Like You Were Before
October 27th, 2005.
The temperature in Toronto was 12 degrees celcius.
The Canadian dollar was at 80 cents to the American dollar, 85 cents to the Euro, and 52 p to the pound.
It was intermittently sunny and cloudy. In the UK it was probably cloudy.
The Toronto Argonauts were playing the Hamilton Tigercats at the Rogers Centre. The Standing Senate Committee was being held on National Security and Defence.
But I certainly didn't know or care about these things. What I did care about was the fact that I had just bought a camera.
"A tremendously moving universality... We all share the bittersweet ache that stirs with recollections of moments we'll never have again."
-Mary Brennan, The Herald
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