By the time you read this, I might already be with the shaman.
We’re probably smudging sage.
I might be looking deep into my heart chakra.
Although at least we get to listen to Soundgarden. One of my all time favourite singers!
Or maybe my wife said Sound bath? What the hell is a sound bath?
What’s restorative yoga, anyways?
Will there be any seaweed wrapped around my body? Time will tell…
But I also know that readership on the Friday before a long weekend is typically muted, at best, so I’m choosing to take today to spend exclusively with my wife of ten years. In body, at least. The mind is a funny thing…
My wife said she didn’t want anything for our 10-year anniversary. She’s not a possessions-type of person. She doesn’t subscribe to consumerism. Not only that, her exact words, multiple times over the last month were, “I don’t need or want anything for our anniversary. I have everything I need here with you and the kids!”
The folks at my office had a good laugh at that.
You should have seen their faces when I said, “…..so in the end, I didn’t get her anything!”
Absolute horror. I think they were scared for their own safety.
One remarked, “You’re the guy. You’re going to be ‘that guy’ who we all hear about who actually doesn’t get a single thing for his wife on their ten-year wedding anniversary, and then acts confused as to why it didn’t go so well. Oh, man. This is amazing. I’ve always wondered what ‘that guy’ looks like but he’s sitting right in front of me!”
Is Laura Secord around? Can I get my wife a box of chocolates or something?
I mean, wouldn’t dare repeat Christmas of 2018 and get her another Insta-Pot…
Folks, we’ve hit the halfway mark of 2023 and I absolutely cannot believe it.
I’m like Jackie Chan watching clips of my old movies and crying because the time has passed by so quickly, but don’t despair, because after the first-half of any year comes the glorious second half. And that means another 70-80 post here on Toronto Realty Blog, not to mention six more months of activity in the Toronto real estate market.
I have a couple of fun interviews planned for July, which I’ll describe in detail next week as I ask for questions from the readers.
But what else should we do here on TRB in the second half of 2023?
We will be re-designing the website this summer and are hoping for a late-fall launch.
Are there any topics or themes that need to explored and discussed?
Are there any features, either existing or not, that need to be included, changed, updated, or deleted in the TRB V 6.0?
I’m all ears.
Except my ears are probably in this goddam sound-bath right now, which is slightly better than a mud bath. I think…
Wishing everybody a safe, happy, and memorable Canada Day long weekend!
See you all back here on Tuesday.