Thousands of sikhs crowd Downtown Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square in celebration of Khalsa Day. Also known as Vaisakhi, it celebrates the Sikh new year and founding of the Khalsa order of Sikhism.
One of the largest parades in Canada - and I got to capture a piece of it!
Check out the video from this amazing display of a colourful community :-)
I also had my turban tied (thanks to the awesome folks at Simply Sikh)! So I looked completely different, and it took a while for people to recognize me…which has it’s benefits (haha)!
PS. I just realized…I did one of these last year too! I use an app called Timehop that reminds me of an “on this day” every day using my various social media accounts. An awesome way to keep your time capsule in check.
Today, I went on an early morning run to the grocery store hoping I’d figure out what to make for my weekend project. But guess what? I instead ended up being even more confused because I bought TOOMANY veggies. The positive side to that was the amount of colour in my kitchen.
I spent about an hour just playing around and creating random stop motion videos using all the fruits and veggies I bought.
And then decided on making a salad bowl (healthy, yup … spontaneity, yup).
It’s always a struggle choosing what to make for my weekend projects. There’s way too much inspiration out there. Also, the minute I get on to Pinterest…I stay there for at least 1 hour. Today, I found and explored these awesome website/blogs:
Guess what? I bought an Apple product after almost 1.5 years! The excitement of opening it could NOT be contained. I had a gorgeous iPad Pro join the Apple family this week. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for a photo of some of the members of my Apple family.
I made mushrooms today. I made these last week for dinner and they turned out super yummy (I know, surprise surprise).
But hey, I decided to give them a go again… It sucks that I don’t follow a recipe because I can never make two things that taste the same.