A Little Bit of Love

#100HappyDays: Day 1

Last updated on April 5th, 2021 at 03:57 am

#100HappyDays—Day 1—New Edition—All For Love
Source: https://www.groovecollector.com/mp/new-edition-all-for-love/r/114884570/

Some days drag on and it’s hard to be happy. With a long day at work with no support staff; lots of technical woes trying to transfer files from an old IDE drives on Sarah’s Dell Inspiron 2650 to modern technology; and the cold never-ending Toronto winter we’re facing, you’d think happiness was little more than a fleeting dream.

But I don’t work like most people—on my walk home from the subway, I found myself strutting and singing along to New Edition’s 1985 hit “A Little Bit of Love”. The variations in the bridge, the very syncopated beat—a signature of the 80s—all of it made for a few minutes of getting my groove back.

Pun intended.


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By Casey E. Palmer

Husband. Father. Storyteller.

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible.

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Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.

2 replies on “A Little Bit of Love”

I can’t take credit for the idea at all — my previous post goes over how Sarah decided to do this (after seeing her sister-in-law start it up), and now we’re just trying it as something to capture the happy moments in our days 🙂

I think it’ll be good — life’s not the easiest, so being able to capture these little bursts of fun is key.

And it makes for a lot quicker turnaround with content, so can’t hate on that, right?

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