Friends and the Child

What I’ve really liked about these past few months is that we’ve all slowed down a bit, and hopefully re-focused on what’s important.

Screw the Whole ‘Labour “day thing.

Yeah, it still happens. When I wear white in Fall or Winter, sometimes I’ll get that one person who still says the whole, ” You know you’re not supposed to wear white after Labour Day?” Occasionally, they’re serious, but mostly they’re just joking. Still, if it no longer matters, why bring it up at all? I think there’s some part of us that hears a Grandmother’s voice whispering it in our ear. So, we should stop doing it, because it’s now truly over and focus on more important things like, you know, the world burning…or happy stuff, whatever, you do you.

Dress – L’ecole de Femmes via Common Sort, altered by me.
Jacket -UO, bought on clearance years ago.
Shoes – I forget.

Do Zobaczenia

Very sad to see you go…

Junk in the Trunk?

Him: You used to wear more dark jeans when we were dating.


I went on a foraging walk recently.

Scout Valley Loop Trail

About ten minutes outside Orillia proper is Scout Valley Loop trail. It’s an easy trail, and if you do the outside loop totals about 6km, but it’s a lovely walk in the woods that hides the fact you’re surrounded by city and highway.


Our only full Orillia day started with a 40 minute walk to the Farmer’s market, followed by a meander down the main street with a fancy stop for a latte/tea and a scone at Apple Annie’s.

Holland Marsh and Allendale Train Station

Our Mother/Daughter trip out of town started with a drive through the Ontario swamps – you know, the ones that grow all our food.

Wills and POAs

After you’ve signed your will and power of attorney, I don’t know who couldn’t use a beach walk palette cleanser.

High Falls at Bracebridge

Often referred to as the Niagara of the north, this one is truly gorgeous.

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