Day 18 Stretches

Day 18 Stretches

Day 18
Well the challenge for yesterday was to show your neighbourhood, and ironically I went to a different neighbourhood today. I went with my good friend Philli to Romni Wool. Yes I did! (I know there's a lot of knitters reading this)
Philli and I then took a walk along Queen street, so that was fun. It's good to get out of your own neighbourhood, see different shops, different people, stretch out of your comfort zone. 
This last week the universe has shown me I'm getting a little too comfortable in my life, and it is time for me to stretch myself a bit more. I don't know yet how that will be actualized, but I'm eager to discover.
So, I guess today's prompt is show us how your stretch yourself, however you may wish to interpret that.

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