2016, a Retrospective

A year of turmoil for many, I find that balance settles no matter what and things flow forward
It is more how you look at things – than the things themselves – that flips the perception of a situation from tragedy, to  life itself.
Remembering Christmas shopping, not ready to do it again…
Got the prestigious ARIDO AWARD
There is one thing one has to have: either a soul that is cheerful by nature, or a soul made cheerful by work, love, art, and knowledge. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Enjoyed a sandy beach with no bathing suit – winter Stations, THe bEaches, Toronto; can’t wait for the next competition
Best ski ever, in Ellicottville, the winter when nobody had snow…so nobody booked.. so we had the hills for ourselves…pretty much..
fantastic food, always on the list! Jules Bistro
knitted wear and more, fab show at Fashion Art Toronto
St. Patrick’s parade, on a tilt – through my daughter’s wonderful photographic eye
Beauty in little Big-things around us
ready for 2017!

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