Kathy's Blog (5)

How many kids live on your street?

Today I was trying to calculate how many children live on our street.  We counted 18 and I'm sure there's a few that have been missed.  They're all under 8 years old and I find this truly amazing.  

 

How many kids live on your street?

Added by Kathy on May 25, 2011 at 6:40pm — No Comments

Pizza Pans and the bounty at Chelsea Bakery

We decided to have pizza the other night - home made pizza
While out making a last minute run to get a half pound of coffee from The Big Guys, I remembered seeing these great pizza pans at the Everything For 99 Cents store. Large round pans with holes in them, pizza pans!…


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Added by Kathy on February 20, 2010 at 10:37am — No Comments

My Saturday Afternoon on Lake Shore...

I had a few things to do up on Lake Shore this afternoon and decided to bring along my camera



This is the first in what I'd like to call my Photo Diary, consisting of things I like to do, places I enjoy shopping,

the way I spend my free time...plus a few tidbits that I find too cool to leave out!





First task: Upload my digital photos at the Dandy One Hour Photo Centre at 4th St. and Lake Shore Blvd W.

I love this place, I find the colours turn… Continue

Added by Kathy on March 7, 2009 at 6:29pm — 5 Comments

Tour of Art.. "Walk The Shore"

Hello folks!
I'm posting a link to the Tour Of Art being put on my the Waterfront Trail Artists.. here it is
http://www.trailart.org/tour.html

Lets get out and stroll along the Lake Shore, do some shopping, hopefully it will be a sunny day
and we can all start the year off on a positive community note!

Added by Kathy on March 6, 2009 at 9:58pm — No Comments

Cool finds at Ontario Foods!

Recently, I was on a mission to make some Thai food, Thai Green Curry to be exact... We had had it the previous night at my sisters place, she bought this really good President's Choice sauce at Value Mart. Anyways, scouring the isles of Ontario Foods I found this Thai Green Curry paste, from Thailand, its one of those products where you use a tablespoon or two and a can of coconut milk, and then add the rest. There's probably enough in there to last… Continue

Added by Kathy on January 20, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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