Awwww🥰 This made me so happy today. It’s rare to see NORMAL Japanese couples holding hands but it does happen here more often than you’d think. 🤓I also like that she’s a little taller than him too☺️. On the train he even gave up his seat for an elderly woman too. It was like watching a movie 🎥 🍿😆 I remember my boyfriend held my hand on his own for the entire last week of him being in Japan last year. I was so shocked that I felt more embarrassed than him since I never asked him to do so😂. I asked him why was he holding my hand all of a sudden everywhere we went and he said that he always wanted to but felt embarrassed (...🙄🧐 LOL)😆. Japanese Translation for: “I’m just trying to keep my American girlfriend happy. I know that you like romantic stuff”🤣.
Anyway, it was REALLY hard to take this photo without seeming like a pervert 😂. Especially since everywhere I go it’s always 👀 👀👀👀🤳🤳🤳and besides I always try to respect other people’s privacy as I’d hope that people do the same for me. It’s just their backs and they were cute. I couldn’t help it🤷♀️.
It’s kinda hard to be sneaky. I had to pretend like I was applying lipgloss and checking my map.
It’s hard to explain and sounds strange but I love it when I see couples that are really in love with each other and it’s not based around sex. Seeing people so much in love to the point where they can just be themselves is such a beautiful thing.
He doesn’t have to show off that he has money and status and she doesn’t have to look like a whore. They’re minding their own business and shamelessly having a good time talking to each other while showing “appropriate” PDA. They were getting as many stares as I was haha. I love it!
This Weekend! Weald Crafts (formerly Wealden Craftworkers) is a non-profit making organisation whose main objective is to promote both functional and decorative crafts across Sussex, Kent and Surrey.
Their aim is to provide suitable venues for the sale of members work and encourage, by means of education, the development of traditional skills within the county. It is their intention to highlight the wealth of skills available locally and in doing so, provide the opportunity for members of the public to have access to a wide range of quality products at a reasonable cost.
All members live or work within 30 miles of the venue at which they are selling and are encouraged to use locally sourced materials. Weald Crafts will be showing and exhibiting various forms of Arts and craft from around Kent and East Sussex. You can come and take a ride on a steam train. What a lovely day out!