Friday, October 20, 2006

One of those shoot me now moments. Week 2, Ueda

Week 2, Ueda

I would like to start by thanking my father for this wonderful laptop that he got me for my birthday. “Thank you father!” it’s great because not only is it a way for me to keep in touch with all of you, write in my journal (now on my laptop) and check my e-mail (when internet capabilities allow). But it also doubles as an awesomely great way for me to expand my vast music collection, now from all around the world.

I just finished dinner and my host-mom took my host-sister to her English class. Now, I’m sitting down here at the table next to my host-dad and we both have our computers out and we’re typing away. So, this week:

Tomorrow we will leave for our next city, Suita. So this week has been great. My education internship is in full swing. I now regret doing it, not really, but I just tell myself that. I don’t know what I was thinking when I applied for it. It’s not like we already are with the Cast from 8 in the morning till 6 at night then have to come home and attempt to converse with our host family until 11. O ya…I got to keep this blog up to date and write in my journal every night.

So, let’s just try to squeeze in 3 more hours of education intern stuff.

Other then being stressed out of my dome this week, it’s been absolutely AWESOME!!

I have an 18 year old host sister who speaks great English. We’ve been having a good time.

Sorry for this one being short, but I don’t have time to write it on the bus tomorrow. (Education meeting on the bus to Suita and any time left over is being used for sleeping purposes only)

I went to a sweet castle this week too, it was neat-o.


Blogger sis said...

update your blog, PLEASE!!!!!!

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Blogger Phil Gerbyshak said...

Jeremy - where in the world are you?

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