Mercure Hotel Sapporo
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Very near the Susukino subway station.
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As I sit here on a park bench, staring across the pond at the beautiful scenery laid out in front of me, listening to Jack Johnson and eating an ice cream, I'm finding it difficult to sum up these last few weeks in a single word. Depressing. Difficult. Annoying. A struggle. Ok that last one is technically 2 words but let me off will ya. Geez. Although it's been all of those things I've also been thankful, developed patience, had great support from ...
... back to it the next morning to make it even shorter, so he was also responsible for any uneven or awkward parts. All in all though I didn't think our haircut looked that bad, but I will say that when he got back, this one looks much more professional.
Sunday morning I went to the little church while Chris did some last minute things before his trip down to the main island to give some talks. There was a special guest gospel singer and there were actually a ...
... front of them.
Although I missed the regular Let's Talk I was able to make it to lunch. There was a new woman from Tokyo who just moved to Sapporo in December so a lot of the talk was preparing her for the winter. One man talked about an icicle that broke his window and the resulting freezing of pipes before he fixed the window. Another talked about how the government had encouraged citizens to convert to completely electric-reliant homes some years ago. ...
... for dessert as well. Our little party would grow by one more a little later when Atsuo's wife, Akemi, finished her class and came over too. Having our friends there made it easy to be reminded that we are thankful for the people that we've met in Japan.
Friday I had to make a trip to Costco. When Sarah and I were talking last night about our Thanksgiving together both Chris and Gabe made a fuss that it wouldn't be Thanksgiving without turkey, which became my job to find. I had ...
... a girl self-conscious about her gigantuous feet.
Costco was a success though. I did find one pack of solid deodorant, so I guess I'll be sharing with Chris and smelling like Active Fresh scent when I run out of the one I brought from home. I also found frozen tortilla shells, all natural taco seasoning, gnocchi, and an all natural pork tenderloin. The all natural part is extremely important for me since if you don't know, I get headaches ...