Happy Sunday! What are you up to this weekend? I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather so I’ve spent most of it wrapped up on the couch catching up on season 3 of Homeland. Christmas has arrived in Toronto with trees dressed up in twinkly lights and stores showing off their holiday windows. This week, I have plans to head to the Toronto Christmas Market in The Distillery District with friends. I can’t wait to sip on mulled wine and hot chocolate! Do you have a Christmas Market in your area?
As always, I am sharing the notable things I read and watched this week…
+ Humans of New York refugee stories now all in one place.
+ Riding the waves on Jamaica’s southern coastline. “Surfers here see the untapped potential and hope to use the sport of surfing to create a better life not only for themselves but for their community as well.”
+ Julia’s gorgeous photos and bright winter outfit make me almost excited for snow.
+ Old Navy has tons of great scarves.
+ Watching this world record-breaking 500 meter slackline walk in Utah made my palms sweat.
+ ‘Tis the season for pretty holiday gift wrap.
+ A documentary about Copenhagen restaurant, Noma is coming out December 18!
Fall reading update:
I finally turned the final page on The Martian. It took me way longer to get through than I anticipated it would. I am not a science fiction fan at all, but I loved this one.
I started Five Days at Memorial from my fall reading list last night. Have you read it?
(Photo snapped in Yonge-Dundas Square.)