A joyful labyrinth honors faith & family

When our Awesome God created each of us He put a tiny piece of Himself within each of our hearts that we might be a blessing to others. This special “creativity” materializes/shows itself in many different ways. Please, take a moment and be blessed………………

Minnesota Prairie Roots

MY FRIEND JOY is one of those creative types whose talent and energy seem endless.

She carves and builds and creates, always working on some project that enhances the rural Faribault home she shares with her husband, Steve.

Indoors and out, Joy’s house and yard reflect her individuality, her appreciation for family and history and that which is old or useful or meaningful. Her faith is often interwoven into her projects.

An overview of Joy's backyard labyrinth. An overview of Joy’s backyard labyrinth.

A few years ago, Joy constructed a labyrinth outside her walk-out basement. It presents for impressive and practical backyard art.

A close-up, without the overall impact of the meditative walk way. A close-up, without the overall impact of the meditative walk way.

Until this past summer, I’d only seen the labyrinth in the dark, walking it during an evening campfire. I wasn’t prepared for the stunning beauty of this twisting path in the fading hours of daylight.

A mosaic created by Joy. A mosaic created by Joy.

Wow.

Sample tiles were used in the labyrinth. Sample…

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About treadlemusic

A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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7 Responses to A joyful labyrinth honors faith & family

  1. Thanks for sharing this, Doreen.

  2. mtetar says:

    Wow!!! Truly showing what you enjoy doing and do best. Blessings Always Mtetar

  3. KrisR says:

    Oh how I love labyrinths. I first walked one in New Harmony, Indiana and since then, I always look for them in our travels. It is so peaceful and soothing to walk a labyrinth. I’ve often thought of putting one in our paddock – – – – this gives me inspiration to think about it more thoroughly. I don’t think the cattle would mind, do you? 🙂

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