I Finally Went On Maid Of The Mist In Niagara Falls, Ontario – July, 14, 2012

On July 14, 2012, I embarked on my 4th trip to Niagara falls within 3 months and it was an experience I will never forget. This time went with great friends whom I have known for years from my Armenian Community center. I never would have expected that I would go on Maid Of The Mist. I have always come to Niagara, but I have never went on it. So this time I put my foot down and did it. I am so glad I did. People often take photos and look at the falls from above, but once you go on that boat with your blue poncho, and start heading toward the American and Horseshoe falls, you automatically feel the sense of amazement and it is so beautiful.  More beautiful than looking at it from above. I saw a rainbow on the American falls, and once we were getting toward the big one, the mist started to come onto all of us, and it was refreshing and at the same time the view, and the experience was unlike any other. I will never forget this experience for the rest of my life. I want to go on this again next time I go. It was an experience of a lifetime.

If you have not tried Maid of The Mist yet and if you have not yet visited Niagara Falls, you must do it. Everything is great in Niagara, but this one takes the cake out of everything else. God has created a beautiful earth and with amazing landmarks and everything else. God bless Niagara Falls… I was thinking to myself how Wallenda did it, with all that mist hitting up top and I was thinking to myself how the rope was put on and how everything took place. Wow, and the energy, the power of the water when it falls and all the white water going around like crazy, it was amazing. TOTALLY AMAZING. Do it!

 

 

Back From Montreal, Quebec!

I cannot even begin to describe how incredible and refreshed I feel after returning from My Happy place which I call Montreal. This weekend that past went by super fast. I reunited with my lovely friends after 7 Months and reunited with my brothers In laws, I haven’t seen since the summer of 2011. It was a nice and great weekend. A first, getting on my favourite highway, highway 401 East to Montreal put the cherry on top. It was a lovely drive and I will never stop loving it and my love for my great friends in Montreal, the highway 401 east, Montreal will never ever fade. It was an emotional weekend for me too because I hadn’t been there in so long and everyone was just so excited to see me. Some said, next time do not wait so long to come. They said come more often. I said I wish I could but I will always come out whenever I am able to.

Now that I am back, I feel the need to go back to Montreal. Weekends are so short and go by way too fast.

Had a Fabulous Time At The Autoshow in Toronto, Canada Yesterday.

Yesterday, I was at the Autoshow with some of my great friends and I saw so many of my favourite cars and so many incredibly designed vehicles which I really enjoyed looking at. I took so many photos, and I would like to Share some today with you all… After that to end our Autoshow Experience, we went and dined at Joe Badali’s a new placed I learned about. It is an Italian Restaurant and I really enjoyed my dinner there. After that we were on our way home.

Here are the photos.

 

 

I Hope to Meet My Brothers and Sisters of RADIO AGA Soon…

In Early 2009, I joined this wonderful website and Radio Station Family, Called Radio AGA. AGA Stands from Armenian, Greek and Arabic, and those are the types of music this wonderful Radio Station plays. Our Founder and Brother of Radio AGA Jack Kojek, is an incredible person, whom I have had the pleasure of meeting a few times since then. He is a vibrant, energetic, and wonderful person and I wish him continued success with everything he does.

I have met many of my brothers and sisters of RADIO AGA, but I have yet to meet so many others from parts of US, Canada, Europe and all other places. Too many to mention. We have established a community to chat with each other on the wall on the Facebook page with over 7,000 members. Recently, I have not been able to be as active as I have been on the discussions, but I try to get on there as much as I am able to. I love my Radio AGA Family and I do not want them to think that I have forgotten about them, which I certainly have not. They are beautiful people I have spoken with online and we have become great friends. I am hoping to one day cross paths with them and meet each other face to face to create more memories. It is very awesome to meet people you speak to for a long time and actually meet them. Its an emotional moment. I had that last summer when I visited Montreal for a Summer Fest party. It was a special moment that I will never forget.

Radio AGA has become an important and integral part of my life. When I thought I didn’t have friends, they definitely made a big difference in my life, gave me so much hope, faith, love, and thats how I have become more positive and optimistic about life. I have so much to be thanful for, God works in Mysterious ways to get me to people whom I call My brothers and sisters.

I know probably some of you will not understand Armenian, Greek and Arabic music, but if you like to join our family on RADIO AGA and tune in to listen to the beats, and rythyms, feel free to do so. You will automatically be part of our Family in our RADIO Community. All are welcome.

Go to www.radioaga.com Like Facebook Page: RADIO AGA

Enjoy…