This 3 Bedroom SouthWest facing beauty is across from College Park with a view down Yonge st straight to the water….
Had a fun time at a fundraising cooking lesson by Mairlyn Smith for New Circles charity. The food was yummy, Moroccan chicken, olives and blueberry crisp in the hostesses mother’s teacups! Jackson Triggs provided the wine Mairlyn the lesson and laughs And me….I was just the kitchen wench!
Everyone is grumbling about how cold it is outside! And, after driving in that blizzard I agree. But I also love winter for other reasons, snowboarding! Hockey! How enchanting the world looks with a fresh blanketing of snow, like a winter wonderland. Some ideas for enjoying the cold outside can also include staying inside! Maybe
Are the depths of January getting you down? One of my fabulous clients suggested taking a Sommelier course, so I did! Yesterday’s class I tried a glass of Torrontes which is grown 7,000 feet above sea level in the foothills of the Andes in Argentina. If you would like more information, send me a message
Curious about the market? Don’t believe the tabloids Curious George. Why not meet with my mortgage professional and me! Would love for you to join us February 25th at 6 pm for a casual event. Private message me for more details.
The weather outside is frightful, so let’s go eat where it’s delightful! Just a quick introduction to 3 relatively new places along this stretch of the Danforth. The Wren has a solid tap list with a cozy atmosphere with an innovative menu according to it’s reviews. El Sol has amazing margaritas and the portion sizes
January is always an inspiring month. A new year has started and beginnings always bring excitement and inspiration. In keeping with that theme here are some ideas to start the new year off with a bang: Take a course and learn new ideas. Truffle making workshop? Small engine mechanic course? Start a small do it