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Posted on January 28, 2012 by tish.iceton
The TTC retired their oldest subway train yesterday. Who can forget these uncomfortable plastic seats in the heat of summer?
click here for the video from City News reporter Cynthia Mulligan as she takes us on a memory ride.
toronto, TTC subway
January 28, 2012
Ah yes, the times they are a chagin, aren’t they? I remember those trains and annoying “orange seats” very well (hot as hell in the summer and cold as ice in the winter). I had to chance to see the new trains last year and was quite impressed with them. Well as they say, “Out With The Old, In With The New” (the proposal theme I have come with for my darling Fiona who I plan to propose, God willing starting Mother’s Day weekend (proposal date on my birthday May 15 to make up for all my $%&**# birthdays I ‘ve had), right through the following weekend (Victoria Day) in Niagara Falls (where I plan to serenade her). Hell, who knows, maybe we’ll take a ride together on the new trains!
I would like to provide a sample preview for those interested using fallopian YOUTUBE (it is my dream to make up for all the lost years living in Toronto without love from day 1). Check it out (next blog)
334 days and still BELIEVING in MIRACLES and the KINDNESS of STRANGERS!
Don’t be shy give it a try—to those who are thinking about proposing this year, but have doubts (or next year), take my advice, “don’t be afraid of commitnment”. Despite what people tell you and their own experiences (good or bad), in my opinion gettin married is the BETTER option.
January 28, 2012
Here is a sample preview from RainbowRay’s “Out With The Old, In With The New” Pliksh Plaksh Proposal Proposal” this coming May. On fallopian YOUTUBE type:
Jack Layton’s Casket Guards Change-Toronto City Hall
Like I said, Jack Layton’s death and his inspirational letter “inspired me to keep going” in following my dreams (giving hope). I remember the funeral and attended the visitation at City Hall (where my dad worked as a muncipal engineer for the city for many years). I thought what a better way to express your love for someone and to make up for all those years is by telling them at the place where your father worked and where he took me and my brother skating at Nathan Phillips Square when we were kids.
Fiona and I attended a CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) presentation at City Hall back in 2005 which I thought was special for me.
I plan to sing a song for her at City Hall sometime during that week after Mother’s Day, the classic Flintstones song “Open Up Your Heart and Let The Sunshine In” (we both love The Flintstones–nostalgia you know and I wrote my own version of that song implementing RainbowRay in it, expressing my love for her and letting go of the past and welcoming in the new. What a better place then city hall for that where dad worked!
On fallopian YOUTUBE type:
Pebbles and Bamm Bamm-Let the Sunshine In
So, that’s a sample preview of my proposal What do ya think? Think it will make up for everything! I DO!
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334 days and COUNTING sweetheart!
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