Of all the places I thought I would see a circus, this was not at the top of my list, but it happened and it was fantastic. Continue reading “Where did you say the circus was?”
In a peace starved world where there is so much pain, suffering, violence, hurt and loss of life, to attend a lecture about love, in this case, ‘Divine Love’ according to the famous poet Rumi, was something very interesting to be looking forward to. Continue reading “‘Radical Love’”
We were so excited about visiting the Roy Thomson Hall to see the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, lovely to see the CN tower in the background as we approached the entrance. Downtown Toronto is very special, vibrant and lively at night. Continue reading “Toronto Symphony Orchestra – ‘Symphonie Fantastique’”
The static electric ball just makes you smile and the electric hairstyles it creates are fantastic…so much fun, have you tried? Continue reading “Electric Hair!”
(PHOTOS AND VIDEOS)
I first heard about Cirque-du-Soleil (Circus of the Sun) back in 2001 when I first met my wife. It came up in a discussion once and she showed me some videos of them performing, I was totally amazed at what they did and I remember making an intention that one day I would love to see them with my wife performing live, and not just watch them on a screen in front of me. I didn’t think that one day I would actually be going to see them perform live and be writing a blog about it!
We arrived at Union Station, the busiest transportation facility in Canada. Over 250,000 passengers traverse through here every day which is really quite something. It opened in 1927 and was designated a National Historic Site in Canada in 1975. It was also designated a Heritage Railway Station in 1989.
Being in a place that brings you nothing but pleasure, seeing things that really interest you, and truly admiring your surroundings is what Unionville was like for me.
Talk about being taken back in time, this place is really something, I was in my own version of ‘Back To The Future’. The Historic Main Street, Unionville in Toronto is historically rich, visually stunning, and architecturally beautiful.
Yes, you read correctly…I have officially been Sushi’d!
January 1st 2016.
I know this is a common sentence that we hear, but I truly cannot believe another year has passed us by, time truly does not wait for anyone and it just seems that our minutes, hours, days, weeks and months are just flying by, do you feel the same way?