I’ve been in Toronto for about 7 months now and this is still what I consider making an effort. Needless to say I haven’t had much luck in the friend making department. It’s more or less me just being a grandmother hiding in a 23 year old’s body.
the domino’s ap is so deadly.
I got my drivers license switched from Nova Scotia to Ontario today and almost cried when the woman told me that I couldn’t have my old license back. It was my last connection to N.S and I didn’t realize it would make me so sad give it up.
This is how I’ve been job searching.
An old man sat beside me at the library today and was chewing gum so loud. He did not look Heidi, he just chewed like her.
Okay Toronto. Time to find a job. I’m assuming it’s going to be just as fun as apartment hunting… but that wasn’t even fun.
I’m the worst.
Mars Diner on Yonge still has pumpkin pancakes. I needs me some of those.
Thanksgiving dinner has now come and gone. Time to quickly make a family so that I can force them to be the cast of Nepolian Dynamite for halloween
A child blatantly pointed at me and whispered something to her mother at the grocery store today and I couldn’t help but feel bullied. I don’t know what she said but I’m sure it was nothing nice because I had a rat tail happening and I was wearing an over sized sweater with spandex pants. In fact that’s probably exactly what the child said. Ugh how could she?!? She knows how to cut to the core.
When I’ve made a new friend and I’m waiting for them to text me.
When I drink too much on a Monday night and start remembering things on Tuesday.
now that my play is over and work hasn’t officially started this is all I do.. but sub out night for morning… or afternoon, evening. Anytime really.
Made it out to a new bar last night called Measure on the corner of Bloor West and Brunswick. I have to say I didn’t really my kind of place when we got there but it turned out to be a hidden gem! The bar staff were great and they have an amazing little patio out back that makes you feel like you got off the Bloor Line and ended up in Brooklyn. The owner was so nice and hung out with us until around 3:00am after they closed for the night. He told us all about his soup company that he started and about moving here from San Francisco. It was really refreshing to go to a bar and meet interesting and genuinely nice people. It was a great time and I’ll definitely make my way back there in the future!