I think it can go down on record that we have had the longest winter and spring ever! Now the trees are finally full of their leaves, the flowers are in full bloom and today and the rest of the week sunny with tempratures in the mid 20's YES ! sigh ! Well the music/orchestra world for me has slowed down to a stop. The Oshawa and Scarborough Symphony seasons have ended, and my horn has been in its case and not seen the light of day for a week now. Back in the day when I still lived in Amsterdam, this would be the end of the opera season as well, and I would be packing and getting ready to come home for the summer. " Wendy Camp" was a favorite time of the year for the kids... as I was the aunt that took them places and entertained them all summer. Now the ' kids' are all grown up and working at summer jobs... So its left to me entaintaing Milo..
as shown here ... we go down to Cherry Beach , on Lake Ontario and as you can see, Milo just loves to go in the water... here she is telling me to " quick take a picture of me and the swan mommy !"
Wendy has suffered from morbid Obesity all of her life. This blog contains stories from the past and present. How her weight has affected her life. With daily updates and inserts, this all attributes to her recent decision (January 1, 2008) to begin her massive weight loss project. Her goal is to lose 200 pounds by her 50th birthday, being July 23, 2009. On July 1st Wendy reached a goal of weighing 250 pounds, but there after she unfortunately went off the diet. On Jan 1, 2011 Wendy started her weight-loss journey once again. An accomplished classical horn player, Wendy has performed with the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony , the Niagara Symphony, and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician she has performed with the Toronto Chamber Orchestra, Amici Chamber Ensemble and Network Winds. Wendy is also Executive Director of the Community Folk Arts Council of Toronto.