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Little Joys Ch.33

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! February 2nd, 2020 As much as I am loathe to admit it, riding a motorbike along an open road, having the fresh air blowing your hair […]

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Little Joys Ch.29

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! January 29th, 2020 With the Tet holiday still in force here in Vietnam, as well as everyone going a bit crazy over the corona virus, finding […]

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Little Joys Ch.20

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! January 20th, 2020 There I was, a proud and strong man, looking down upon my enemy without fear, a magnificent example of what it means to […]

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Little Joys Ch.17

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! January 17th, 2020 As I sat at the beach today, having finally arrived back in the coastal city of Da Nang late last night, I distinctly […]

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Little Joys Ch.5

This post is  part of an ongoing challenge to share  a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. Hope you enjoy! Sleep was gathering around me, waiting to cradle me into its warm embrace, and then…someone knocked on my door. I have just gotten back to Saigon in Vietnam […]

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Little Joys Ch.3

As part of an ongoing challenge to myself, I will be sharing a little joy I have found each day of this year and perhaps for the rest of my life. Hope you enjoy!   This may come off as a bit morose, but there is something inspiring about getting into a negative situation and realizing that things could have […]