Ever since I came across this black and white photo series of a little girl and her tomcat, I can’t stop looking at them. Aren’t they just magical? Four-year-old Catherine and her cat companion, Lilu look like they could take over the world. These fabulous photos were captured by Catherine’s father, photographer Andy Prokh.
(Via Laughing Squid)
I’m certain that this one was written especially for me. I’m one of those people who runs around franticly pointing to all the fire exits in life. I’m the one who wants to help solve all of your problems — and it’s quite exhausting because you never do listen!
Sigh. I should just tack these wise words to my forehead and lie down.
So far, May has been fabuloso! I have been out’n about in the city: Lounging in the sunshine, working in my garden, taking in concerts, chillin’ in the park with friends, discovering new artists, meeting new people, late night bike rides, runs by the water, brunch and too many beers mixed with electric conversation equals a pretty great life.
A couple of days ago, while biking home in the wee hours of the morning, I was coasting downhill on a deserted city road when I experienced this overwhelming feeling of happiness — I have honestly never felt happier on my own.
I start volunteering this week at Story Planet and I’m so excited — teaching kids how to tell stories sounds like a dream, doesn’t it?
I can’t promise that I’ll have much time to blog in the next few weeks, but I will try my hardest.
How was your weekend? I spent my weekend gardening in the backyard. Living downtown Toronto, I’m extremely lucky to have such a enormous green space to work in (I have two big vegetable gardens and a peach tree!!) I’m determined to become a gardening queen and so I’m currently on the hunt for some top-notch gardening blogs (I want a green thumb!) If you know of any, please send them my way.
Side note: Gardening is hard work! I spent both Saturday and Sunday pulling weeds and it honestly feels like I ran a marathon over the weekend – ha ha.