China and Chairs

The chair.  A tool that is often not thought of as a tool, but it is.  I spend most of my life in one and I can attest to the value of a good one.  I remember early on in my pastorate how I despised the one I had.  It was from the 1970’s, bright orange, and had no ability to recline nor support the back.  I spent ten to twelve hours in it six days a week so I knew its every worthless detail.  However . . . .

I also have sat on the most basic of “chairs” and found great rest, relaxation and pleasure.  A stump or a rock around a campfire brings lasting memories.  So it was with both thoughts in mind that I stumbled on this site that focused on the unique street chairs of China.  I hope it tickles your fancy as it did mine.

About Matt Henry

Middle-aged pastor trying to figure out how to be missional in his world. Loves his wife, his children, and his dog Bear. I have a love of woodworking even though woodworking doesn't always love me. The name is xagete but is pronounced exegete.

Posted on August 8, 2013, in What Tickles My Fancy and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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