I found this sign in my old neighborhood. I like it somehow... the color and the dancer. Unfortunately, I'm not sure if the actual school still exists as this building has a sign up saying that it under consideration for rezoning (i.e. will be torn down soon to make room for more condos).
Hope you are enjoying One a Day from Toronto on auto pilot. Don't forget about the old-timers on my travel blog. And definitely stop by Signs, Signs to see more signs from around the world!
I recently took a tour around the York Cemetery. It may sound morbid, but I love cemeteries. I find them fascinating and there's plenty of photographic fodder. This particular mausoleum is quite new and modern. Each honoree gets their own glassed in shelf where their loved ones can put some photos and treasures on display. It was really tasteful and gave a small glimpse into the lives of these loved-ones who have passed on.
Hope you are enjoying One a Day from Toronto on auto pilot. I've still got more old-timers on my travel blog so don't forget to stop by!
A beautiful sign of spring! Today I'm headed back to Jackson for a few days and then I'll be off to Germany to spend some quality time with my MiL. I don't have internet in Jackson anymore, so I've set the blog up for automatic posting. But I'll be more active once I'm in Germany.
Hope everyone had a lovely weekend. To see more flowers from around the world, visit Today's Flowers.
This is the foyer of the apartment building I will live in until Saturday morning. There are tons of amenities like a 24-hour concierge, swimming pool, gym, bowling alley and a golf simulation machine. It will sad to leave all of these things, but I'll be glad to have more space. It's been a tight squeeze in our little one-bedroom. I'll miss this place though.
If you like Geneva, stop by my travel blog. I'm featuring the Swiss city all week!
The colorful Canadian Post mailboxes. Slip your letter in one of these and it'll be on the way to it's destination in no time! It's certainly a change from their less lively blue cousins in the US. But I like them, change is good!
To see more mailboxes from around the world, visit today's CDP theme day.