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23 March 2010 @ 11:46 pm
5/30 Did you know that I am weird?  
I wasn't sure that I was going to get home in enough time to make my post today. But I think that I'll make it alright, thankfully. :D

I talked with my now-ex last night and I dunno. I am just really confused emotionally. But I made a decision, and that is that I have to move on. I will not let myself go on wanting something that I really don't think is going to happen. So as much as I don't want to, I do want to and I will move on right now. It is the only thing that I can do to see if I feel better. I am sure that I'm going to cry over this before I fall asleep tonight, though. Tomorrow, I hope it will feel a little better.

Today, I was going to post pictures and/or some kind of story. But I am going to just instead talk about my day.

I had plans to go out with Eda and see the sakura in Shinjuku Gyoen today. But we got lost on the way to the park, and when we got there, it turned out that it was closed It's complicated, but Sunday was a holiday, and because said holiday was on a Sunday, Monday was a kind of make-up day off for people who already have Sundays off (aka Mon-Fri workers). The park is usually closed on Mondays, but it's open if it is a holiday and instead closed on the following Tuesday. I knew this. But in my way of thinking, the actual holiday being Sunday it never even occurred to me that a make-up day off also counted as a holiday. I mean, it wasn't a holiday, technically. (The holiday in question was Vernal Equinox, aka the first day of Spring, btw) At least this is the way that I think. Eda thinks that my way of thinking is unbelievably weird. LOL What do you think? (I think it goes back to the fact that she worked Mon-Fri jobs in America and I worked retail, so the make-up-holiday-thing didn't affect me, but it affected her. I had never heard of such a thing until I came to Japan, and I thought it was really weird then.)

Anyways, the park was closed. ^^; So we walked over to West-Shinjuku park, which isn't as pretty but is still an oasis of nature in the city. We ate our lunches under a Sakura tree and chatted. Then, since we were next to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, which is free to go into, went up into the observatory and relaxed. After this, I went back to Kichijoji and met Adele. We walked to her house and made hot-pot and chatted about all kinds of things. Then watched Weird Al music videos on Youtube. Very unproductive. But it was sure nice. I feel a little more human today.

I am so grateful for nice friends. ♥

Oh, and the bunny. It was randomly running around in the park and came up to us. SO CUTE. Mygod, I wanted to pet it for hours. I really miss my snake, and it made me think about all of the pets that I wish that I could have. First will be the aquarium (fish TBD), then a new snake, and finally a sugar glider. An aquaintance has one, and when I saw the picture, I fell in love. I used to have one back in the states, and it was so nostalgic. Definitely going to adopt one sometime this year.
 
 
 
キモさ満々♡ 미친 외국인dilettantka on March 24th, 2010 01:19 am (UTC)
You know I love you but... you're locoooo