More daily walk observations from Toronto

Disclaimer: swearing ahead. (#sorrynotsorry)

This is the continuation of my walk which I posted earlier.

I walked through the college campus which was deserted. Continue reading “More daily walk observations from Toronto”

Daily walk observations from Toronto

The sun is deceiving. It mimics spring is coming and yet, when I step outside, I have to put my winter coat on.

But I’m still going outside for a walk. I need a break from my walls.

Here are some observations: Continue reading “Daily walk observations from Toronto”

Staying home? Beware of this…

Staying home? Beware of this:

Here’s a social distancing tip you may not have considered until you’ve spent at least 24 hours in lock-down in your own home.

Maintain a distance of 6 meters between you and:

  • The fridge
  • The kitchen cupboards
  • The pantry
  • The normal emergency food stash
  • The apocalypse emergency stash
  • The car emergency stash
  • The kids school lunch snack stash
  • The kids own secret candy stash
  • The birdseed/pet kibble/dog treats stash…

😳🙃😂

Continue reading “Staying home? Beware of this…”

6 days of social distancing (so far)

Note: This is not a comprehensive list.

Things I have not done since the social distancing aka lock-down started 6 days ago: Continue reading “6 days of social distancing (so far)”

Diversions, distractions…the new normal has begun

Alright, it appears many people will be staying home either for precautionary or enforced reasons. Which means, the internet will be booming.

Right?

We need our daily fix, our online entertainment, especially now. I don’t know how long people can binge-watch over a period of two, three or more weeks, especially with the weather finally changing a little, for the better (at least here in Toronto).

I hope wifi becomes an essential service… 😀

I for one prefer reading (and writing) to watching shows. But I suspect I will be watching some shows, just for a change of pace…

Here’s the latest recap from Toronto: Continue reading “Diversions, distractions…the new normal has begun”