Earlier today, I took Jenn to the airport. It was a sad day for the both of us since we have to part ways for another six months or so. This long distance relationship stuff is hard, mostly on her. I’m able to bear most of the pain and hold back the tears so that she doesn’t see but Jenn on the other hand, cannot hold back the tears.
Jenn was in Canada on vacation for just about two months. These last two months were the best part of the summer. The only thing was we only started having fun during the last two weeks of her stay. There was so much more that we wanted to do but didn’t get a chance to do. I guess the last two weeks only seemed fun because it was filled with activities. Also, it could be the fact that I booked my last remained vacation off to spend time with Jenn.
This summer I went to a few places that I’ve never been to before. I went to a dinner and show at Medieval Times and visited Casa Loma. The visit to Medieval Time was awesome. I had a good time watching the live show and Jenn and I especially loved the half roasted chicken that was served.
We spent a lot of time together and I’m sure that we made the most of our time together. I think we practically spend every waking moment together. Well, when I wasn’t at work, I was with her. She’s a night owl so she spend most of her night online doing stuff and wouldn’t get to bed until the early morning. By the time I get back home for lunch, she’ll only be waking up.
I’ve already started the countdown until the day that I’m heading to Hong Kong. Chinese New Year is going to fall during the end of January this year so I’ll be heading over there a bit earlier. I’m planning on booking every single vacation day that I have off just for this trip. I won’t be seeing her for another six month after that so I want to make the most of it.
A part of me thinks that we didn’t quite maximize our days together. We had two months together but we didn’t quite do anything until the end. I initially had plans on taking Jenn to New York City but we never got around to it. I guess there’s always a next time.