True Story

This afternoon, I went into Toronto. I walked from Union Station to Queen St while perusing the underground shops in the PATH, met up with Lisa, checked out some yarn shops, ate some nachos, finished a sock

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…ogled some new yarn

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…had a nap on the bus ride home, and am now deciding between pouring a drink or pouring a bubble bath.

I’m going to miss the holidays.

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  1. barefootrooster

    amen. you deserve it. i had a similar day, except i did not leave my house. i finished a sock, played for hours with my spindle, caught up with old friends, ate yummy food and drank cider. (this is my first academic-calendar holiday in awhile.) thanks for setting a great example!

  2. Why not a drink IN the bubble bath? Happy New Year!

  3. Sounds like a heavenly day! Don’t you just love these lazy days between Christmas and New Years? I don’t want to go back to work…. this relaxing thing is treating me so nicely!

  4. Sounds like a great day! one sock down, one to go.

  5. Sounds like a very nice day!! Happy New year, may there be many more in 2009!!

  6. I think I would have opted for BOTH the drink and the bath. Sounds like a nice way to round out an already pretty fabulous day!

  7. Aye, I’m hoping you poured both. What a fabulous day and I’m loving the reds!
    Happy New Year, Glenna!

  8. What a wonderful day. I wished I lived close enough to Toronto to use public transit. For me it is a two hour drive so I REALLY enjoy my in-frequent trip to the big smoke.

  9. That sounds delightful. Happy new year!

  10. What a lovely way to spend a day – ‘good thing you did it yesterday, today the wind downtown was bitingly cold! Have a Happy New Year!

  11. Lin

    Have a happy new year! xx

  12. Don’t forget the great streetcar ride – Bearded Dude even offered to share his whiskey!!