I’m in the process of finding someone to sublet my apt and treat Denver with tender lovin’ care, while I’m in Bali. I think I’m narrowing the gap on that, fingers crossed. Once… Continue reading
I’ve been hanging in Kensington Market and neighbouring Chinatown for more than 35 years. Which makes me feel at once old and completely at home no matter the days, weeks, even years between… Continue reading
This post is about one thing only: Flowers on flowers on flowers. All the fleurs! And then some. The gardens at Spadina House are still holding fast to summer, betraying only the smallest… Continue reading
Sunday afternoon at the Poetry Jazz Café, music spilling out into the streets of the Market. The best walk-by treat of all. Summer 2015 is going out with a bang.
Succulent heaven. That is all. (Except that you should teleport if you can’t get your feet here.)
Long weekends are built for wandering, wherever your inclination and heart lead you. I spent yesterday afternoon in the city, far from the crowds, in Allan Gardens conservatories. Just me, my camera and… Continue reading
Mid-summer days | Tea and couches, cats and books | East End Toronto love | Pulp Kitchen smoothies: elixirs for searing hot afternoons | Riding the streetcar to The Beach without any hurry,… Continue reading
Few words, just space to ignite transformation and a cup of ginger-lemon tea.
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Recently, I accidentally discovered a handful of posts (most from 2013) that weren’t imported from Bliss In Images when Wildwood Collective went live. They may have slipped through the cracks, but I’ve decided… Continue reading
I did an hour of yoga yesterday, followed by a two-hour walk on the Beltline Trail. I had to persuade myself to do both. What I felt most like doing was just the… Continue reading
Rain upon rain upon rain. Plans made and re-imagined, phone chats with friends, heaps of fruit and tea on refill, the cocooned comfort of a bath robe, and bare feet on cool wooden… Continue reading