Monday, March 21, 2011

I believe in everything going well

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I learned how to bake this tart the day before the earthquake.
This lesson was the last beginner's lesson.
These days many men are working in the front of the nuclear plants.
They risked their lives even though they have family.
I'm thinking of various things.
But now I have to live strongly not to be worried too much.
I should get my mind off of it.
I gotta work hard and save on electricity.
Don't worry about anything too much.
I believe in everything going well.

8 comments:

Jean said...

I've been hoping you would post an update so we could find out how you are doing. Thank you! You are being wise in trying not to worry too much. Worrying is useless. Just be concerned and try to find the simple joys in each day, such as the beauty of a perfect tart. It looks almost too good to eat!

Maria said...

Delicious!!!

Kay said...

I'm very impressed with that beautiful tart you learned to make. I am also looking forward to the reactors getting in control. We all heard about the Fukushima 50 several days ago. I hope they're OK. I'm just amazed at their bravery. We saw one of the volunteers interviewed. When he told his wife that he would be going, he said with tears in his eyes, "She told me to go and save Japan." That made me cry. If it was my husband, would I be able to say that? I truly don't know if I could be that brave and self sacrificing.

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, I'm glad you are well and you don't worry too much: it's a good thing. The men working in the front of the nuclear plants are very courageous, really astonishing.
That tart you learned to bake looks delicious, I'd like to taste it!

Evita said...

Glad you are well and still positive :) Things will get better, there is no other way..

Many thanks for your kind words to my blog as well :) I am Greek living in Belgium so my blog is in Greek and sometimes in English as well. Will try to translate my post for Japan in English as well;

Take good care of yourself and than amazing country of yours :)

Marina said...

Hi Aya!!!
Think possitive...act possitive!!! And that delicious tart is a good beginning!!! But always know that if you need ANYTHING, materials or talking, you've lots of friends around the world and I'm one of them!!!
Hugs and kisses...

Jean said...

Hi Ayamlin,

Thank you for the update on my blog. I appreciate your taking the time to let me know how you are doing. I'm glad you are staying positive while being cautious, too. Smart girl! Does the radiation situation seem to be improving yet? I'm sure it feels as if this has been going on forever.

When is your baby due? Do you know if it's a girl or a boy? I'm sure your baby is staying safe in your womb.

It's a chilly day here in Maine, and we had more snow last week. I'm ready for warm weather!

Jean

jeannette said...

Your tart looks very yummy! With the others I say that the men working on the nuclear plants are heroes in their selflessness!
Yes, it's good to do the normal daily things!