Sunday, December 31, 2017

2018 New Years Eve - Here comes the sun

Old Man 2017 shuffles off to retirement and baby New Year 2018 is almost ready to poop in his diaper. This is the time to be thankful for all that has happened in the past year and for all that might brighten our new year. And even though we are early into winter this polar snap has frozen us to the bones, it is time to reflect on George Harrison's song Here Comes the Sun and dream of the fun things we can do in Toronto during these cold days and dream of the coming summer sun.

Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely winter
Little darling, it feels like years since it's been here
Here comes the sun
Here comes the sun, and I say
It's all right

I had a great year, family is good, friends are good, kayaks are still buoyant, my camera still works and I continue to explore the city finding interesting things to document, experience and share. I love unusual and colourful events and it is fun to try something new - you don't know what to expect but sometimes you can be blown away by what you see and feel. Sometimes you can be disappointed by an annual event, but heck, there is always next year and if you are lucky you can see some old friends or meet some new ones. Thanks to all that invited me to their event or posed for my camera.
 If you have any ideas about fun things to do in Toronto please leave a comment so that myself and others can discover things that make you happy. You can also find fun things to do in Toronto listed along the right side of the full web page.

When Toronto embraces art it can be magical and like many observers, I don't know if it is art, but I know what I like and that is why events like Nuit Blanche, Les Rues Des Refuses and art installations in places like Brookfield Place really help to unite people in the Six - sometimes in confusion and sometimes in joy and fellowship.
I hope to see your around and please say hi if I cross your path. To many new adventures in the coming year.

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