Author: Marichka Melnyk

Using Yarn as My Crayons: A Simple Act of Self-Expression

“The collection of little skeins presented some obvious choices. There was a lively blend of red, yellow and orange that felt like the dynamic energy I wanted to bring forward with me. Thick dark brown could represent the volunteer work I do with youth in Scouts. I knew I wanted blue, a deep serious shade to reflect my duty to be constant and do solid work. And then a soft, inviting green cotton, echoing my wish to return to nature and hiking.”

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Can’t See Toronto for the Trees

If a tree falls in the city, does anybody hear it? Quite possibly not… because in between the forests of towers and skyscrapers there are real forests of trees so dense, they create silent oases that make you forget you’re still in the city at all.

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