfeeding friendly insect repellent made from all natural essential oils and all that lovely hippie jazz the fact of the matter is that I live in Saskatchewan, the mosquitoes here are gigantic tough as nails mutant mosquitoes. They laughed in the face of my all natural essential oils. On day 3 I gave up and covered myself and my family in Deet. Fuck you environment, and the threat of cancer, I just couldn’t take the buzzing or the itching any longer!

Aside from being eaten alive by bugs, we had a great time. Not only did it go well enough for me to consider tenting next time, I would love to do the cabin thing again. It was so cozy and relaxing!

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Entry filed under: breastfeeding, mosquitoes, photo, Vacation.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. dk  |  June 29, 2010 at 07:55

    That is a fantastic piture darlin’ Looks like Olly had a blast, deet and all. Which cabins did you go to?

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  • 2. Pocket.Buddha  |  June 29, 2010 at 09:49

    it’s the cabin of a family friend! knowing people is the key to cheep vacations!

    Reply

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