I had to leave my house during our endless stay-at-home order and take my teen to an appointment in Toronto’s Bloor West Village.
While she was busy, I went to the drugstore to pick up a couple of items and made the most amazing discovery.
Continue reading “Bloor West Village in Toronto”
On Friday late afternoon I was suddenly overcome with an urge to take apart the old, rotten picnic table that’s been decomposing in my backyard. 😶
Continue reading “Weekend noise”
The boys are in baseball today. It means for a few precious hours, half the family will not be here.
Will I have time to write a steamy story?
I got this guy hanging around.
Tucker, 3 months.
Continue reading “Sunday thoughts – with some colourful pictures”
Three times the radio interrupted the crappy songs it was playing in order to update us on some tornado warning.
It happened during yesterday’s drive home from my mom’s place. The weather apps indicated storms were brewing. But then, with this incredible humid air sticking around for weeks now, thunderstorms have been regular occurrences lately.
Continue reading “Summer storms and changes of plans”
I was sitting outside, bundled in a hoodie and blanket, hoping the sun will diminish those snow-clouds, waiting for the CF Snowbirds to make an appearance.
Photo source: skiesmag.com
Continue reading “Lock-down Sunday – part 1”
My local fruit and vegetable hole-in-the-wall shop where EVERYONE in my ‘hood gets their produce has closed.
It raises questions:
Continue reading “(In)consequential thoughts during lock-down”
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”
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:
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Please excuse the poor quality of the pictures. My phone obviously needs its eye cleaned…
I don’t have much fresh stuff in the house anymore (it’s been 7 days we’ve been staying home) and I feel too uninspired to venture out so I created a new salad with what I still have on hand.
Clearly, I’m not
social distancing from my fridge as per my previous post… (ha).
Continue reading “More creativity out of the pandemic kitchen”
So we’re keeping sane being under house arrest. Mostly by doing creative things. Like cooking. And art. And perfecting the art of Call of Duty gaming. (I don’t know…ask a teenager.)
Rice and corn casserole topped with cheese. Missing, greens…
It’s funny, really, I read about lock-downs in many places across the globe and they’re all talking about school work being assigned to children.
MINE have NONE.
Continue reading “More creativity out of my pandemic kitchen”