I think I’m starting to like Toronto again and looking on the brightside

It’s not so bad. The people here are very attractive, the streets are fun to ride bikes on, and most places you’d ever want to go to are very close. Being back in the city is not bad at all, not one bit. Now is definitely a time to be positive and so I will make a list of 5 things that make me happy, even though I think I’ve done this before and they were similar items oh well:

  1. When people on the street ask me for directions like I’m a local or something. That’s great. And even better when I know where to direct them. So good.
  2. Leaving town on the weekends. As much as the big smoke is pretty ok like I’ve said, having access to various wonderlands and people to visit close by means there is no reason to spend days off in the city.
  3. The idea of things getting better. When you can tell you’re on an uphill rather than a downhill and you have far off things that you’re looking forward to and you can look at the past and see how you’ve grown, that’s the best.
  4. People that are good to you and you are good to them. Those friends and family that are unconditional and wonderful and you don’t have to think about it because we are just so great together.
  5. Driving a car with a GPS. I really suggest this to you because it’s so awesome to drive somewhere you have never been before, for example the Buffalo-Niagara Int’l airport, using a GPS to navigate. Just really great and fun to do believe me.

One Response to “I think I’m starting to like Toronto again and looking on the brightside”

  1. Fiona says:

    Love the list. Number 1 I like because it is a good feeling when you have a place where you feel like you belong. Number 2… you know how I feel about that subject! (the City) Number 3 speaks of hope… always a good thing. Number 4 made me cry – good tears though! But number 5!!!! I tried to drive with my husband once with one of those GPS’ and I’ll tell you he nearly killed us! He couldn’t keep his eyes off the GPS screen… it was like it was a TV to him or something – and he couldn’t control himself at all. He barely had his eyes on the road. I had to turn it to face me – he just couldn’t get past the visual distraction. However I understand the concept and why it could be fun – in theory if not in experience!!! Thanks for sharing this.

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