Thursday, June 11, 2009


Slept in a bit as yesterday was an extremely full day. Then spent the day doing a number of minor projects in my office. Among these was editing the video from Sunday's sermon. I'll post it when it's ready.

Yesterday evening I crewed a friend's sailboat in a rather relaxed (i.e. low wind) race in Toronto's inner harbour. It was fun to be sailing, but I wouldn't have minded a bit more wind! Being over on the Toronto Islands (where the boat club is) is a whole different place from the city, and it's sometimes easy to forget they are so close. It just has a whole different, laid-back kind of vibe. People are friendlier and the air is cleaner and the birds chirp happily. Amazing.

We lost the race, but consoled ourselves with beer, mussels, and chicken cacciatore from the club's post-race buffet. From the clubhouse we could see the sun setting beautifully behind the Toronto Skyline. And because it's just Toronto Islands, I got home before 10pm!


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