Life in 4th Year

Scattered & random morning thoughts:

It's hard to imagine that we're 3 weeks from the end of the semester. The final year of university is no doubt interesting. In fact, time periods that lead into transition are often difficult to describe with words. It's that bittersweet feeling from the eagerness to move onto what life has in store, mixed with the thought that things will never be the same. Regardless of how much we think we have our future figured out, our true knowledge of what's to come is pretty much non-existent. 

Where will I be in 2 years? What will I be doing? Who knows. 

I guess for now, it's just important for me to cherish every moment I have and fulfill my duties. To take life day by day. 

Why does this post sound so depressing. haha. It's really shouldn't be, I'm extremely thankful and excited for it all. 




I've said it before, but even after travelling to over 20 cities this year in Europe and Asia, the CoffeeCo located on King St. (across from City Hall Square) in Kingston still remains one of my favourite cafes of all time. Whether its spending a morning in God's word, cramming for an upcoming exam, or meeting up with a friend, I can never go wrong with spending it at CoffeeCo. My seat of choice is always the spot at the wooden table right by the window and my go-to drink is definitely its London Fog. 

So what makes CoffeeCo my favourite? It's hard to describe - but all I can say is the combination of bricks & wood, coupled by plenty of natural light is a good start. It's small size makes it feel homy and its music is quiet enough for me to focus. Cap that all off with great drinks and a sunning view of City Hall. 

I do have to warn you though, there are very few AC outlets if any at all - and the wifi password given is only effective for an hour. I appreciate it though. It forced me to put aside my laptop and Facebook to just temporarily focus on what's at hand, even if its just an hour of reflection.