I had a doctor’s appointment this morning, so I had to get a bit early. On my way home, I passed some flowers. There were bees and moths flying about, while the weather’s still somewhat warm.
I’ve been assigned to a school in Toyohashi for the majority of October, so I’ve been going through said station quite a lot. Recently, the decoration committee replaced some of the flowers next to the station. It might have something to do with the upcoming festival this weekend.
Being an expat, I’ve seen quite a few friends move away from Nagoya. This week, two of my friends are moving away. One of them contacted me last weekend with an interesting offer. They were trying to lighten their load by one camera and offered to sell it to me. I of course said yes.
I haven’t had much of a chance to use it yet, save for a few test shots. My weekend is pretty packed with a seven hour D&D game on Sunday and a couple of doctor visits on Monday. However, I may be able to take it out Monday evening.
In case of emergency, break glass, throw jellyfish. Caution: don’t get stung.
Yesterday, we were hit by a strong typhoon, which caused Japan Railroads to cancel many trains. Because of it, I had to stay a bit longer in Tokyo, instead of returning to Nagoya.
Today, I slowly made my way from our company dorms in Saitama to Tokyo station. Then, I took a bullet train to Nagoya, and a taxi to my apartment.
Now, I’m getting sorted, and getting back into life in Nagoya. This includes Yamachan`s chicken wings.