Sunday, April 27, 2008

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Bizarre kitchen accident

I never remember to check the top shelf of the cupboard before I go grocery shopping when lasagna is on the week's roster. I'll come home with a package, only to find that I already have at least two mismatched (whole-wheat, oven-ready, regular) packages lurking on the shelf.

This week I remembered not to buy noodles and was pleased to find that memory served and there were indeed two packages in stock. I was ready to use the oven-ready ones when I changed my mind and decided to reach for the healthier package of whole-wheat pasta teetering in the basket on the top shelf..... SMASH! I have learned that 1) lasagna noodle boxes should be stored upright, with the tab inserted in the slot, 2) shattered uncooked lasagna noodles are sharp and 3) my dog Six will eat anything remotely resembling food.

The good news is that I am 45 minutes away from a cooked lasagna (made from not-as-healthy regular noodles) and that I no longer have a surplus of lasagna noodles.


Friday, April 18, 2008

Our Neighbourhood...

IMAJING photography is featured in the artist profile of this month's issue of Our Neighbourhood Magazine - a free publication servicing the Queen West neighbourhood.

The online version can be found

Thanks to August '07 wedding couple Carol-Ann and Matt, I was chosen to be featured in this magazine! Click on the feature story to read Carol-Ann Ryan's tips on wedding planning and also to see one of my favourite shots from her wedding (August 2007). Her husband, who is by the way, Doctor, Matthew Follwell authored the artist profile on page 28 - a elegantly written piece summarizing the garbled point-form notes I sent to him a few months ago. (You have to click on the PDF version in order to read the artist profile).

Thank you Carol-Ann and Matt!