There was a time a few years ago, when I faithfully checked out a couple dozen blogs on a regular basis. In a way that was a heyday for blogging, and I really enjoyed my daily peek in to the lives of people doing so… Read More
Regular visitors here in the land of milk and honey know that from time to time I like to change up the look of the 27th Street blog. It’s that time again. I may mess with this a little along the way over the coming… Read More
Sheila Gregory, who many 27th Street visitors know as the fantastic Tuffy P, has a blog. Initially it was a place she could send people who wanted to look at images of her paintings. Recently though, she has started a series of photo posts she… Read More
The other evening in Edmonton, I was talking about blogging with SME and Richard, and SME noted that I went through a phase of changing the look of my blog regularly. This is true. I have a restless imagination and I like to refresh the… Read More
In all the years I’ve maintained this blog and the Mister Anchovy’s blog before it, one thing I can say is that I have been a very regular blogger. Somewhere along the way I’ve developed the habit of blogging and the understanding that there are… Read More
I returned today from a whirlwind work trip to Edmonton. I landed in a city already enjoying a serious snowstorm. And it just kept on snowing and snowing. So every conversation started with, “quite the snowstorm, eh?” Then the temperature started dropping, leveling off at… Read More
That’s better. Regular visitors know that I get restless with the look of my little corner of the the cyber-universe and change it up from time to time. On a whim, I’ve done it again. I hope you like the fresh paint job. If you… Read More
…..asked one imaginary reader. Why, my brain is empty this week, and I’m re-upping. Don’t despair. I’ll be back soon.
The number of people who visit this blog has risen over the past few months, but hardly anyone comments over here. Was it something I said?
This evening we sallied forth across the invisible border between Long Branch (or The LB as our neighbour Kate calls it) and New Toronto to a new joint called Ember. We used to go there when it was Long Grain Pan Asian food, but that’s… Read More