October 8, 2010



I can't say how grateful I am for the interesting displays I catch around the city. Or, maybe I just did... (seen @ Harbourfront Centre, Toronto)


Word of the day.

Wassail –  \ WAH-sul; wah-SAYL \  , noun;1. An expression of good wishes on a festive occasion, especially in drinking to someone. 2. An occasion on which such good wishes are expressed in drinking; a drinking bout; a carouse. 3. The liquor used for a wassail; especially, a beverage formerly much used in England at Christmas and other festivals, made of ale (or wine) flavored with spices, sugar, toast, roasted apples, etc. adjective:  1. Of or pertaining to wassail, or to a wassail; convivial; as, a wassail bowl. transitive verb:  1. To drink to the health of; a toast. intransitive verb:  1. To drink a wassail.

I intend to raise a red-wined wassail, this weekend, to all the many people, places and things that lift me up on a daily basis.

Stay tuned…


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