Making it Work

My partner and I moved to College and Ossington when we first came to Toronto.

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Before Ossington was ‘Ossington’. It was affordable then.

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Since then, Graffiti Alley has always been important to me. It was one of the first spaces that we found when we were together in the city.

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But about two years ago, we took some time apart.

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Graffiti Alley was also where we decided to make it work. It’s interesting to go back, with all the changes in our lives.

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We did make it work, and now we’ve been together for ten years.

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Thanks to Niki for sharing her story. Check out her fashion and design blog, and follow her on Instagram!

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