I don’t live in Toronto anymore. I used to for many years until my partner and I moved to the country about sixteen years ago. It wasn’t that we didn’t like Toronto, we did – and still do. We moved away in part for the peace and quiet, the lack of crowds. We live, literally, in the middle of nowhere now, not another sign of civilization in sight. At night, you can hear a pin drop. So to come to Toronto on a day like this is kind of jarring, but in an entirely good way.