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Japan Day 11 Part II Namba Dotonbori, Shinsaibashi

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Japan Day 11 Part I: Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

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Japan Day 10: Nara Todaiji, Deer Park, Osaka Namba Walk

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Japan Day 9 : Kyoto Arashiyama (Bamboo Groves, Nonomiya Shrine, Tenryuji Temple ) Kiyomizu Temple, Ginkakuji Temple, Philosopher's Walk

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Happy new year!
This is not cool. I'm referring to YOU, evil influenza viruses. Last year on New Year's Day I had fallen ill with possibly the flu, and this year I became sick again right before New Year's. Next year I am getting the flu shot! On a brighter note, pharmacists in Ontario are now able to give flu shots, so possibly I'll be immunizing myself?

Anyhow. Happy new year ! How disappointing the world didn't end in 2012! I'm not one to fantasize about apocalyptic events but wouldn't it be cool if humanity had ended and millions of years later the new inhabitants of earth discover our fossilized remains and theorize plausible explanations of our extinction like we do to dinosaurs? But I guess life goes on.

I had an awesome Christmas with a lot of shopping and I quietly stayed home for new year's. Johnathan got me a Kobo Glow (which I love) and my folks got me a Tim Hortons gift card for Christmas lol. I don't really want to start documenting my new year's resolution, since my resolutions last year have been completely disregarded . In the recent future, I DO want my own space rather than living with my folks, and I want a cat, a bunny, and an aquarium with lot of fish. Those things require money so I guess my resolution should be to somehow make or save more money? I also want to read more, but knowing how much I dislike plowing through heavy reads I'm not sure if I'll stick to this one.



Gifts for my co-workers
Such nice gift-wrapping Neiman Marcus did!



Gift for Johnathan
Me want him to dress cuter
Japan Day 8 : Kinkakuji, Fushimi Inari Taisha, Byodo-In

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Japan Day 7 : Mt Fuji, Kyoto Gion

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Hi

Yes, I know. I have been absent for a long time . I wonder if anyone is still reading my blog anymore? Life for me has been... well, sometimes so amazing I don't even notice myself smiling from ear to ear, other times so horrible that it makes me panic, and I am always lost in a cloud of jumbled insignificant memories whenever I try to look back.

I've been working at the same place since I graduated from school, and I really don't have much to complain about my job. I've also started taking a liberal arts course at my university for personal interest. The prof is very engaging and I've enjoyed each lecture despite the excessive amount of readings. Some of my not-so-happy moments are associated with the feeling that I want to do so much more with my life, and sometimes those things seem quite unattainable. I feel very alone in this because I think I am the only variable in the equation. Other times I am baffled by my relationship with my boyfriend. As time goes by, I am growing more and more attached and dependent on him, to the point where I don't know if I can make it without him. Probably not. Yet I have occasional doubts about whether he's the one and whether our relationship has a strong enough foundation to support us for a lifetime. It's a very baffling, conflicting feeling. Today I went to a friend's wedding and seeing the picture-perfect couple look into each other's eyes so happily only amplified my feelings of doubt in comparison. I wonder if everyone experiences such moments of uncertainty or does this signify a problematic relationship?

What I really want to say is, if you are reading this, save me. Somehow. Perhaps just a word or two can turn things around?

Japan day 6 : Akihabara , Lake Kawaguchiko Mt. Fuji

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Japan Day 5 : Asakusa Senso-ji Temple , Shibuya


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