Personal {Joy in New Discoveries}



“Holding hands, for example, is a way to remember how it feels to say nothing together.” 

Being in an LDR for most of our  relationship, getting together and living in the same house took some getting used to. One of the upsides is that we still have not yet gotten used to the wonderfulness of it all. I guess this is one of the advantages of distance, it makes the moments of togetherness that much more special. We especially enjoy the times spent discovering new things, such as this small Japanese dessert cafe in one of the malls here in the city, right after a big dinner of piping hot ramen and dumplings from the restaurant just across the floor. It was an unplanned night of everything Japanese, from the low, low tables and the tatami mats, down to the sweet jasmine tea that I tried for the first time. I guess I am learning to cherish these moments with intention, and the fact that these photos capture moments to help us remember when the time comes that we can no longer do so. 


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