We are lucky to live very close to the only farm downtown Toronto, and this picture was taken on a dark rainy day from inside one of the barns not so long ago… Last entry in the series In Need of Light
Part 3 in my In Need Of Light series from the Riverdale Farm rainy day
This birdie can most likely see his way in the dark much better than I ever could… This is Part 2 of the series In Need Of Light
This week I am doing a series of pictures entitled: In Need Of Light. This is part 1.
SharkBoy interrupts the beauty of pictures for this tale which took place in Ugly City recently.
A few days ago, as I was walking to work, I noticed this lady coming towards me, her eyes focused on her cellphone’s screen. Now, I always walk to the right of the sidewalk, giving all the space possible to other people who might come the opposite way or want to pass me should they walk faster or even run. But this lady was not paying any attention to the rest of the world, she was stuck insider her own. As she came within a foot of me, I suddenly said something to make her aware she was about to run into me… and this is what happened:
Me:Hum! Look up Lady! Her:Huh?
She looked up but still managed to bump into my left arm and then hit my bag right on her hip.
Her:Why don’t you look where you’re going?
I stopped to look at her with my eyes wide opened.
Me:ME? I was looking, that’s I warned you in the first place. Her:Shut up faggot!
Without missing a beat, not without thinking, I lashed back:
Me:Why don’t you shut your sad divorced ugly fat face.
And by the surprised hurt look she gave me, I think I hit 100% on all points.
Every once in awhile, you stumble unto a treasure from the past. Just out of nowhere, in this small used bookstore, I saw this book that grabbed my attention right away and brought me back to grade 3, it was always my favourite to read when we had “book time” in our class. We had this shelf full of books for our class and I don’t know how many times I’ve gravitated to this one. I never owned it, I had certainly never read it in English until today. When I saw it there, I had no choice but to take it directly to the cashier and make it mine… And now it’s here, within my collection of other treasures from my childhood.
As intimidating as this slide is, you will be fine. The adrenaline rush will mask the burn sensation on your back and will make you forget your bathing suit became a thong – Blizzard Beach – 2009
A coloured variation on the last picture posted – Disney’s Pop Century – 2009
Resting inside the 0 of 1970 sign at Disney’s Pop Century – May 2009
Washing your hands is usually a good thing and a normally safe experience, except in this house!!
On a cloudy day, you can still see beautiful light in a glass house.
While having dinner at the Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom, Ted looked up and noticed that the babies all looked too real to just be random babies. He asked the waiter who confirmed that the Imagineers decided to paint their own babies on the ceiling of the restaurant… How awesome is that? This is a very small portion of it, and taken with a cellphone camera, there fore lack of quality… but still… When you go, make sure to look up.
It’s my turn to be in this picture. I’m running in the Pride and Remembrance Run 2014 and I’m excited about it. I haven’t done a 5k or 10k since I was in my late teens, my knees can attest to that after training for the last month and a half.
I hope a lot of you will come by to cheer us on and also, if you are so inclined and would like to donate, you can click right here to do so. It will take you to my personal page and you can safely donate any amount you wish to. I, and the Pride And Remembrance Committee, thank you in advance. And to those who have already generously donated in my name, I thank you once again.
If you can’t donate but can give a leg massage to this old man after the race, well, that would be awesome too… haha.
A colourful Summer visitor
Let the sunshine in
Buzz Buzz… Springtime is here
Just slightly out of reach
This flower is hosting a very tiny special guest
To celebrate the return of the warm weather, I’m posting a week of flower pictures, starting with the flowers of May
Bunny Mommy and her chocolaty babies – Easter 2014 (Not sure which to devour first… Milk Chocolate? White Chocolate? Hazelnut Chocolate? Dark Chocolate?)
I blame my parents for my love of Disney… Sometimes in 1964.