Note: This is a series of journal entries from my two years living in Himeji, Japan (1988-1990). I'm archiving them electronically through my blog. Last names have been deleted and replaced with first initial only. For details on this series of blog entries, see this post.
Today was a pretty good day. It was rainy, and yukky outside so I holed myself up in my apartment and cleaned out drawers, wrote 9 letters, and played my new CD player all day.
I did go to the post office to pay my 2 phone bills, and had a terrible time with my umbrella and the wind. I also went to A-Coop and bought stuff for french toast. It wasn't as good as Kimberly's, but it was okay.
Tonight I taught my class at Megumi then came back here. Now I'm going to tape my food stamps onto the sheets, and maybe watch a movie.
Not a terribly exciting entry (or day) but I really enjoyed just doing 1 thing (writing letters). I was alone, and it was a pretty stress free day.
I noticed that new nameplates were put on the mailboxes today. Here is the old one:
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