kruchakcreative I swear, this peony is as big as a dinner plate. 1d

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kruchakcreative Nutty Club. The sweetest endcap display in the history of Canada's grocery industry. 2d

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kruchakcreative Shopping for plants at Costco. My job is to push the cart and take pictures. 5d

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kruchakcreative Bailey, the neighbour dog, just went shark fishing. #adogslife 6d

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kruchakcreative What a charming way to acknowledge Victoria Day. @flowers_ink's dad or one his three brothers brought this tiny wristlet to Canada from England (or had it made) at the end of World War II. The little coins are strung together like a royal charm bracelet – Queen Victoria from 1898, George V from the 1920s and '30s and George VI from 1941. 7d

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kruchakcreative Field of yellow, and a little red surprise. 1w

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kruchakcreative I've never looked better. 1w

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kruchakcreative As a writer I trust the wisdom of this pencil. 2w

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kruchakcreative It's been over 40 years since I graduated from the U of Manitoba, but whenever I go back, I'm struck that just about the only thing that differentiates young scholars of today from those who walked the halls in the 1970s is technology. Everyone has a mobile device now. So, I was pleased to find this dinosaur still sitting in a corner of the cafeteria at St. Paul's College. It probably doesn't get much use these days, but back in my time, it was the only way to call home, contact your friends or make dates. Long live the pay phone! 2w

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kruchakcreative The stately College Building at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. It's cornerstone was laid in 1910 by Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 2w

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kruchakcreative Where the spiral begins and ends. 3w

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