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RE: Chive Up My Life 🌿

in ReggaeJAHM5 months ago

It must be a good feeling indeed! And the money you save can go o other things.
I am looking forward to actually own a house with land, ( not very common in Japan, most only own a drive and a mini mini lot). I miss the real yards/gardens of the Caribbean, mango tree, ackee, banana , apple, lemon.... the real riches.

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You are far away from home son! Which part of japan you at?

Yeah! It was a spontaneous move that lasted more than a decade. I am in the Kanto region in the lush countryside called Gunma

I seem to come across more people experiencing that same miracle of staying put outside of their own country of origin :)
How is the japanese language going for ya?

There are times I do get kinda homesick but nothing a trip back home won't cure. Was supposed to be there now but canceled because of the roniz.

Pretty decent speaking but the kanji needs a lot of work. I used to study a lot but went through a "fvck this Shvt" phase and never really got back on it.

Sounds nice. I will look it up online.
Funny how you say "a spontaneous move that lasted more than a decade". That's how things usually go huh

Trust me! Never in a million years did I think I'd be living here nor did I even have intertwine to visit. But sometimes life happens.

I get that.
A lot in my life hasn't gone the way I had thought or had planned, but I see those as learning moments and most were crucial for me in order to be where I am now.

Happy Holidays and stay safe! 😊

Asking myself that same question 😅

I know what you mean.
Every house that I've lived at here has its own garden.
Enough land for everyone. Only, people shouldn't just focus on living in the city.

It indeed saves us a few coins by growing some things ourselves and saves us trips to the market.