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4. Vitamin C is very
fantastic for people who wish to lower their fat. Considering that
amalaki (Emblica officinalis, Indian Gooseberry) is the greatest
resource of vitamin C within the community, it truly is great to take in
two a few fruits with the amalaki everyday. Also use a glass of anybody
citrus fruit - orange, lemon, and so forth. - everyday. Green leafy
... speaks some English, very slowly and carefully, so when I explained the problem in Japanese and got stuck because I couldn't remember the word for "mucus" (I'd even looked it up earlier!), he took over.
"So when you cough, there is..." A long pause. "There is..." another pause as he tried to remember the word, "Sputum."
"Yes," I replied, and that sounded a bit better than my attempt at Japanese, which had been along ...
... trend to continue but I didn't feel so much as a tremor last night, or at least nothing that couldn't possibly have been my own movement. Or Tabitha's; she was on my lap, of course.
Things have been wearing on her nerves, though; Thursday night, she actually jumped out of my lap when the second earthquake started. It wasn't all that strong (a 3 in Tokyo, according to the news) but it did make my bookcase rattle, and Tabitha ...
... an emergency. We traded the phone numbers of our "in case of" people back home, and tried to figure out what we'd do if ever Tokyo was evacuated. A very unlikely scenario, but still. I have Tabitha to think about, of course, and Kimberly has two miniature dashchunds. Kimberly asked me if I'd be willing to drive if we could get our hands on a rental car, but the thought of getting stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic and running out of gas doesn't appeal to me. ...