I moved to Toronto in 2012, and I didn’t know anyone in the city.
It seemed really hectic.
So I was looking for a place where I could step back, pause, and recharge.
I found the Spadina Museum House and Gardens on a list of historic Toronto sites.
They have a very private garden. It’s a very intimate space. Not crowded or far away.
One spring, I came here to see the cherry blossoms.
I just happened to fall asleep.
The wind had blown the petals off the trees, and I woke up covered in cherry blossoms!
That was really nice.
Thanks to May for sharing her story. Check out her alternative modelling work!