Happy Place, Happy Space
It has been a couple of weeks since Singapore has progressively tightened its pandemic measures. Schools are now closed and we are advised to work from home. There is also no dining-in at restaurants and we are asked to go out in groups no larger than 2.
So when we ran the Toa Payoh/Whampoa area on 28 May as part of our Singapore Camino efforts, we found the parks and roads quiet.
Keep safe, sane and well.
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.
- Betsy Kerekes‘ Post-skydiving hair: asks which is worse – hair that takes an hour to untangle by hand, or burnt peppers?
- Carol Ann Siciliano‘s Delights: encounters dolphins, horses, cicadas and trains
- The Widow Badass‘ One Year an Island Girl, Already.: celebrates her first year on Vancouver Island
- Deb’s World’s Meet my quirky friends: meets interesting upcycled friends on the trail
- Laurie Graves‘s Spring Cat & The Last Episode of my podcast: gives us a glimpse of her shady front garden and the kitty who keeps watch
- Little Piece’s of Me‘s Grateful Fridays: gives thanks even as she recuperates from a broken toe
- Meditation in Motion‘s It’s Not Too Late: shares with us her love story
- Natalie the Explorer‘s Things to do in the Distillery District: takes us on a tour of the Distillery District
- Reflections of an Untidy Mind‘s Boom Boom Boom: brings us on an exciting walk at a nature reserve with roos in sight
- Thistles and Kiwis’This Week’s Small Pleasures: takes a towering image of tecomanthe speciosa, a plant that has captured imaginations
- Trent’s World‘s The Weekly Smile: appreciates a haircut
- Feature photo is taken from an overhead pedestrian bridge from Toa Payoh Town Park to Whampoa Park Connector.
- This post is my contribution to