☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ Oh no, the Living Tall in Japan series isn’t over yet! Not by a long shot! It’s just that I mentioned that I’d actually had a roommate worse than Cersei in college, and I wanted to talk about that whole experience. It’s
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ Yesterday, I introduced my new roommate, Cersei. Cersei was in her 60s, loved to drink and smoke, and to mother me. She didn’t appear to much like Japan, though. I wasn’t sure why she was here at all, really. Meanwhile, I was
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ A few days ago, I mentioned that we were getting a new roommate at Casa del NOVA. When I’d moved into that company apartment in September 2004, my two roommates, Rachel and Ang, were from Florida and Australia. We didn’t interact all
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ March 7, 2005. A quest that Eda, Erin, and I had started on Christmas eve came to a close. I didn’t want to mention this until I got to the finding part, in order to keep it all a surprise. You see,
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ March 6, after almost half a year in Japan, I finally did something cultural. I felt like it was fitting… aaaand okay, I only went because my friend Erin invited me to. I had been here almost six months and never once
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ So, I’d been living in Japan for five months now, and completely forgotten about things like Valentine’s Day as February whizzed past. Ang, one of our roomates, left to go home, and then finally, my other roommate Rachelle got ready to leave.
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ This is the tale of when I set fire to my apartment. The purikura on the right is totally out of context, but I believe that it shows off my attitude of nope-not-gonna-make-a-mistake-today-nope! When I say fire, I don’t mean the time that