I lived in Japan for close to three years after I got married and it was a great adventure. There were many ups and downs, sad times and good times, there was new life born and old lives lost, smiles made and tears dropped, there were friends made and friendships broken, but it felt like an extended honeymoon because although we were far from family, friends, and what we knew, I felt it gave my wife and I more time bond without the drama and distractions that couples normally face when surrounded  by old family and friends and the typical 9-5 job. It was just us and we had to rely on each other for just about everything, but with it came new experiences and memories I’ll never forget. Continue reading