It honestly feels like that fight took place just yesterday....
I jog every morning so I had thought I was in good shape, but this morning's 10km hike totally kicked my butt! My body is so sore right now. It's probably because though I run on an incline every day, I'm not used to moving uphill for such a long period of time. The view was great but I don't know if I'll be able to get up as early to catch it again.
I finally did it! I completed all the silly little exams I had to take in order to be eligible to take some classes at the school near by! I start in August, and finish in December, a few days before I'm scheduled to head back to Osaka♪ All that is left is for me to fill out three more forms and pick up my student ID so that I can use the school's facilities. Everyone keeps telling me to be careful and not become a typical American student...But I'm not 100% sure what that is. Do they mean don't wear sweat pants to school? What? I don't know. Lol. In any case, I'm pretty excited. Now when my friends ask me what schools are like in the US, I can answer them honestly ^_____^
R never seems worried about anything. M often asks me about other guys, so I sometimes wonder if he feels he's being compared to someone.
This week will be a semi-boring week. Aside from the usual work and work-out, the house needs a good top to bottom cleaning. I'll be doing it on my own since I'm pretty picky about how things are cleaned. My friends think I'm quite odd because I don't mind a little clutter, but the sight and feel of a lot of dirt and dust drives me crazy.You can have a mountain of clothes in the corner of your room, I don't care. If I put my hand on your window to open it and my hand comes back gray...problem. I know dust and dirt builds up. But is it really ok to let it build up to that point?
Speaking of building up....Ugh. So many e-mails and blogs and journals to catch up on.
Sorry for the delay!