Tag Archive | municipal politics

Moving On

At some point in the near future, I might have to travel all the way out to Scarborough. A highly recommended RMT, who may be able to help me with a specific issue, practices out of a clinic in that area.  I don’t own a car (to me, the expense isn’t worth it when you […]

Seven Hours in Toronto

3:00 pm Head downtown to check out the opening day of the Celebrate Yonge festival Catch Turbo Street Funk doin’ their thing at Yonge & Dundas Stop for a bite to eat at Baroli Caffe in the Eaton Centre 4:00 pm Walk up Yonge Street, taking in the festival’s sights & sounds Admire the entries […]

Child’s Play

One of my most vivid memories is from when I was a little girl.  I am probably no more than four years old.  I am standing in the playground of my pre-school, looking through the chain-link fence that separates the school from the apartment building next door.  It is a glaring, grey afternoon.  A “big […]

I think I’ll move to Australia

When I was a child, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day was one of my favourite books.  In particular, Alexander’s frequent refrain of “I think I’ll move to Australia” – the farthest place both he, and I, could think of – appealed to my imaginative young self.  It also kicked off […]