When dinner comes at 1am. Free spirit. A snowy corner of my snowy ‘hood. Nightlife. My clique. Just another day at the office. Boy oh boy. Paper boy Mo. Bundled for blizzards. -k
Game day garb. Look up, Toronto. Lipstick stained smile. Roomie night. My co-partner in crime. Life goals. Saturday run through a new scene. Friday night lights. Warming up for the Raptors game. -k
One of my New Years resolutions a few calendars back was simply the word “Balance”. Another one was creating moments to look forward to so you always have something to spark a smile when things get hard/busy/uncomfortably crazy. I’m going to continue those this year and look forward to more simple nights like this. -k
My roomie and I looked at each other after the game finished on Friday night (…and a nice win at home it was!) and said “We have an entire weekend off!” First reaction: Where do we begin? Second reaction: Pour a glass of wine and pass out watching movies with the fellas. Sad, I know. But it’s those simple things.
We spent Saturday doing normal Saturday things. On a Saturday. Woah. We baked cookies and treats and decorated the apartment with a little Christmas jazz. Christmas music filling the place all day long, of course.
Then the crew stopped by. The simple things. I told myself this year that I’m going to really enjoy every moment of this holiday season because it goes by so fast and it’s so wonderful. That personal promise started this weekend. And the spirit continued today with endless Christmas movies and some R&R.
Hope you had a wonderful weekend too. -k
There’s a dabble of art in everything you do. And then those creative types who need it in their lives for a natural high take it to the next level. And when those creative types join forces to make art I call it creativity overload.
I have so many talented friends covering different outlets of an artists life. Using their hands, bodies, voices, minds, paint brushes, cameras, microphones and tap shoes. And every now and then we come together and intertwine our strengths to create something new. In the journey down the road of creativity I have always believed in helping each other out. It’s a heck of a journey so why not make magic together and help someone find their next open door. Karma is an awesome thing.
A few weeks back I joined forces with Toronto based photographer Valter Mendes (@mendesphoto) and Toronto based make-up artist Jasmine Duffey (@jasmineduffey) for a creative. We dragged our suitcases, Starbucks and stirring minds to the Gardiner underpass in the east end and let the setting sun and surroundings tell us what to do. They did. And this is just a glimpse of what happened…