the art of staff

Happy Place, Happy Space

We explored the area around the St Joseph’s Church on Good Friday as part of our SG Camino runs. We couldn’t enter the church grounds but their Stations of the Cross are visible from the roads that surround the church, so we walked along the fence and prayed from there. We were not alone because others were doing the same.

Nearby was the Cashew Road playground where this gentlemen was wielding what looked like an extremely long & heavy hockey stick. I stopped and gawked, of course.

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Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.

If you would like to join in, ping back to this post and I will include you next week.

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  1. Is it a form of martial arts? Ju-Lyn, a feast of posts for us to enjoy – thank you so much for sharing them here! Hope you’re having a lovely and peaceful Easter! xx

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    1. Hey Annika! I’m really not sure whether he was practicing a particular form of martial arts – but he certainly was doing through a set sequence of rather impressive moves.

      Thank you for visiting – it is always a pleasure to see you!

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  2. Nature is always the best. The greenery looks so cool and relaxing in the eyes. Thank you for sharing ✨☺️

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  3. There is always something to see when we’re outside 🙂 Happy Easter, Ju-Lyn! Thank you for the mention and for linking up with #WeekendCoffeeShare

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  4. Hi Ju-Lyn. I have a story that comes from my early years of being married before we started having our own kids. I was that guy who was not sure he wanted to ever be a father but was more than willing to work with kids in our church. Such irony could not go unchecked and this resulted in one of the most embarrassing events of my life. On the other hand, looking back, it’s now pretty funny and I hope you enjoy a smile at my expense because laughing at it really is the only payback I get from having survived it. Blessings!

    Suffer Not The Children

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