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Brunch, community

Sisterhood Brunch Club

by Vivien Leung

Toronto — Although I had 28 people said yes to my invitation and I prepared 28 thank you cards 1, my intuition kept telling me at least 1/3 of them would end up cancelling. I even dreamt about people cancelling the night before. 2 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Saturday night | 10:30pm | 3 cancellation | expected attendees: 25 Before going to bed, I check...

Creativity, community, Ideas

Then & now.

by Elisa Adams

Leigh-on-sea — For the past hour we had been making polite conversation. Discussing ideas that may or may not come to fruition but it was just nice to get them out there. To breathe. To let go for a little while. “...

#100HappyDays, Creativity, community

Reflections on 100 Happy Days

by So-Shan Au

Surbiton — I wrote this reflection about my #100happydays experience but never got round to publishing this on Hi! but as the Hi! community formed a big part of my experience, I thought I should publish this, ho...

places, community, Drinking places

There are different ways and degrees of settling down. I have usually been wary of them, perhaps out of ignorance.

by Marlon Jones

Sherborne — The question of settling reminds me of FBI agent Dale Cooper, in Twin Peaks, who not only pursues the case, but also forms attachments with the town and its residents. He advises the local sheriff to...

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