casual fridays.

i’m home.

a lot of things make me happy, but near the top of the list is getting to spend time with sister. her new home is so beautiful, not like anyone doubted it. i’ll take some pretty pictures of it while i’m here. keep an eye on her blog to see the finished product and read about her inspiration for the spaces.

the madness that goes hand-in-hand with any visit home started this morning. after brunch and home goods shopping with mum, sister and i decided to go on a little adventure – it’s what we do. neither of us had been to the waterfalls in hamilton, and after suggesting to erin that she check them out on her visit we thought it might be a good idea to see a few of them for ourselves. we settled on two of the tallest waterfalls in the area. sadly, they left much to be desired. in order to get our money’s worth (parking was $10), we decided to explore more of the trails along the gorge. it was pretty with lush green trees and the faint smell of citronella and citrus. overall underwhelming, but at least we can say we’ve done (some of) it.

the rest of my trip is packed with visits: dad, girlfriends, grandma. i’ll also have some serious alone time with my city; it’s been a while since i’ve had time to do nothing and anything in toronto.

may long has always felt like the unofficial start of summer, and it definitely kicks of fireworks season. i often wander to the bow river to watch the canada day fireworks in calgary, but there doesn’t seem to be much of a to-do about victoria day there. it’s always been a thing in toronto and i’m looking forward to watching them on monday night.


what are you doing this (long) weekend?

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