Monday, December 15, 2008

bright town and a little bit dark Japanese recent

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Yesterday rolledcake that I baked left and something sweets from a person who visited us
yesterday. So we came up with inviting mother and her children next to me.
Then we vacumed for a short time and emailed her. She said yes right away.
The day before yesterday I cleaned my house but dust had kind of stacked up already.
So I wiped up on the various place.
Should I clean rooms everyday, I’m more comfortable. I gotta keep cleaning my house.
Thinking of that, she emailed me and said “ My daughter got a fever. So I’m sorry
I can’t visit you. “
That’s too bad but it can’t be he;ped.
We ate the rolled cake for 3 straight days. It’s difficult to keep our figure anymore.
Bonus was the worst since getting it for the first time. So I don’t wanna see the report
of it in this winter.
There are lots of article about getting laid off.
I read an interview spot of a man who got laid off and he has a family and he can’t get how
he brings the bacon home. And I saw many article about forign workers.
I’m enough happy and God sends me a message and he said “ You have to appreciate your
Happiness and don’t have to see the thing that you can’t get. “
I thought of that.
By the way this picture is the lighting for Christmas in Shinjuku of Tokyo.

11 comments:

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, the photograph is very nice! I like the decorations of the trees together with the lights of the buildings.

ayamlin said...

Hi Pietro!
Thank you for your kind comment as usual:)
I like the decorations for Christmas, too!
How do you spend time on Christmas eve and Christmas day.
Do you call boxing day for the following day of Christmas?
In Japan we don't call it!

Pietro said...

In the Christmas days I'll be in the mountains (the snow and some agnolotti are waiting for me.......!). About the following day of Christmas, here we call it the feast of Santo Stefano and it's a holiday too.
Have a very nice day!

marina said...

I'm very happy that your present is finally there and you liked it! I hope it bring you luck and happiness all year!

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hi Pietro!
thank you for coming back to my blog and write a comment again:)
I imagined you have a misa in the Church. but you're going to the mountain!
Do you go there with your family?

*marina
Hi Marina!
Thank you for special present for me!
I sent you something tonight.
I hope you like it.
You can see something beautiful from the round one that I sent you while you round the thing.

Pietro said...

Hello Ayamlin!
Yes, at Christmas I also go to Mass in the church, of course.
And you, are you going to ski in the Christmas Holidays? ;-)

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
morning Pietro!
it's saturday. but I gotta go to work. That sucks!!! oh, no...haha
thank you for your comment!
I'm happy to read your comment!
You already know me very much!
Yes, actually I'm going snowboarding to Whisler on 25th of Dec!
I'm having a Christmas party with my family on 23th of Dec. Because we have a holiday on the day.
In Japan we don't have Christmas holidays. but We have a new year's holiday:)
How do you spend time on New year's ?
I'm enjoying eating something good and driking with my family:)

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, I am single (is it good or bad?) and I've not decided yet what to do on New Year's Day: certainly I'll wait for the 2009 with some deafening music... :-)

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hi Pietro!
Oh, you're single!
I wish I were single:)
If you have a chance to come to Japan, please tell me.
I'll show you around Tokyo.
By the way a frined of mine went to Rome on New year's day.
She said " it was wonderful time. "
I wanna spend time on New Year's day in Italy someday.
Italy is very popular among Japanese. Because Italian food is very familiar for us and we can enjoy seeing various old buildings, church and streets also many arts.
I've been to Italy twice.
but someday I wanna come back to Italy:)

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, it would be nice if you come to Italy someday! Let me know. You're right, there is much much art in Italy: churches, museums, monuments etc., and the food is really good. Surely if I come to Japan (but it's only a far hypothesis for the time being...) I'll tell you.

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hello Pietro!
thanks a lot for many comments:)
I enjoyed talking with you.
and I look forward to going to Italy someday and you coming to Japan someday:)