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To see a list of all of the posts in this series, click here. (*^-^*) It’s about time, right? I have much, much more to tell of this story, and I’m nowhere near done yet!

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It’s a new day, and therefore time for some old pictures, lol! These are pictures that I took during my “long silence” this winter.. Actually, the day before what would have been my 2-year anniversary with you-know-who. But what simpler way to feel better about yourself than to spend time with friends and pretty flowers? […]

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That last post was so depressing! If I think about it for a long time, I believe that I’ll get through anything. No matter what life throws at me, I’ll get through it, and come out, hopefully, a better person. Loss, tragedy, betrayal, and more. I don’t think that I’ve been betrayed as badly as […]

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A new year, a new channel? I regret to say that there have been a lot of problems in my personal life recently. The kinds of things that I don’t feel like I can talk about just yet (including loss..)… That’s why I disappeared for so long. There are times when I feel like I’m […]

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Following up on yesterday’s post… To be honest, I wish that I’d taken pictures in more of a narrative form, so that I could tell a story. But they’re already taken, so all that I can do is share them! *^^* The sun had pretty well set by the time we arrived. Where did we […]

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The end of the year in Japan is such a busy time. Bounenkais, or end-of-the-year parties, are all over the place. You have them for work, with schoolmates, with friends, with acquaintances, you name it! Then there’s Christmas, and New Years itself. Plus, of course, all of the work that needs to be finished before […]

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☆ Part 1 ☆ Part 2 Where was I? (Pictures from 7 years ago in the trains. Do they look any different?) I only ended up working for NOVA for about 8 months. But before I left, a lot of things changed.

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