Its been quite a while since I have posted on this site.
In spite of covid and lockdowns, I have been busy operating a small Canadian business, which seems to be outlasting lockdowns and covid 19. Here it is https://thirdfloorstuff.com/ but enough of self promotion, not the purpose of this post
When this third lockdown (in Ontario) was announced. I needed something to get me through it.
So every morning I move my stationary bike in front of the smart tv, and open YouTube and search virtual bike tours (now I don’t have too, it recommends bike tours, which is a wonderful surprise) Turn off the lights and emmerse myself.
I have posted on Facebook everyday- a travel diary, I suppose. I have virtually toured over 40 cities and biked over 600kms. It’s been great. Some cities are on my bucket list. Some I probably will not get too so those tours were really interesting. Some cities are now on my amended bucket list.
Our world is stunning and beautiful
Some of my friends have statred biking as well. I will include some of the links below. Enjoy!
Eat Bike Love
Credit to all the wonderful people who uploaded these videos
I’ve been nominated for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award! It’s exciting and validating. Thank you Julie,
From the Kitchen of Julie, your page is creative which I love and best of all full of unique tasty recipes!
Here are the rules:
1. You must link the person who has nominated you.
2. You must share 7 things other bloggers may not know about you.
3. Nominate up to 15 people.
4. You must go to their blogs and notify your nominees.
Here are my seven facts about me:
Followed the recommended path -graduated from Mcgill University
I took a chance and invested in a retail store called ATHENA
Sold my business to raise our children – no regrets
Love my morning coffee
Creative, Sarcastic and Loyal
I love learning and debating but I also enjoy passively listening and watching all that life has to offer
I am loving this whole experience of exploring your blogs and creating my blogs – I thank you all
If you have school aged children in your household you know there are plenty of pieces of art, tests and school projects. It is difficult to keep every masterpiece but even more difficult to throw them away.
For many years now, when the kids bring home tests and artwork, I snap a picture and upload it into a photobook. The original art stays on the fridge for a week or two and without guilt it is thrown away.
At the end of the school year the kids and the teacher can see their whole year in a hard covered compact photo book. The teachers even write a note in the photobook!
Sketch by my grade 8 daughter- good job KT! Now also captured on the web!