My blogging has fallen shamelessly off the bandwagon and was stressing me out because I felt pressured to post when I was feeling lazy so I have decided to only post sporadically when I feel like it and thus not have to feel guilty about neglecting it.
I felt like today warranted a post and I’m going to write it right away so I don’t procrastinate and then forget about it and then never ending up actually posting it.
Today we had our final off-season fit test before the water season starts!
This post is kind of late, seeing as the Toronto Women’s Regatta took place 3 weeks ago, but I’ve been quite behind in my blogging so please bear with me. I’m trying to get competitions done in chronological order so Pickering and TIDBRF posts will follow.
The Toronto Women’s Regatta was NDRC Women’s first regatta of the season. To my knowledge we have never participated in it before (at the very least, I haven’t), so it was a new competition to try out. It was interesting to participate in an all women’s regatta and kind of nice to see so many women’s teams in Toronto. The competition is run by Outer Harbour Senior Women and is a fundraiser for their team. It’s held at Heart Lake, in Brampton, which is a lake that, unsurprisingly, is actually shaped like a heart (it’s kind of cute, actually).