Tuesday / Friday ➞ 2pm lunch / TIFF
Tuesday's lunch, which was a rather late one turned out pretty alright considering it was a first time meet up with a mutual friend. No awkwardness in hand, yay! Well lunch at La Societé always turn out fine, the atmosphere I reckon. So a cheers till the next lunch my turn to treat... While waiting for Jay to get off his meeting, I was wandering aimlessly along Bloor Street and made my way up to Winners to find myself gasping at a marked down Dior heels with a rather unappealing color of red before making my way to a cafe at Yorkville to satisfy the hunger pangs.
Fast forward two days. Friday had a drastic temperature drop. Summer, this really is goodbye. The annual Toronto International Film Festival had been taking place for the past two weeks and I managed to score the beau and I last minute tickets for Denis Villeneuve latest feature film, Prisoners before it hit the theaters. The prelude of standing in line an hour an a half before the movie was completely worth it for the fact that the screening took place in the historical Elgin and Winter Theatres and the movie itself was an intense piece of work. Two things that totally bummed me out though were one, the tickets for Oscar buzzed 12 Years A Slave were sold out and two, I missed out the opportunity to get my very glimpse of Downton Abbey's heir presumptive Mr Matthew Crawley a.k.a Dan Stevens for reals. Bummer, bummer, bummer...