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... frozen. Yesterday we saw about 20 swans on an ice floe in front of the house -- here is a not-too-clear photo of two of them. An amazing sight! Tomorrow we are supposed to have 5 to 7 inches of snow. We hope everyone is having a good winter and looking forward as we are to some warmth this spring!
Diane and Susan
Halloween was a bit of a non-event, because my grown-up plans fell through, but I still got dressed up as Super Girl, along with Snow White, to hand out candy to kids.
Honestly, I can't remember anything major happening over the first week of November... I think the lack of mental stimulation from being on holiday for so long has turned my brain to mush- perhaps this won't be such a long post after all! (Spoiler alert: turns out this isn't true.)
... and the heat never settles down. I am very angry but Enrique is coming with me to Los Angeles to look for my mom. Tuscon is a huge city that I am ready to leave. We go through pictures of her and I can not wait until I see her again. It has been a long time and I really want to see ...
... in Tokyo, I'll spend the night at a hotel near the airport so I can catch my flight to Nagoya the next morning. Japan is 16 hours ahead of the US, so I'll be losing a day on the flight over and will land on the night of May 23rd in Japan.
I'll been spending 9 weeks total in Japan. The first four I will spend in Nagoya for study abroad, ...
... less NZ.)
Psychology of Language seems like it will be really interesting but a lot of work. The water cooler arrived this afternoon and it is marvellous, but no hot tap so I'll have to get a kettle and convince mum and dad that bringing me a massive box of Kenya Bold is worth their while..
This evening a bunch of us went to the Student Union to get dinner; I changed into jeans for the cool 27 degree evening- it's crazy to think that before these last ...