“Be like Curious George, start with a question and look under the yellow hat to find what’s there.” – James Collins
“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase” Martin Luther King
I have been pondering the next step. One thing that is looming up ahead is my first summer without commitments. I am fortunate to have been able to spend every summer for the last 22 years enjoying time with my children. Without question, it has been amazing.
So, I looked at a wide range of possibilities and I have settled on, well, not making any commitments. Breathing in the space.
That being said, I want to pursue some things that I love. I want to do a photography project on street art. And photograph all my hubby’s design projects. And buy a hammock and read. A lot.
And I’ve also decided to have a second blog. Just for writing. A bit. Or a lot. Whatever strikes me.
So, here is the link to the new blog, If you would not be forgotten.
I chose the name from a quote by Benjamin Franklin: If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.
Now that sounds like a summer plan!
For 11 years, Doors Open Toronto has offered people the opportunity to explore buildings, some not normally open to the public. There are 150 buildings open this year; we were only able to hit a few and all well worth the adventure.
A long list of buildings are open tomorrow as well – check it out: Doors Open Toronto
Here’s my favourite shot of the day: