Last year I bought several tickets to the Women’s World Cup including the final match in Vancouver without knowing who was going to make to play which match and who was going to make it to the end. I took a chance that the USA would make it to the final and have any of their matches in Vancouver.
Today’s post is a special one. This one is coming from my 14 year old brother. He writes about his experience canoeing and how he overcame his fears.
Just 30-minutes by car outside of downtown Quebec City is Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier (Jacques-Cartier National Park). Paradise for outdoor lovers.
I visited Montréal with my 13-year old brother and the activities that were planned for us were way more than what we had time to visit. We were there for only 3 nights but we visited over six museums. I usually don’t get too excited about visiting museums but most of the museums I visited in Montréal were great.
Every year since 2009 during the summer months, Cirque du Soleil has been hosting a free event called Les Chemins Invisibles. Chapter four in the series has just ended on September 1st called The Pixel Frontier. Next year will mark the last year of the five year contract Cirque du Soleil and Quebec City made and completing the full five chapters in the series.
What makes us who we are, our personalities? Why do we make the choices we make? And do those choices change the rest of our lives? What drove Anakin Skywalker to the dark side and could his past events have lead him to become Darth Vadar? Why was Luke Skywalker so different from Anakin? What forces shape us?