Photo Break – A ‘Holy’ Use for Wool

She would love this, I thought to myself and then I heard myself say it aloud. I was thinking about a woman that I know who is positively obsessed with wool and the items that she can create from it.

This display in the gift shop at the St. Edmundsbury Cathedral in the town of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk actually made me chuckle out loud a bit too loudly for that subdued atmosphere and I glanced over my shoulder to see if the two elderly women at the cash register were glaring at me. Indeed, they had stopped talking, but they were smiling sweetly at my amusement.

And now for your amusement, here is what I was laughing at.

Holy Socks

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7 thoughts on “Photo Break – A ‘Holy’ Use for Wool

  1. Adrienne

    This is very amusing, mostly because one never expects to find humour in a cathedral.

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  3. Eric Heilbronner

    Holy moly:) I could use a pair.. well, a Holy pair that is,,, mine are generally hole-y

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