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... Gusto) for another carb rich meal and then stopped off at the local 7/11 to prepare snacks for the climb the next morning. As we headed out the whole sky was filled with lightning. I couldn't help but feel bad for the people climbing to see the sunrise. We opted to avoid this because there would be less crowds during the day and also we wanted to take pictures on the way up - not just at the top. 5:00am. Alarm goes off. I remember not sleeping at all. I can't recall if it ...
... appointment, since she was surprised when I asked if I could come in the last Wednesday of the month. I have a long flight back to the U.S., and definitely don't want to pass up the opportunity for one last appointment.
Thursday I headed out in the snow to get Chris The Hobbit at the video rental store, although I was also on my way to the gym so it wasn't really a big sacrifice. We had never rented a movie before but had heard it was cheap. The worker ...
... house. I had to explain that the actual present was inside of the box and finally convinced her to look inside, where she found a chocolate bar and subway pass. Later when I thought about it, I guess this would be like getting a present with a bunch of cutlery wrapped together and assuming you've just received a new set a silverware.
After the presents we had to leave the party early so we could take the subway all the way to the other end to attend the big ...
... go, I had just returned from a month trip. My money was in short
supply. I thought about it for a day and then against my better judgment agreed to go. It just felt like a sin to let that free ticket and the ability to travel again with Mike slip away. The trip was only a month away, I did some fancy footwork with some business and personal
responsibilities, suddenly I could see it all working out. It was the third week in April. I got a crazy idea to travel a week by myself ...
... to get a single word out of ninensei (2nd graders) and talking about how many girlfriends I have (8 apparently), which teachers I fancy (all of them including the janitor apparently) and what I`ll get up to in Susukino this weekend (what happens in Susukino stays in Susukino… apparently) with sannensei (3rd graders).
Oh yeh one more anecdote. Bare with me it`s a good`un. During the speeches ...