Moraine Lake, early morning.
We're back from holidays. We took 2500 photos between the two of us. The mountains were beautiful but so hot. It made me wonder what will happen when the last glacier melts.
The holiday was successful. It made me miss home and work. I saw my daughter in Vancouver and my sister in Penticton. I cried when I said goodbye to my daughter. I miss her still and she's lived out there for almost three years. She's a strong, smart woman and I'm proud to be her mother.
My sister made me cry as well. I cried for what I never had. I'm good at that, wanting things that never were. I have twin sisters that are almost sixteen years older than me. I am the outsider, not included, never included. I didn't realize how much that hurt until lately.
The best part of our holiday, apart from seeing my daughter, was hiking. I've never really hiked before and I loved it. Can't wait to do some more.