Happy Place, Happy Space
We set out on this Sunday morning bound for the Church of the Holy Cross in the Clementi/Sunset Way neighbourhood, as part of our SG Camino efforts. We plotted a loop, starting at Sunset Way, heading west on the Ulu Pandan Park Connector.
After a couple of kilometres, it became apparent that there were no exits on this canal path. Loving Husband quiped that we might not actually make it to church.
We shrugged and continued on the park connector path as it veered away from our planned route.
We loved that we had a clay track to run on – it was soft, comfortable, and it was still relatively overcast. There weren’t too many people using it as well.
As the year is coming to a close, here is a compilation of photos and videos of our beautiful Grey-headed fish eagles duo of Ulu Pandan. Dedicated to Bobo and Momo and the community for keeping us sane in the year of the pandemic.Dedication from the photographer who put together this video. All images are captured in 2020.
We will go to church on another day.
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.
- Carol Ann Siciliano‘s Delights: steps us through her week, filled with nature’s delights and little pleasures amongst family and a vaccinated, socially-distanced community
- Deb at TheWidowBadass‘ What’s On Your Plate: serves up a burrito bowl in her very chill refurbished balcony hangout
- Deb’s World’s A Work in Progress: gets her BOLD on! as she shares insights from April
- Hammad Rais‘ In the Gardens of Wonderment: brings us into several amazing gardens
- Laurie Graves‘s No-Mow May: encourages plant growth & pollination by putting aside her lawnmower & need-to-be-neat sensibilities
- LittlePiecesOfMe’s Grateful Friday: enjoys coffee in bed & comfortable headbands – the little things that matter a lot!
- Meditations in Motion‘s How to find Love. Or Maybe a Hamburger: reflects on patience in love, inspired by orioles & hamburgers
- Mr Ken’s guest post: My most favourite DIY project is … at NancyLoderick’sBlog: builds his own desktop computer
- Natalie the Explorer‘s Medley of Colours: takes us all over Toronto – from a lake beach, to the Simcoe murals & historic buildings in the city, to the public gardens.
- RestlessJo‘s Bright Memories: takes up 748 steps up to Positano
- She Writes‘ Love in Difficult Times: chooses to love herself
- Thistles and Kiwis’This Week’s Small Pleasures: makes the best of a grey day
- Trent’s World‘s The Weekly Smile: mourns the loss of Albert, an old kitty who has been ill, but welcomes Alexander’s antics into his home