So here we are. Exactly a week before I leave for nationals and I couldn’t be more excited (And nervous….mostly nervous)
The last few months since receiving my title have been the experience of a life time.
I attended so many events through this amazing opportunity. I got to follow my passions and embrace the many different events Nova Scotia has to offer. I was able to promote women in trades receiving the “Financial woman” award, attend the Truro Sea Cadets 61st Annual Ceremonial Review, take place in a job fair, have a booth at NerdCon, attend the Tattoo festival, participate in the Bible Hill Canada day parade and venture out to the Skills Canada National competition as Nova Scotia’s Youth Forum leader. like wow.
And despite my blog losing half my posts and my computer being out of commission for several weeks I still made it out okay and am planning to participate in Toronto to the very best of my abilities.
I’m here packing and It’s hard to believe. I just want to thank everyone so much for the support and love. This is so out of my comfort zone but I’ve had multiple people help me out and i’m forever thankful.
My mantra for nationals is “Stay true to myself, Be honest with who I am, and be a positive role model.”