Monday, August 18, 2008

It's the sky in Tokyo.....Let's play badminton!

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Last Friday I went to my sister’s house after cleaning the balcony and the kitchen.
My sister made me spaghetti with tomato sauce for lunch.
I ate the spaghetti after a long time. It was really goooood!
My sister’s husband really like the spaghetti that my sister’s made and he asked her to make it.
Yeah, I know how he feels! I want her to make it again.
We were relaxed after eating it under the air conditioning.
And then we went to the gymnasium. We could imagine how hot it was inside the gymnasium but it was really
hot more than imagined. It was like sauna.
You can’t open the windows when you play badminton because you can’t play it in the wind.
Speaking of which, the gymnasium has changed at all since I was in elementary school.
When I go there I remember there were many badminton games in junior high.
We sweated like a pig and got exhausted and we went back to my sister’s house.
After taking a shower I changed into something that my sister got me and I was relaxed.
My mother came over at my sister’s house at the time.
She was on the way home from work and stooped by her for having tea.
Seeing security camera footage, she put her face right the front of the security camera.
It was the same as me when I came here.
We are definitely real mother and daughter, right?
I saw a friend from college after that at night. During talking with her I often yawned and fell asleep because of being exhausted after playing badminton.
Needless to say, My muscles got sore for few days.

12 comments:

Maria said...

When we hike, I my muscles are also sore for some days :(
You are really brave to play badminton in the heat!
I was aware that there are often earthquakes in Japan but I did not know that they destroyed old architecture.
Your Tokyo sky is very beautiful!
What parts of Italy did you visit?
Did you stay at the beach or in Rome or Toscana?

Webradio said...

Very Cloudy !

marina said...

Thanks for visiting my blog:)Your photo with the combination of snow, lake and clouds is awesome!!!

Lara said...

hahaha, a nice story! we cleaned the house the whole weekend - so this Monday caught me really tired! oh, as an answer to the question on my blog: red hair colour comes here mainly as otained in the haridresser's shop :). the purple too, with the old ladies :). some "fashion trends" are global, aren't they? :)

ayamlin said...

* Maria *
Hi maria!
thank you for your sweet comment as usual:)
By the way I visited Rome, Napori, Assisi,Capri,Firenze,Venezia,Verona,Milano,Siena and Ravenna.
when I went to Italy for the first time, I joined tour a package tour.
but for the second time I and my mother went to Rome, Firenze and Venezia ourselves.
I like Italy. I hope I go there again:)

ayamlin said...

* Webradio *
Hello Webradio.
Thank you for your comment:)
I'm really interested in your blog.
but I can't read French....
I wish I could understand French!

ayamlin said...

* marina *
Hello marina.
Thank you for your comment!
I've never been to Greece.
But I wanna go there someday:)

ayamlin said...

* Lara *
Hi Lara!
I'm already tired, too even though it's still Tuesday:(
By the way yeah, I agree with you.
I think some "fashion trends" are global:)

Maria said...

Oh, Ayamlin, then you have seen very beautiful places of Italy! I can imagine that you want to return!
4 years ago we stayed near Assissi (where we found our dog) and also visited Rome and some of the Umbrian town. It was simply wonderful and I also want to return.
As to my photoshop story: my niece loves to play around and we had fun all evening, and of course we had to post the pictures afterwards... HAHAHAHA!

Varianta Team said...

Sorry, I’m a little late because I was sailing this weekend.
So I stop by and say thank you for a nice SWF.

ayamlin said...

* Maria *
morning maria!
I'm about to go to work.
oh! you took your dog from a place
near Assissi!
I wanted to stay Assissi only for few hours.
That's why I wanna go there again:)

ayamlin said...

* Varianta *
Hello!
Thank you for your comment.
I'm pleased you said so very much:)