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Postcard from Toronto

This city has been on my travel plan for a long time. Now just suddenly I saw the plan become true. Just the car ride towards the west-Canada was an experiment of its own. 465 more words

Thoughts

Roasted Marshmallows - A Poetry Sample

Snow and frost: the winter cost. Count what’s lost, and to end has crossed.

Ah, the joys of poetry! So many possibilities and wonders! Endless fantasy and cruel reality combined. 403 more words

Writing

Photo Montage to Shooting Oliver Sunday, Oct 19th

The director checks the shot overtop the Director of Photography.

Cold and windy but also pretty darn sunny. Made it hard to see the monitor. … 93 more words

Milo Boccinfuso

Miracle

One of the last summer sunsets over Lake Ontario — http://ift.tt/1sXLNBZ by rbrown13126

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lake ontario is a sea

A few weeks ago I biked over to The Guild park. Known for its collection of modern Toronto “ruins”, a bonus to visiting the park is its unobstructed view of Lake Ontario. 692 more words

Toronto

Adeline's War of 1812 Journal: October 1814

Adeline’s War of 1812 Journal: October 1814

©by Mollie Pearce McKibbon

The fictional journal of a young woman, Adeline Price, during the War of 1812.  Adeline is the oldest daughter of the family.   993 more words

Pen

Renewed and Refreshed

On Saturday, I made the two hour trek with my 3 1/2 year old son to my aunt-in-law’s cottage on Lake Ontario for a clambake (the same cottage we stay at in our annual New Year artist/writer retreat). 375 more words

Creativity