For the last three or four years I have been running to help me slim down and lose weight. It has been hit or miss, but never in these past years have I ever said that I LOVE to run. Running has always been a challenge for me and still is to this day. But … More F@#$K This, I’m Fabulous!
There it was, huge, black and dirty. And it was more than ready to scurry it’s way down my throat through my open mouth.
Nothing special to report. I am alive, awake, and bored out of my mind.
I started a Jazzercise class, damn am I tired.
Dear Mom, How have you been? Do you still smile and laugh as hearty as you used to? I hope you three ladies have been keeping out of trouble. I can just see it, Great Grandma sassing Grandpa because he didn’t quite do what he was supposed to. But that is alright because he is … More My Immortal
I have pre-brithday blues…
Golden Week in Japan is always a special time of year. People often travel to visit with family and friends or to simply go on a trip. The week is special because there are a number of holidays that fall into place one right after another. April 29th Showa day (昭和の日, Shōwa no Hi?), May … More All was Golden
I think I have changed into an introvert. Normally I’m the naturally out going, loud chick who is up for the impulsive adventure. I was the gal who would get things rolling for anything social, but since coming to Japan, that seems to have changed. My apartment is my go to place. I literally Netflix and … More The Death of a Social Light?
As cliché as it may sound, I am always learning new things. Over the weekend I went to watch my main school’s boy’s and girl’s soft tennis team tournament. No, that is not a typo, there is a sport in Japan called soft tennis. Now I do not know the rules for regular tennis, so … More One Sunny Saturday
There is a tendency for schools to forget to inform their ALTs about various things. It could be something simple like forgetting to let them know that there is a teacher’s meeting after school or something bigger like needing to wear a suit tomorrow for an important event, like graduation. Forgetfulness can get to anyone, … More ALT Office Life – Forgotten