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Just back from tour and a few unfortunate things have happened lately, so here’s a few things that are good and keeping me from needlessly moping. Like an annoying angry child. Or a cat who you’ve just taken out of the cage after transporting them home from the vet and the tranqs have worn off.

This sound -

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From our favorite really small town in Saskatchewan, Nokomis an old school train passing through the town at night.

This record -


Charles Spearin’s “the happiness project”. Beautiful record of music composed and inspired by speech. Learn more about it here, then go buy it right away.

This video -

I love it.

This website -
I know I’ve said it before, but Christine Bougie has one of the damned finest blogs going. She puts me to shame , mainly because posts are frequent, and actually useful unlike my ramblings and sound showings.

This book -


About to start it, but it’s already making me happy by just being here. Thanks interesting looking book.

That’s all the forms of happy media I can think of to share for now.Hope your day is happy too.

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3 thoughts on “happy

  1. dave barry says:

    Hope all is well josh. I’ve been keeping up with your tour blog and have been enjoying it. Spending my days in class, I’m able to live out my Canadian independent rock star dreams through your blog.

    stay gold ponyboy,


    ps: the muppets bohemian rhapsody is amazing

  2. Christine says:

    Hey Josh

    my blog wouldn’t exist if I yours didn’t exist first!

    my fav tune from the Happiness Project is the one that goes…”its like…it’s like uh…it’s like…n’ it’s like um”

  3. Valery says:

    Hello Josh,
    Can I borrow this book when you’re done?
    - T. Pain

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