So I am really liking my new apartment, it's a fun older building, wood floors, high ceilings, etc. feels very New York. it's on a side street that connects Little Italy to Portugal Village, so barely a day has gone by in the past two weeks without a parade of honking cars and cheering people celebrating all the World Cup victories of those two countries til the wee hours of the night.
Being back in Toronto during the World Cup is great because there's people from all over the world, flags hanging from windows and car antennas. Pretty much any time any country wins there are people celebrating in some part of the city, which is really cool.
I'm supporting Mexico, which barely managed to squeek into the next round, despite playing all of thier games very well and some absolutely terrible refereeing against them in thier game against Portugal yesterday. Now they have to play against Argentina. Fingers crossed ¡México olé!
In other news, I went for an interview at a placement agency, so she said she had some jobs which looked suited for me. I should hear back in a few days. Fingers crossed again.
Also, this weekend is Gay Pride in Toronto. Should be very gay. I'm looking forward to it.