Thanksgiving Adventures : My Weekend In Photos

Good Morning Toronto! Waking up with the sun is only a shame not to do when I am lucky enough to have a view like this. I hope everyone had a wonderful, happy & tummy- filled weekend. Here are some of my adventures in photo form. I hope we all found something to be thankful for this weekend, regardless of any bows and arrows the winds brought your way.

I am so thankful this Thanksgiving for my parents, who are the two biggest inspirations a girl could ask for. Big ups to Liz and Frank people ❤

Enjoy.

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Farmer’s Market @ Nathan Phillips Square. The last one is this Wed from 8-2!

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“THE CURE”, a caesar from Hunter’s Landing. A schooner sized glass filled with hangover helpers, and topped with a lobster tail, beef slider, smoked gouda, tomato, cucumber, bacon, olives, pickled carrots, celery and a chilli pepper.

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Scarborough Bluffs Park, an unreal look-out from the East end. During the summer months, the fully secluded beach area is perfect, and yes the water is actually okay to swim in. This view is amazing, you really need to see it to believe it. In these pics we are standing about 100 feet above the water on an edge with no fence. It is scary but great, and so many places to post up with a blanket, a bottle of wine and some picnic materials.

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Thanksgiving at my Aunt’s house up North, how perfect is this place? I went for a solo nature walk because no one else in my family cared enough. There loss because these views are breathtaking.

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DREAM!?

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Happy Thanksgiving ❤
“The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on the green earth, dwelling deeply in the present moment and feeling truly alive.”

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