☆ 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
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ Writing every day sometimes makes me tired, and sometimes it fills me with energy and creativity. Today is the former.. I actually wonder if I may have hypothyroidism, so I scheduled an appointment to get that checked next week. How neat would
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ After a week spent in fangirl bliss, returning my boring, everyday job felt like being shot in the head and left to die. Instead of returning to mind-numbingly boring real life, I preferred to spend my time thinking about things like this:
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ Tenimyu. Day 3. My friends and I all got lucky and won lottery tickets for the morning show, so I finally, finally got to see the show, and I fell in complete and total love. Not just with the show itself, which
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ Tenimyu. Here we were. I’d seen Tenimyu on DVD, but this is the first time that I saw one in person, and I think that it changed me. Forever. A while back, I talked about how I’d bought tickets in Japanese, and
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ You’d think that the scary knife fight in the train would have convinced me to go home, but I was determined to stick it out. I needed my manga and doujinshi, after all! I was shook up, but not enough to spend