I’m fully on board with adults colouring. When I was a child, I hated colouring. Now, I find myself trying to squeeze in a little time to colour. Continue reading “Colouring”
Thank you for your letter. I was very happy to receive it, as one of the things I wanted most in life was to have a penpal. There is something magical about reading a handwritten letter. Perhaps it lies in its distinction from the neatly typed bank statements and solicitors’ letters that we all receive. Continue reading “April 11, 2016”
Dear Mr. Walter,
I read your obituary in yesterday’s paper this evening and felt compelled to write to you. Knowing very little about your life, other than what your family shared in the notice of your death, I’m still curious about what your life meant now that you are no longer living. Continue reading “April 5, 2016”
I was looking for some photos tonight and I came across these gems. I put together a quick slideshow for you. I used to really like Wolf Parade.
My love for fountain pens is not waning. My interest in fineliners is growing. Continue reading “Fineliners, the Felt-tipped Pen”
Admittedly, I’m a little upset that I didn’t come up with this. I haven’t delved into the site yet, but I think that it’s a great idea and wanted to share it.
The world does need more love letters.
Here’s the TED Talk:
Click here to make your way over to the website.
On Sunday, around noon, I found myself incredibly bored. It’s not an entirely new feeling; I’ve been
feeling experiencing some sort of profound boredom. It’s philosophical in proportion. Somewhere out there, there’s a great treatise on boredom that I haven’t read, but should probably get my hands on. Continue reading “Paint Nite Toronto”
I like horse racing. The ponies. I went to the 156th Queen’s Plate this afternoon, and lost all of the money I had, but not on the horses. Continue reading “A Little Flutter”