Fantastic weather tonight. I went for a walk by the old school, which actually used to be in that empty space in the center of the photo. It was torn down and is now in the base of the left condo. They're going to do the same thing with the church directly across (behind my... Continue Reading →
Toronto is growing faster than its transportation network can handle. You have to be a backroads wizard to get around, and even then you might get caught in traffic somewhere. This was taken the other day when I went down to Shuter Street just east of Yonge for a Sunday Mass at my fav. downtown... Continue Reading →
I'm trying to get in better shape by bike riding. Also, just enjoying the parks in Toronto. Being mostly stuck in the city during summer is fairly new to me. One has to adapt. Sometimes I muse that the Toronto Parks are like the holodeck in Star Trek TNG. They're not quite the countryside but... Continue Reading →
Nothing too special. Just a shot I took not too long ago. Someday books like this will be a memory. Probably not too far away.
It wasn't really that late but I thought that sounded good. Here's me walking away from where I live. I am really close to an OBD (outlying business district) so can see a little action in about ten minutes walk. The moon is rising. Can you see it? Just a sliver. Not terribly eventful... this... Continue Reading →
Flashback to when cybercafe's existed in Toronto... now everyone can go to the library or a coffee shop if they don't have internet at home... the date on this file says "modified 2004" but it might be earlier. The faces have been blanked out, which would have been the mod date... a bit of web... Continue Reading →
After being away from church for a while with a debilitating cold, it's nice to be back. Taken today just after the few who had gathered had left.
Taken today at one of the more economically disadvantaged parishes in Toronto (area-wise). Seems these amazing people are doing the most for kids this Xmas. And isn't that usually the way? Those with a lot grasp on to it and are often cheap and miserly. Those with a little know what it means to be... Continue Reading →