Friday, June 27, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Thursday, June 5, 2008
but so hard to lose?
why is money so hard to save
but so easy to waste?
the wedding bells are ringing!!
obviously, that's NOT me.
i have been getting news of engagement and wedding one after another for the past month
my japanese tutor from Osaka University is getting married this month
my friend in Canada is getting married next month
2 of my friends got engaged
2 of my Japaese friends are getting married in fall
i am so happy for them!!!!
there are just too much joy for me to handle
which is a good thing
how can too much joy be a bad thing?!?
marriage seemed (still does) very far to me
not that i don't want to get married
i would LOOVVVVVE to get married
get married now? Naaaaa....a little too early?
(maybe i have the illusion that i am still only 18)
but all these happy news
it hit me (and maybe broke my little bubble of illusion)
'ah....I am already in the age zone of marriage...hmmm....'
before my wedding bells start to ring
i still have to finish my current job and to graduate from grad school(hopefully)
Monday, June 2, 2008
this track is from a CD that i bought recently
Jason Mraz "We sing, We dance, We steal things"
i really like this guy's voice and the amazing thing about this album is that it's filled with different style of music. it's pop, rock, jazzy, funky, playful.
it's just fun to listen.
and Lucky is just one of the songs i listen over and over again recently
the harmony is so soothing to my ears.
time really flies...
there are nothing much too new in life
except enjoying my days in Japan
i recently found a very nice bakery
it's very small, sitting in a corner of an alley
white with some red
i have never been to France but somehow to me it has a French atmosphere...
you know...little barkey that you can see in a France postcard
the bread there are sooooooo GOOD!
the croissant, the bagel, the loaf...hmmmm!
the owner and his wife are super nice people!
their honeymoon location was Quebec
which gives us a lot of topics to chat about
i will take some photos of it next time i go
the shop is called TA-NE
tane means seed in japanese
here is a webiste to the shop