I deleted my Pinterest account tonight. I realized I hadn’t posted anything to any of my boards nor visited anybody else’s boards for ages. I don’t know what I was doing there, really. It seemed interesting to me at one point, but now not so… Read More
All posts tagged “Blogging”
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
What are Canadians really like?
We recently met a couple who have lived in various places in the United States, from Texas to Arizona to New Orleans to Virginia. In recent years they have been traveling, and this summer they are exploring Canada. Well, Jan has a blog, Jalyss at… Read More
Exploring the Personal Podcast
I mentioned in an earlier post that I was considering starting a podcast. My idea initially was to make it a themed music podcast, featuring plenty of older, off the beaten path, folky-dolky music you come across here from time to time. However the more I… 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
New Look for 27th Street
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
Hey why aren’t you posting?….
…..asked one imaginary reader. Why, my brain is empty this week, and I’m re-upping. Don’t despair. I’ll be back soon.
No blogging tonight
….we’re resting our brains.
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?
Thursday evening in The LB
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