It’s weird, althought I’ve never really had a stable anything. I crave so much for having a stable something. Long term goes so fast, and short term goes away before realizing it’s there. Nowhere to go to, noone to call, noone to call for help.
Everything is new, no karmas from the past, a new life to be built. Flawless victory.
My weekend was nice. Interesting. On saturday worked on pastries again. After that went to some computer stores to check memory prices, and ended up going after that to Saito-san’s home. I had a nice dinner there and drank a couple of beers. It’s a nice feeling to be in a family even though it’s not my own. Has never been my own.
On sunday I was supposed to wake up at 7 am to go and help in a watermelon festival in Tomisato Town, but I was too tired, I ended up waking up at noon. I grabbed my bicycle and went to Narita, it’s around a 45 min drive by bicycle. So I ended up being there for the whole day riding the city on my bicycle. I was riding the damn thing for like 9 hours. so when I finally came home I was dead tired, today my legs still hurt.
While in Narita I visited several things, including ate a hamburger at a local McDonalds 「マクドナルド」 pronounced makudonarudo. Also I visited Narita San, it’s a huge park in the middle of the city with a LOT of pa·go·da ( P ) Pronunciation Key (p-gd)
A religious building of the Far East, especially a multistory Buddhist tower, erected as a memorial or shrine.
A structure, such as a garden pavilion, built in imitation of a multistory Buddhist tower. Check it out Naritasan also went to a lot of computer stores .. and fell in love with some puters.. like the Sony VAIO PCG-U101 and the Sony PCG-TR1. They are soooo cute !.