The past is perfect for bringing us here.

May 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

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2012.5.30 @ Baldwin St. Cafe, Toronto

Old class photos are great because they not only remind us of who we once were but also just how far we’ve come.

(Here marks the 100th and final napkin drawing in this series. Thank you for all your encouragement and kindness!)

99 days later.

May 26, 2012 § 1 Comment

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2012.5.26 @ Home in Leaside
As the teeter-totter illustrates, reciprocation is top notch happiness.

Right cross.

May 25, 2012 § 1 Comment

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2012.5.24 @ Starbucks in Leaside

Although this daydreamer takes a few shots on the chin, he is still grateful that the stars align just enough for him to climb into the ring.

Medic.

May 22, 2012 § Leave a comment

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2012.5.22 @ Home in Leaside

In a quiet moment after the skirmish, this daydreamer wonders if he has made all the right choices. The truth is a satisfying answer may never come but at least he can take with him the minute comfort that he has indeed given all he knows how to give.

Now forever.

May 22, 2012 § Leave a comment

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2012.5.21 @ Home in Leaside
Fireworks blossom brightly in the warm summer sky. Daydreamers look up in awe, savoring every moment, knowing that the beauty before them vanishes as quickly as it appears. Though the colours flee, the sentiment will last a lifetime.

Once around the orbit.

May 21, 2012 § Leave a comment

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2012.5.20 @ Home in Leaside
As the countdown ticks steadily to liftoff, Yuri the daydreamer is reminded that it is often the imaginable distance from something that helps us realize how much it means to us.

Dawn.

May 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

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2012.5.18 @ Home in Leaside
After several months on the road, the elephant and its new buddies arrive in cottage country under a temperate night sky. There is something uneasy about arriving to an unfamiliar place after dark. It can feel daunting at first but as the sun climbs over the horizon, any uncertainly melts away and an overwhelming comfort takes over. We are again home.

Where Am I?

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