As we approach September, I’ve been reflecting on the roller coaster of a year that we’ve had. January suddenly feels like so long ago. It’s like we have lived three separate years in just a few months because of the magnitude of events that have transpired in such a short amount of time. 2020 – … More Reflections on a Year that Feels like a Decade
It’s almost June and it truly feels like the first half of this year just went by in a total blur. I was sifting through some older photos and came across the one below from a year ago. This was the scene at Jurassic Park in Toronto last year ahead of Game 1 of the … More Curbing the Late-Stage Pandemic Blues
So this weekend in Toronto started off with Valentine’s Day and will end with Family Day. There is plenty of love to go around for sure. When it comes to Valentine’s Day – while I appreciate the meaning behind the celebration, I am of the crowd that thinks every day should be a day to … More Express Your Love When You Feel, Not When the Calendar Tells You
Hello friends, you know, ever since I started this blog almost four years ago, I have posted monthly without missing a beat. I think that streak might be coming to an end soon and it is late November now and I’ve not published anything. Life has been busy, but I’ve also been challenged by what … More November, please slow down.
The other day I was cleaning out an old wallet and I was pleasantly surprised at what I found – I came across two wallet-sized photographs of two good friends of mine from years ago – from our high school days. It certainly brought back a wave of memories and nostalgia. I was more humbled … More The Beauty of Hidden Treasures