I came to this week’s Wednesday Festival in search of joy, and I was not disappointed. 

Anita’s post reminds us to “Let your trajectory bring you joy.” http://anitamathias.com/2015/09/29/on-breaking-the-22-minute-mile-and-stumbling-on-happiness/

Laura wrote about the joy of Sabbath and self-care   https://elbyviau.wordpress.com/2015/09/28/taking-care/

MaryAnn reflected on embracing whatever brings you joy. http://theblueroomblog.org/monday-runday-not-being-a-runner/

April described her firsthand experience of the joy of creative collaboration – http://aprilyamasaki.com/2015/09/28/how-to-collaborate-for-fun-and-effectiveness/

Cindy shared the great joy of teenagers (really!)  http://lajoyfamily.blogspot.com/2015/09/dad-gets-break.html

Sarah wrote about the joy of needlework, of crocheting hats just in time for the autumn chill.  http://everydayholy.blogspot.com/2015/09/sprightly-beanie-crochet-pattern.html

And Liz told us about her experience this week with the surprising joys of public transport.  http://liz-vicarofdibley.blogspot.com/2015/09/refreshing-community.html

This week has brought me joy in an unexpected call from my sister, just to chat, as well as a couple of days up north with RevGal Judy Shipman at her lovely cottage on beautiful Crooked Lake.

What has brought you joy lately?

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