Are you sick of seeing all the updates with their incrimental progress?
Should I wait for the final photo?
Here is Honey Napkin, almost finished on the 3rd last row.
My new place has a splendid view of a marvellous hidden little Toronto secret: St. Michael’s Cemetery, which is the city's oldest surviving Roman Catholic cemetery. It opened in 1855.
It covers 10-acres, is invisible from the road and located in the middle of the block of a prominent Toronto street (Yonge) surrounded by homes and stores.
The only way in is through a small alleyway between two stores and the gates are usually locked. I have walked by this place every day for many years.
Now I know it is not old compared to those near Jane and Sally, but this is as old as it gets here in the New World, so I’ll take what I can get! I love it; so imagine my delight when I look out my windows!
Many would not like a view of a cemetery, but I am not one of them as I love the old places and have always enjoyed strolling through them, wherever I find myself in the world; I find these bits of green serene, peaceful and good for my soul.
The northern exposure is redeemed for the moment...