Jazzy & Me in Little Italy

I’m sitting in a restaurant in Little Italy across a table from Jazzy. We’re having an amazing time together. She flew in Tuesday night and we’ve been inseparable ever since.

We rented a movie Tuesday night, then she came with me last night as I taught my photography workshop in and around the U of T campus. She grabbed my camera and learned it right along with my other students. It was a great way for us to wander around Toronto together.

Tonight I taught another Workshop in the Distillery District. She enthusiastically took that in too, snapping even more photos while exploring yet another part of the city she hadn’t seen before.

We’re finding a nice….

[Jarrett tells Jazzy to shut up so he can focus on his blogging]

…we’re finding a nice balance together. Hanging out, talking, musing, reading and laughing. I often worry that she’s growing up in Vancouver without me in her life. These moments, like the ones we’ve been sharing together – they make me feel the unbreakable connection that lives between us.

I love my beautiful little girl. My first Toronto summer just became that much more special.

3 thoughts on “Jazzy & Me in Little Italy

  1. Jazzy was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her father at the coffee shoppe, and having nothing to do: once or twice she creeped upon the entry her father was writing, but alas it no longer had pictures or conversations in it, ‘and what is the use of a blog,’ thought Jazzy, ‘without any pictures or conversations?’

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