CPA; day 2+3


…I don’t know how I feel about this gif…

Anywhoo! Days 2 + 3 of CPA went by like a flash!


No… not that kind of flash…
Althouuuugh – Barry Allen is more than welcome to show up in front of me whenever he pleases.



Oh hey there Grant Gustin…

What was I talking about again?
Oh right, CPA.

Since I was in Victoria I decided that I needed to explore the area during the times that I wasn’t attending the conference.

So the first thing I did was become an X-men.


Okay, so I didn’t technically become an X-men, but I went to Xavier’s School for Gifted Children – that’s close enough, right?

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I was as excited as Hermione Granger being asked to answer a question, as excited as Dean Winchester would’ve been while destroying all of Chuck’s supernatural books while eating pie at the same time, as excited as Barry Allen must’ve felt when his one-sided love stopped being one-sided. Yes. That excited.
However, if any of you decide to visit Hatley Castle (Sadly it’s not called Xavier’s school), I would suggest not paying the whooping $20 tour fee to go inside of it – Just look at it from the outside, it’s beautiful and you’ll save yourself quite a bit of money.

Next stop on my exploring adventure: Fisherman’s wharf!

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All in all, I genuinely enjoyed my time in Victoria. I faced some difficulties but was able to overcome them, I was able to learn about psychology research going on in Canada, was able to converse with experts in different fields within psychology, and had the opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Victoria.




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