Whoa, I still can't believe that Daniel and I celebrated our FOUR year anniversary last week! We definitely had our ups and downs throughout, but (just like that cheesy saying goes) it only made us stronger!!!

He has been with me since I've turned 20 years old! I mean, I'm only 23 now. But I gotta say, those years in between was a very indecisive and overwhelming stage for me. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life around that time.

I was finishing up two degrees I wasn't really passionate about, but he was always there cheering me on. He really has been my rock and is supportive in everything I do. He also listens to me, pushes me to be the best version of myself, encourages me to take risks and the list just goes on.

Speaking of risks, I think this is the year that I will finally take him up on his offer in teaching me how to snowboard. Stay tuned for that...

Although I don't like how he plays ultimate frisbee more than he sees me (*sigh*), I do appreciate the fact that I still get to be my own person and have time for my own hobbies and friends! I think that's all I'll share about our relationship for now. I don't want to tell you guys too much, in case we ever get married and I need some words for my vows! Hahaha

To celebrate our special day, we were going to have dinner at this bougee sushi place, but then I found out about this art installation, Happy Place, that was having its opening day on the same day as our anniversary! I visited their site, saw a few Instagram photos, and knew I wanted to check it out with Daniel. 

Since this art installation was taking place downtown and the restaurant was uptown, we decided to change our dinner plans and eat at our favourite Indian restaurant.

Happy Place was magical! It was definitely designed for Instagram photos and so much better than the Egg House installation we went to in New York. I definitely recommend checking it out if you are tryna up your Instagram game, looking for a fun date idea or in need of a little pick-me-up!