First one looks happy, the second one looks contemplative/content, as though reflecting on some positive experience.On a side note, what do you think of the depth of field (blurry background)in paintings? Anyone?
good to see your smile. These are great...did Julie take them?
you look happier than the toronto you.word verif: prodogy.seriously. i didn't make that up.
Leave Toronto permanently before it eats your happiness.word verif: eadmagog
... I was just thinking randomly in my sleep of registering a blog named "blogmagog".Argentina looks like a great idea.
Nah, I remember the Toronto you laughing to the point of tears, dancing, and singing. On top of that the Argentine you and the Toronto you are still both really you! Speaking of laughing, I was just telling James about the time we were at that breakfast place on the corner of your street, and my chair suddenly imploded while we were playing chess (or should I say, while I was watching you trounce me at chess).word verif: deriside(sounds like something)
sure, C-dog always has some joy in him.i think he himself would agree, though, that it's been a long, long, long time since he's taken any kind of real vacation.this one looks good on him, i'd say. i predict a return to TO (and a visit to Mtl) with a tougher and more creative dog than ever.
A vacation well earned by the sound of things! kudos my friend.
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