It’s the start of a new week and I feel good. As you know there’s a vocabulary or grammar quiz every morning and while I always have little mistakes in the vocabulary ones I got full marks for the grammer one. I’m happy ^^
Like always time flew away and suddenly it was half past one and at least the end of my school day. I couldn’t await to get home and sleep. I don’t know what’s wrong with me, but I could sleep and sleep and sleep all the time (don’t tell me there are Tse-Tse flies in Japan). Quick-witted i had set an alarm at four o‘ clock so I would get up again before sun sets. My plan was to go to Daiso to buy lots of cute stuff for my first test package to my family but before I tried a new course on my bike. However I didn’t came across anything special besides a lifesize Doraemon ^^
I played a bit with my camera and took several shots of the city at sunset:
This medival appearing buliding is…
…nothing else than one of the many wedding chapels. Japanese like it romantic, you know.
Back at home I packed everything I had bought into a very nice pink checkered bubble wrap envelope and met with Anna and Sarah to bring our parcels and letters to the post office (that is open, I gladly repeat it, 24/7). We were served by very nice woman with plenty of patience and the will to send our stuff with stamps instead of printed labels…I don’t know HOW many stamps they put on my package to meet the price of 380 Yen…it must have been at least six or seven, even one with Mt. Fuji, I think ^^
I’m going to send much more postcards, letters and packages to all of you, but you also have to be patient with me ^^ Between school, sleeping, shopping, blogging and housework (in that particular order ^_~) there’s not that much time for writing.Alles Liebe,