As I’ve mentioned, I’m revisiting some of my old posts and reposting photos.
The photos in this post are from Kensington Market in Toronto. My son just moved out of the area and I am ever so grateful that he lived there so that I could have a reason to go there many times.
My first encounter with Kensington, that I recall, was actually when I was pregnant with my son, 24 years ago. I experienced one of my few bouts of “morning” sickness during a walk through Kensington – it was busy and there were many smells, but the one that did me in was fresh brewed coffee!
I look forward to more days in Kensington, for the many treasures it holds and the photo potentials which are endless.
Tomorrow, quick on the heels of my daughter’s birthday, my husband will celebrate his special day. I am fortunate to have married the person who has remained my closest friend and ally throughout our many years together. Although neither of us is perfect, we are perfect for each other.
Happy Birthday sweetie. Enjoy your day and all the days ahead.
We do not see nature with our eyes, but with our understandings and our hearts. – William Hazlett
Heading out to take photos today hopefully, but in the meantime, this was my photo from one year ago today. I like looking back….I rediscover from of my favourite photos.
Art must take reality by surprise – F. Sagan
Tomorrow, my daughter turns 21. I truly wish her all the things in the Irish Blessing below…..
May flowers always line your path
And sunshine light your day
May songbirds serenade you
Every step along the way
May a rainbow run beside you
In a sky that’s always blue
And may happiness fill your heart
Each day your whole life through
May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks
May your heart be as light as a song
May each day bring you bright, happy hours
That stay with you all the year long
Today, it is over 40 degrees Celsius with the humidex. I needed a photo that made me feel like I was catching a breeze.