August 10, 2014

City living in the summer.

May we all channel our endless summer spirit.

“August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born. The odd uneven time.” -Sylvia Plath

It's been a good summer. A summer making things – writing stories, making plans, making lists, seeing old friends, taking time to pause and slow down – in the face of the inevitable forward march of time.

Teammates.
4 x 400m team at Lululemon's Track & Roll.
Finding art in unexpected places in Buffalo, New York.
Band of Horses sing their hearts out in Buffalo, New York.
A seat with a tall view.
Discovering Toronto, Ontario one Sunday morning run at a time.
Playing, jumping, and moving at Raptors Basketball Academy. These kids rock.
Back to the basics (kind of) on a skating treadmill at Ryerson University.
Wednesday night's spent coaching along Lake Ontario with a group of talented, driven, and positive runners from BlackToe Running.
A summer highlight, watching Canada's U-20 women's soccer team play on BMO Field.
Those are some talented athletes!
Friday jailbreak lunches featured stops to the oh-so-lovely Kensington Market.
The Toronto Flower Market at the bottom of our street, a monthly highlight!
It may been unintentionally depressing but I loved this Summerworks play.
I could have spent many more hours on the Hudson with this old friend. New York summers are the best.
When all directions make sense.
One of Toronto, Ontario's most inspiring buildings to brainstorm.