Richard's Blogosphere

I went on a couple of trips, attended events, and otherwise spent another three months not sheltering in place.

Published by Richard on January 13th, 2022

Since July of this year, I've been to Hamilton twice, went to an Ontario cottage for the first time while living in Toronto, and have gone to a co-working space every couple of weeks or so. While I've mostly been working from home, I haven't exactly been sheltering in place like I did for the previous 16 months.

Published by Richard on October 13th, 2021

My review of The Minister, an Icelandic TV drama, appeared in the September 2021 newsletter of the Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto (of which I am currently the secretary). I am reprinting it here with permission.

Published by Richard on September 1st, 2021

I attended a Hamilton Honey Badgers game.

Published by Richard on July 25th, 2021

Having someone to speak with and continuously practicing writing is essential in learning a language.

Published by Richard on July 19th, 2021

Toronto is opening up even further.

Published by Richard on July 13th, 2021

I spent the afternoon on Toronto Islands.

Published by Richard on July 5th, 2021

I love art you can touch or site on or walk inside, and did so with all of the art exhibits at Spring Stations this year.

Published by Richard on July 2nd, 2021

Toronto feels like a city again.

Published by Richard on June 13th, 2021

I celebrate Towel Day every May 25th as an homage to my favourite author, Douglas Adams.

Published by Richard on May 25th, 2021