Monthly Archives: May 2017

Weekly Photo Challenge: Friend

These “friends” of mine are seen year-round but only during mid-May to early June do you see the small ones emerge for the first time.  You can get really close to them without them squawking or flying away and they’re … Continue reading

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Yay! Transcripts caught up :D

Yay! I’m finally all caught up to my transcripts and steno work!!! It’s been a good 2, 3 weeks of busy non-stop transcripts.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Evanescent

This week’s photo challenge is “evanescent: a moment in time that holds meaning for you”.  This photo was taken by one of my travel companions when I went on my first cruise to the West Caribbeans in April of 2014. … Continue reading

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Locally Sourced Food at b.good (King Street East)

Thanks to Grace of @moussetaco hosting a contest on instagram, I was able to win four free items to try out the menu at b.good.  Yay! 🙂 b.good is a relatively new franchise restaurant appearing in Toronto that features exclusively … Continue reading

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Love Me Sweet (original location at World on Yonge)

Yesterday, as part of the dessert selection for the first barbecue of the season, we had dessert from Love Me Sweet.  Love Me Sweet is a growing Japanese-style cheesecake chain that began sometime in the last two years and has … Continue reading

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Readbacks

On Friday, I had an examination at the office.  For the first time, I was reporting in one of their biggest rooms that they had even though the number of scheduled number of people was slated to be 4 to … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Heritage

A part of the Chinese heritage includes these thousands of terracotta warriors that were made in the Qin dynasty as part of funerary art for the first Emperor of China to protect him in his afterlife. I can’t ever forget the … Continue reading

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