We had a couple of days this week when the rain stopped. The critters were as thrilled as we were to take advantage.
Squirrel having a wonderful time harvesting a large pod. Black Spitting Cobra protecting its turf Squirrel spotted at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Cobra at Kranji Marshes
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.
We are not huge New Year’s Eve celebrants – the most we would do in previous years is to have a family meal and catch a glimpse of firework displays in the sky, if we happened to be in line of sight.
Continue reading “1 January 2021”
Zoom time with our extended family completed our Christmas celebrations this week. We had a bit of a chat, reflection and watched excerpts of a virtual Christmas concert that Older Daughter participated in.
Continue reading “happy place, happy space: Family Time”
We say goodbye to our neighbours who have become good friends as they move to Turkey early next week. We met them at the start of the pandemic: we exchanged the goodies birthed in our kitchens, celebrated with them when their beautiful daughter was born 5 months ago, agonised with them when health matters got dicey.
Continue reading “happy place, happy space: getting crafty”
Not the lead up to the holidays we expected. Yet, so much to be thankful for.
Continue reading “happy place, happy space: exuberance”
From Day to Night, the tree reminds me that we all need a little Hope this season.
As December fast approaches, our family has turned thoughts to what we would like to share with our family & friends this season.
Continue reading “Gift of Hope”
I am not a morning person. But one of my favourite times to run is early in the morning: when the pavements are still quiet, when I am too bleary-eyed to protest.
This past Friday, I decided to venture down
Orchard Road to get a dose of Christmas; without the crowds. Continue reading “happy place, happy space: pavement to myself”