I just got back from a five day mini vacation to New York. I was visiting my lovely lady Meg and we had an absolutely wonderful time together. Here’s some highlights of our adventures.
Hello Blog World!
My apologies for my lengthly absence. It seems like only yesterday that I sat down to write down about my summer plans, but the posts do not lie. That was over a month ago. There really is no excuse for the delay in writing, but let me a least offer an explanation of what the end of June and the month of July were filled with.
Venez danser avec moi cet été/Comme Dance With Me This Summer (en français)!
Did you know that the Harbourfront Centre is running french summer camps during the month of July? Did you know that I will be the director of the french dance camp? Well, it’s happening! The camps are being run in collaboration with Collège Boréal and will be taking place in the heart of downtown Toronto. All programming will be run entirely in french and facilitated by a stellar group of staff.
We would love to have you join us at Dance camp, Creative Arts camp, Discovery camp, Young Authors camp or Young Journalists camp! Personally, I would love to see you at Dance camp with me, but I’d be just as happy to know you were hanging out with the directors from any of the other camps. But incase you just aren’t sure which camp you want to attend here is a sneak peak of what my dancing campers and I will be getting up to this summer:
Helping Make Play Safer
My mom is a pretty awesome person. I’ve sung her praises before. One of the most recent awesome things she has done is to band together with my aunt to start their own company. Three cheers for entrepreneurship! What’s even more amazing is the business they have decided to create: a gluten free, allergy friendly play dough called Giggles Fun Dough.
You may be wondering why play dough needs to be so free of allergens, kids just play with it right? But we all know that anything that goes on a kids’ hands also goes in their mouth. Everything must be tasted as far as children are concerned. So they have created a dough that is free of corn, dairy, eggs, fish, gluten, mustard, peanuts, sesame, shellfish, soy, sulphites, tree nuts, and wheat. There are also no artificial dyes or perfumes used in the product and the production facility is latex free. This way all kids can get messy, and stick their hands in their mouths.
Strike a Pose
I spent last Friday afternoon wandering through High Park with my good friend Miss Aria Evans. Along with sharing quite a lovely picnic we also stopped to take a few pictures to add to our head shot collections. Below are a few of my favourites that she took of me.