I had this day figured out in my head: brisk walk up Mount Royal using a different exit point, to walk all the way down Rue du Rachel to Olympic village. Can’t be that far can it? As the day was still a little cloudy and cool, I took some time to complete a post…
Sometimes doing every day chores is comforting enough that the mind is able to entwine with the inner spirit to create something that maybe worthwhile. That was the plan anyway.
My morning had started by finishing the book I was reading, “The Murmur of Bees”; the English translation by Simon Bruni of “El murmullo de las abejas” by Sofia Segovia. A soul stirring event that set my mood for the day. (Review on Goodreads).
This was my holiday break within my Canada visit. My family duties were changing as they managed the new routine of work, school, day-care and weekends. Time for me to adventure into pastures new whilst in my beloved country.
It was a misty morning, with some promise of sun later on in the day. My main aim for the day was to just enjoy the Falls as a spectacular nature show. No hype, little tourism stuff, and with the exception of one extravaganza not much money spent. I love walking, so the aim was to walk as much as I could.
For we are very lucky, with a lamp before the door,And Leerie stops to light it as he lights so many more;And O! before you hurry by with ladder and with light,O Leerie, see a little child and nod to him tonight! The Lamplighter Robert Louis Stevenson This is actually the end of my walk…
This is kind of an experiment which was fun to do. don’t know if it works or not. You decide.
Praise Him in the firmament of His power
Buildings of Toronto inspire poetry.
This day was definitely a day to be led by the spirit of adventure, new experience and capturing the heart of Toronto. This last food experience is the epitome of that.