Thursday, June 18, 2015

Wishlist - June

Again, the stuff that would be cool to have but I really don't need.

  1. Something from ButterAvenue Patisserie & Cafe please! I've never gotten anything from here before but the desserts and menu items look super duper cute! This is a picture I got from their facebook page: 
  2. A cute Kimono. These modern robes are so cute. Here's a picture from yesstyle:
  3. The Yes Yes Yes Massage Bar. "Hits all the right spots" it claims. "Made with our sexiest fragrance," lush claims. Well you know what? I want to try it. If it's seductive enough I'll use it when massaging my boyfriend. 
  4. Muji Stationary. Ever since I watched JaneandJady's video of what's in their backpacks, I've wanted more Muji stationary to add to my collection. Maybe I need some notebooks and pens to start my CFA1 studying.
  5. Beach Trip. I had a lot of fun on a day beach trip with my friends last summer...Maybe it'll happen again this year? Hopefully...

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Most Memorable Moment - Islington Station

Ooh, it was hard to pick a single moment for this one, but are you ready for it?

When you ran down the corridor towards the last Mississauga bus stop to give me a mitten back. We were sharing a pair of mittens that day. The light grey ones. You were already headed in the opposite direction when we said our goodbyes for that day. Realizing that you forgot to return the mitten that we shared, you chased me on that subway line and caught me before I caught the bus at Islington station. And you did! Just so that I could give that mitten to you to keep. We now each have one mitten in that pair.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Most Memorable Moment - Castle Frank Station

My most memorable moment of this station was walking outside of this station on a bright summer afternoon and playing the trust game with you. I was to close my eyes and walk backwards down a slight;y declined and very uneven side walk with dangerous scary stones. You were guiding me down and said to trust you to catch me if I fall. I trusted you, I still trust you...with all my heart. I may pretend not to, but I do. The question is: do you trust me?

#currentmood

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

That Cute Coffee Shop

It was a childhood dream of mine to open my own coffee shop. A non-franchise, locally owned coffee shop. I've always loved the ambiance of a coffee shop even as a kid--when I didn't drink coffee. Passing by coffee shop store fronts in the city while growing up made me love the atmosphere even more.
From Pintrest
There aren't many locally owned coffee shops in the suburban city that I live in but heading into the city of Toronto, there are many. Since in the area I live in, there aren't many locally owned shops, I often go to the Starbucks nearby. I occasionally go to Starbucks for some caffeine at different times of the day at different times of the week. From what I observed, during the coffee shop rush hours on weekdays --before the early morning commute, lunch time, and after office hours-- I'd see the rush of people going in and out getting their drinks and leaving. There's that thrill of the rush. Then of course, the thrill is followed by the slow hours of the day or on weekends. That's when dates are scheduled, students find a spot to study, small support groups hold their meetings, etc.

It's that calm feeling of a coffee shop, with the buzz of talking customers and the scent of brewing coffee mixed with the small selection of baked snacks during the slower hours of the shop contrasted to the rush hours of coffee shops that makes the environment stand out.

A lot of things can happen at a coffee shop. Dates, meetings, students studying, support circles, etc. It may sometimes seem like normal everyday things but each experience created could be special to each individual. My boyfriend and I had our first date at a coffee shop. A small Starbucks in the middle of the financial district of Toronto actually, but let's save that story for another post.

From Pintrest
Aside from the coffee shop ambiance that I'd love to be apart of. My childhood dream of opening one of these shops also includes the opportunity to choose the interior decor. Making the place look all warm and cute, choosing the cups and serving material, and making the drinks and pastries of course. The decorative and preparation part was just all so thrilling. Then the pride of owning a super cute coffee shop. It was all part of a dream I had.
 

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