On Being Internetless

Mushrooms

I wrote this post on Fri­day because I will be with­out Inter­net access on Sat­ur­day. If every­thing went just as planned, last night we would have cel­e­brat­ed a friend’s birth­day in a pub. Troy would’ve bought the birth­day boy a drink and I would’ve had a cup of hot choco­late and a piece of mouth-water­ing cake.

Then ear­li­er today we would’ve head­ed out to Toron­to to check out a group art show to ben­e­fit Cana­di­an Can­cer Soci­ety called Pic­ture The Cure in a gallery in Kens­ing­ton Mar­ket where I have two pic­tures for sale (actu­al­ly one of them is already sold, twice!) and then we would’ve gone to the new­ly-reopened Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) which is now sport­ing the archi­tec­ture of Frank Gehry. We would’ve enjoyed the free admis­sions that came with vis­it­ing dur­ing the re-open­ing week­end. We would’ve met up with some Toron­to friends. I would’ve tak­en a bunch of pic­tures of down­town Toron­to.

Tomor­row we’d be vis­it­ing Troy’s grand­ma in a nurs­ing home and we’d prob­a­bly stop by a par­tic­u­lar bak­ery on our way down to get some cream-laden choco­late eclairs that we crave for every now and then. We would’ve bought some for Troy’s grand­ma as well, which wouldn’t be good for her since she’s dia­bet­ic, but she loves the eclairs.

I will let you know what we actu­al­ly end­ed up doing this week­end tomor­row night. Until then, have a good week­end!

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  1. The pho­tos are great! Can­cer is doing a lot of bad things to this world, but it’s com­fort­ing to know that our treat­ments are get­ting bet­ter and bet­ter.

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