Outside my window...It is still hot and humid. Around 9:00 p.m. 86 degrees F (30 degrees C). 86%. No wind is blowing.
I am thinking...five months have passed since the Great Earthquake hit Easten Japan. Even today there are countless amount of debris still remain. Many people are still suffering.
I am thankful...to my friends and my family, espeically my husband who is the number one supporter of mine.
In the kitchen...there are some more things for me to do. Preparion for tomorrow.
I am wearing...a brown Tshirt and a gingham half pants.
I am creating...a blog that started one month ago.
I am going...to play tennis tomorrow under the scorching sun. I have to prevent heat stroke.
I am wondering...how to go with this summer heat.
I am reading...a Japanese historical novel of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who united Japan in the late 16th century.
I am hoping...that my three-month-old grandson will grow up healthy and my eleven-year-old beagle will live long.
I am looking forward to...get a job offer as an English tour guide. After the March Earthquake and its following Fukushima nuclear power plant issue, tourism industry has been greatly affected though I live in Osaka, 1000 km away from the area.
I am hearing...the buzzing sound of electric fan. I also hear the sound of cars heading for their homes.
One of my favorite things...walking with my dog Annie in the morning. Although she is sick and old, she likes going out with me. She walks soooo slowly and stops soooo many times.
A few plans for the rest of the week:playing tennis on Friday, going to outdoor jazz concert on Saturday. I will be busy this week.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing...My first grandson Rintaro. He is so cute and lovely.
I've never imagined how happy I am with a grandkid.
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