I’m always a little surprised when someone starts following me on twitter. I hardly use it, and I have like, 5 friends.
But I’m realizing that maybe updating my twitter status, or watching the status of businesses or communities could be interesting.

If anyone is interested, here’s my twitter.
catch me if you can…

5 Reasons I’m Looking Forward to February

February is freezing cold, and full of slush.
However, there are enough good things coming to make me feel warm inside!

1. vstheuniverse

Scott Pilgrim!!! So excited, I just love Ramona, and she’s on the cover!!

2. coralineposter

CORALINE. Neil Gaiman’s book beautifully animated!!

3. new-york-i-love-you-01

I fell in love with Paris, I Love You, a film with a series of vignettes from various romances around the city. Now there is New York I love you! Which is super exciting and bound to be beautiful.

4. candy-heart

Valentine’s Day! I love Valentine’s Day!!!

5. winterlicious-logo

Winterlicious!!!The City of Toronto’s Annual culinary event, with prixe fix menus at gourmet restaurants all over the city. I’m going to check out Cafe Morac on Front Street next week and let you know how it goes.

Happy February!

iphone stuff

Not that you care, but I like to fancy myself a techie kind of girl.
I’ve been trying to SSH my iphone to the computer for ages,
and it kept timing out. Last night, I was finally able to SSH themes to my phone, and I’m really happy!
I intend to make a NANA anime theme eventually.

Anyways, my phone looks like this now.

I’m using a theme called Damino, and I am currently in love with it.

I’m trying to get a lockscreen that looks like this because it’s -beautiful- and I love it. I think I’ve found the way to do it at mytriniphone but it’s not working on my phone!

I will get it to work. The reason I like my iphone is not because it’s such a great phone,
but because it can keep me entertained with all of the modifications I can add to it.

Jailbreake, of course.

Little Bee Book Review

When the weather is this cold, I don’t feel much like doing much more than curling up with a good book.
Random House had sent me this book in the first week of January, but I didn’t get around to it until yesterday. And when I did, I couldn’t put it down.
book cover

Little Bee is written by Chris Cleave. It tells the story of a young girl that has gone through incredible trials and is still a witty and strong character. Little Bee can be heartbreaking and horrific at times, but is still beautiful. This book brings international (Africa and the UK) issues right into your living room, and into other characters personal lives as well. I was captured from the opening paragraph, and I’m sure you will be too.

Little Bee will be released on February 10th. Go and grab your copy!

Top 8 of 2008

Top 8 Accomplishments

  • City of Toronto Special Events Internship
  • Artist Residency in Nova Scotia
  • Being OCADSU Internal Director
  • Going to P.E.I
  • Traveling alone and being okay
  • Not failing thesis
  • Staying in a creepy house alone
  • Discovering determination

    Top 8 Places
    1. Ludenburg, Nova Scotia
    2. Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
    3. Prince Edward Island
    4. Montreal Train Station
    5. Inside of City Hall for fireworks
    6. The Nutmeg Pantry
    7. Brooklyn Bridge, New York
    8. Westin Harbour, Toronto

    Top 8 Books

  • Bang Crunch Stories, Neil Smith
  • The Withdrawal Method, Pasha Malla
  • All My Friends Are Superheroes, Andrew Kaufman
  • Scott Pilgrim Gets it Together: Bryan Lee O Malley
  • The Secret Language of Sleep: A Couple’s Guide, Evany Thomas
  • Falling Under, Danielle Younge-Ullman
  • Unaccustomed Earth, Jhumpa Lahiri
  • Freckleface Strawberry, Julianne Moore

    Top 8 Movies

  • Paris, J’taime
  • Ghost town
  • Jodha Akbar
  • Tropic Thunder
  • Hors de Prix
  • Wanted
  • Persepolis
  • Santosh Subramaniam

    Top 8 Obessessions

  • Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl
  • Andrew from Jack’s Mannequin
  • NANA manga
  • Gossip Girl
  • Hrithik
  • A.R Rahman
  • Cydia
  • Urban Outfitters

    Top 8 Purchases

  • iphone. [sigh. I sold out.]
  • VAIO laptop CR120
  • Canon 8MP Camera…v.2
  • Sony iphone alarm clock dock

    Okay, so I only have 4.

    Top 8 Things

  • Toby the turtle
  • Semikolon notebooks
  • Liv by au lit
  • Karma Soap
  • Philosopy Falling in Love Perfume
  • STRUT Magazine
  • Citrus Bergamont Perfume by Fresh
  • Wholefoods

    Top 8 Websites/Webcomics

  • Cracked
  • Scary Go Round Webcomic
  • Geek Sugar
  • Fail Blog
  • blogTO
  • XKCD webcomic
  • The Frisky
  • Facebook….sigh.
  • La Tea Da Review

    On Friday afternoon a friend and I set out to achieve a mission. This was to have afternoon tea, and consume pastries. Unfortunately, we didn’t factor in leaving from Queen and Yonge in the heart of rush hour. We did end up making it to our chosen destination, La Tea Da, a mere half an hour before closing. We were quickly ushered in and shown to our seats, all the while being cheerfully admonished by the owner for our late arrival. Although we had originally wanted to sample a High Tea, we ended up settling for a Cream Tea instead and were not disappointed. A Cream Tea consists of tea and scones, while a High Tea has three courses: scones, finger sandwiches and an assortment of pastries.

    We were served our tea in matching blue teapots set atop of ceramic tea warmers. The tea warmers had small tea lights inside to keep our drink piping hot.

    I ordered Chocolate Indian Tea, and my friend had the Prince of Wales- a black tea with a hint of currant. We both enjoyed our teas.

    As we were sipping our tea, we were served the daily selection of scones, (blueberry and cranberry) warm from the oven. We were given an assortment of jams, clotted cream and butter. The scones were excellent and fresh, despite our late arrival. I’m not very fond of berries inside of my baked goods, but these were delicious! Although the owner was busy bustling around, we were never rushed or made to feel like we were inconveniencing her. She told us to take our time, although she did lock up to make sure our meal (we were seated right in front of the window) didn’t encourage latecomers.

    As we were leaving, we noted all of the charmingly mismatched tea cups set on each table. “You can pick them up and flip them over if you like. Everyone does that.”

    We did. La Tea Da is a great place to go with a friend on a sunny, cloudy, or even rainy afternoon. We will definitely go back to try the High Tea, hopefully next time with more time to spare!

    La Tea Da 2305 Queen Street East,
    (416) 686-5787


    Tuesday-Sunday: 11:00am-6:00pm Closed on Mondays

    Cream Tea: $12.00


    rant: best buy

    Today I had a simple goal. To price match this object:

    A sony alarm clock radio for my iphone. It was retailing at Best Buy for$99.99, but was on sale for $79.00 for Boxing Week. Since they were sold out at The Source, I simply wanted to price match it, and buy it.

    For Christmas, I had gotten a ihome speaker dock. I wanted an alarm clock radio, though.

    I went to three Best Buy’s and one Futureshop in desperation. Even the future shop, where there was NO SALE, was sold out. Even though it was retailing for $109.99! Despite being told that they had “lots” at Best Buy, at 9:50pm, when I went there was none. I can’t belive that this is so hard to get a hold of. The sale isn’t -that- good. Best Buy has other, cheaper docks on sale. Is everyone trying to price match? Does the world hate me?

    All I know is that I have 2 more days to try and find a store that actually still carries this.This irks me so much. On Saturday, I was in Best Buy beside a stack of at least 30. Of course, that was before I saw The Source flyer, for $49.99.

    I will not give up. I will return victorious.

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