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“My "joie de vivre" is to look at the faces of our five grandkids.”
“Perhaps that's also part of what's so attractive in one young-at-heart later in life — that simplicity and joie de vivre is something I wish for ...”
“I inherited a certain charm … and a joie de vivre, which is nice to have.”
“One single melody lies beneath the smiles of the people I have met here: a contagious joie de vivre, which is far from being banal.”
“I rather enjoy seeing books like these on the shelves again - partly for the nostalgic kick, but mostly because they're unashamedly glamorous and full of joie de vivre, which is kind of cheery.”
“Ms. Leslie explained that he missed crucial years of his youth while he was a POW, so now expresses his joie de vivre through dance.”
“Decades of US-backed military and CIA interventions, the economic consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union, and an on-going American blockade have not dimmed the Cuban joie de vivre.”
“Abby is like the spirit of just about every holiday in existence and her Gingerbread Abbies were absolutely typical of her joie de vivre.”
“Très bon voyage! nadine, Vallejo, Californie, où il fait bon vivre.”
“I hope he is soon on the road to recovery and regains his joie de vivre X”
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