nature

Happy Place, Happy Space

Lots and lots of time with nature this week. Just as well. Numbers are escalating. Enough said.

brilliant morning for cutting across a grass expanse (Dempsey area)

How was your time with nature this week?

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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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28 Comments

  1. Lovely photos, Ju-Lyn. I like the dangling fruit. I spend most mornings with nature and love every minute of it. Thank you for the mention and for linking up with #weekendcoffeeshare.

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  2. H Ju-Lyn.

    My coffee share this week spoke about how I finished out the plum tree fruit season and how covid cost me the chance to share the fruit we could not eat ourselves. That was too bad.

    But also, someone reminded me of a fun memory of a time when a 6 year old neighborhood girl asked for a very odd favor and how funny it turned out. So, I’d like to share that story with your readers if you think it would be enjoyed. I was very pleased with how it turned out.

    One Child’s View of Economics

    This memory still makes me smile and I hope it does the same for you.

    Blessings.

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  3. Such amazing photos. I love the otter. And the baby wild boars: I needed to look twice! Thanks for sharing the beauty you see. (And thanks for linking to my August post. And for saying you like Walking on Sunshine too!)

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  4. Hi
    That opening photo is great the way the tree branches are in sync with the clouds
    And like the layers

    And i did not expect to go to the visit Singapore site by clicking on the wild boars image A i was just trying to see the photo –
    Hmmm

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  5. Awwhhh… And happy birthday back to you again, too, Ju-Lyn. I wish I could explore your nature with you. That expanse of grass looks divine. And a Fish Poison Tree? Such interesting things you have growing in your neck of the world! That fruit is cool looking. Is it edible? Does is smell bad? 🙂

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