At Your Fingertips

Nowadays, I do a lot of writing on my phone.

Whether I am making a list, writing a poem or typing up a new blog post the words are most likely to be started and stored in this device that can fit in our hands.

In the past few years it has become so much easier to convey and put our thoughts out there, with a few taps of our fingers and an Internet connection. Instead of publishing books, sending mail, or even working on laptops, people can know what I am thinking in mere seconds.

These little devices connect us to everything, everyone and everywhere. It is crazy, but good crazy.

Not to mention, so very convenient. It allows people like me to access and start blogs, YouTube channels, and more to share with others of the same mind. We can create our dreams, and tool to start with is right in our hands.


Toronto and the AGO

In July my family and I made a little trip to Toronto. It is one of the biggest cities in Canada (in fact, the biggest). We did a bit shopping, ate at some nice restaurants and visited St. Lawrence Market.

But the best and my favourite place we went to while in Toronto was The AGO, the Art Gallery of Ontario.

The exhibition we saw while visiting the museum was “The Idea of The North” by Lawren Harris, who was a part of the Group of Seven. The Group of Seven was a group of Canadian landscapes painters in the 1920s.

Below I have added pictures I took during the trip to Toronto, mostly images from the gallery. I hope you enjoy them!