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Day 22 - Sugary goodness and paddling practice

Lazy days are the best kind of days. Jane and I slept in late (ish – I keep waking up early) and then woke up to make breakfast. 339 more words


Day 21 - Pretty rocks and impulse buys

After another much appreciated lie in, Jane and I decided to spend the day shopping. First however, we got on a street car to the ROM so I could pick up a few presents and another pin to add to my collection. 337 more words


Day 20 - Kensington Market

Sundays are for sleeping in late, so that’s what we did. After catching the subway to Yonge & Dundas and checking out the Japanese Summer Festival that was going on there, we hopped on a streetcar to Kensington Market. 318 more words


The Story Behind Eeyore Happy-Sad

I suppose one needs to know where a phrase comes from. The story behind Eeyore Happy-Sad is a sweet, yet hauntingly true, tail (pun intended). When my daughter Abbie was about 3, she had a giant “lift-the-flap” book. 147 more words


Day 19 - Pandas and beavertails at the zoo

Today I had a lie in and we decided to visit Toronto Zoo. I know that Ruby and Shona went to San Francisco Zoo a couple of days ago so I’ll try not to bore you by writing exactly the same stuff as them! 181 more words


Day 18 - Farewells and destroying the mazeum

Today was my last day as a ROM Summer Camp volunteer – feels like the end of an era, even if it was only two weeks. 665 more words