So much happened the past two weeks. I haven’t had time to update this blog. Things are settling down again and I will start posting on a regular basis soon. Some people enter your life in the most unexpected of ways. For me, Hurricane Liz blew into Tokyo and swept me up in a ten day long whirlwind. I’d trade those days with my friend for nothing.
Although tired and sleepy by the end of it, they were fast-paced and wonderful. I had great company. I have so much to share that I’m trying to figure out how to organize it all.
(I still need to finish the last of my summer vacation stories!)
On top of that I had to go to the fertility clinic throughout Liz’s entire trip in Japan. And on top of that the Japanese Pension office kept sending threatening letters to me of “Pay us 300,000 yen ($3,000) in the next two weeks or else!”. Which left Mr. W and I stressed as sudden large demands of money from the government usually do.
All of these things resolved within two days of each other.
Now my life is blissfully slow again and I can return to my routine.
I am a little burnout with my current work. Yes, it gives flexibility, but it adds little to my resume. I’ve talked to my husband about starting Japanese school next year. I want to prepare for a possible future of just the two of us. It’s sad to think about, but I definitely want to move on in my career and expand my resume. I’m also tired of only being semi-fluent in Japanese.
I hope I can start posting on a regular basis again in a week or two.
I miss blogging.