Heh heh, can you tell I ache for spring and outdoor gallivanting?
Unfortunately, a solo winter walk to the beach will have to suffice for now.
The western waterfront is one of my favourite places in the city. I can’t wait for long bike rides out here soon!
An appropriate book for the season (it’s from the Massey Lectures series) along with a soy milk steamer from Cherry Bomb on Roncesvalles.
Rather peaceful spot for some contemplating. I STILL don’t have a job and it’s been more than two months since I finished school…this is really bothering me since it seems like most of my classmates have found great jobs and are moving ahead in life! I know, there’s no sense in getting worked up about it, but I can’t help but be envious sometimes, especially since I put a lot of effort into doing well at school and up until now, it hasn’t helped me get anywhere at all. It’s sort of my fault for choosing odd co-op jobs (like working on a produce farm last summer while everyone else was working in planning offices) but at the time I thought that going in a bit of a different route wouldn’t be such a bad thing.
Well, I suppose there is hope yet.
Meanwhile, I’ll continue to cheer myself up by listening to the Blues (new discovery: Catl! Amazing!), exercising vigorously, and cooking delicious things. (And drinking Mexican hot chocolate whenever I feel like it.)
This is Catl. New album out in April – woohoo!