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31 January 2011 @ 03:45 pm
Gone until the 7th!  
Hey everyone! =^-^=

Sorry that I haven't posted. I had a few problems that took up all of my attention, and there just wasn't any time to update! I'm so sorry! I really want to update on a daily basis, but you know how it is.. other things get in the way!

That being said, from tomorrow (1st) until the 7th, I won't have internet access for my computers, so I probably won't be able to update lj, no matter how much I want to! ^^; I'm changing internet companies is the reason why. I wish that I didn't have a gap during this time, but there's nothing that I can do about it. T-T I will still have access on my iphone, which means I can basically do everything aside from lj though, lol. (There just is no way to edit and upload pictures from my phone alone) Oh well. I guess I'll have to find something else to do! (Like work! I am working both of my regular jobs this week, and it's so coooooooold I don't wanna leave the house.)

Anyways... It's hay fever time!! Despite being the coldest part of the year!! For whatever reason, I've been hearing about hay fever coming early (something about the warm summer), so I was dreading it. So when it reared it's ugly head a few days ago, I headed down to the drugstore and voila!!! -------->

Pavlon Bien Capsule S. Pavlon is MEDICINE OF THE GODS, I swear!! I discovered this medicine last year. It stops ALL Of my symptoms. I've lived my whole life with pretty bad hayfever nearly every year, but this and last year, not a thing! As soon as the first itchy eyes come in, I get this and BAM! It's gone!!!! =^______^= Nothing in the US ever worked for me. This is why I like japanese medicine. I have heard from people over and over again that Japanese medicine sucks, but it doesn't. Really, on the contrary, it works wonders!! =^-^=

So anyways... I'll try to keep myself on-track, and see you all in a week! The next how-to-be-a-mangaka post involves making some things, so I will get that together sometime during the break! Ja ne!
 
 
 
ore-samathesundaywriter on January 31st, 2011 02:28 pm (UTC)
I wonder if it's effective for severe sinus problems. I've tried so many... XD

I want some of that cold weather T.T
Hi-chan (火ちゃん)hinoai on February 1st, 2011 12:37 am (UTC)
It's definitely worth a try! It is mainly for nose problems in the first place, at least according to the packaging (^_^)
shin_no_hanabi: conan mehshin_no_hanabi on January 31st, 2011 02:51 pm (UTC)
ooh! i might have to try that!! is it an antihistamine or some other thing..? o.o

ganbatte~ cold weather is tough!!
Hi-chan (火ちゃん)hinoai on February 1st, 2011 12:35 am (UTC)
It is focused on clearing up blocked and runny noses, but I've found that it also has the lovely side effect of taking away itchy and watery eyes and scratchy throat too (^_^)
(Anonymous) on January 31st, 2011 09:21 pm (UTC)
Quick Question (@HD_MikeW)
Sooo sorry to bug you, but I have a question that you may be able to answer for me. Would you know of a reasonably priced hotel in Tokyo that's not too far off from everything (maybe in Shibuya, but not limited to that.)? I'm going to be there in July so I figured a suggestion from someone that lives there would be great. Any feedback would be awesome!
(Anonymous) on January 31st, 2011 09:23 pm (UTC)
Re: Quick Question (@HD_MikeW)
I almost forgot... my email is mwells790@gmail.com (if you're willing to respond you can hit me there) Thank you very much.
Alita: hitomiangelachibayuy on January 31st, 2011 10:55 pm (UTC)
Re: Quick Question (@HD_MikeW)
If you can't get a reservation at any cheap places online (searching shibuya and hotel etc will find it easily) then love hotels are great too. Well, some are more expensive on weekends but on weekdays they are reasonable priced and very comfy.
Hi-chan (火ちゃん)hinoai on February 1st, 2011 12:33 am (UTC)
Re: Quick Question (@HD_MikeW)
Gomen, I am the wrong person to ask. I've never stayed in a hotel in Tokyo before (^_^;)
Alita: hitomiangelachibayuy on January 31st, 2011 10:56 pm (UTC)
Yeah, Paburon is great. I always get that when I have a cold and it is so amazing ^^
소라jeune_fleur on February 5th, 2011 12:55 pm (UTC)
Just wanted to tell you I added you because I found your journal pretty interesting, since I can't send you a PM (^ ^).
Kris B.averagejoe1980 on February 7th, 2011 08:20 am (UTC)
Hi-chan, thank you for finally adding me back. It's been a while since I've been on lj myself, but that's due to some issues I have going on in my life.

Anyway, I know you have several friends, and it's hard to keep up and answer back to all of them, but I'd like to say that I envy you in the fact that you live in Japan. That's my dream country. I love reading your posts and looking at your pictures of the people, places, food, and everything else that you show. It at least lets me feel like I'm there to a little degree.

Due to my health conditions and requirements I find that I will never be able to visit Japan, and the closest I can get is what they claim to be "traditional" Japanese cooking here in the states. I also watch a lot of anime, but I hate the americanized voice-overs. I prefer to read sub titles and leave it with the original Japanese voices. I often find myself daydreaming of going to Japan and going to karaoke bars, talking to the locals, being friendly with them, checking out the highschools (I just want to see if they're like they are in the anime), seeing the sakura blossoms drifting in the wind, and so much more.

It's something I've wanted to do almost my entire life. I tried taking up Japanese but I failed learning it miserably because there's only so much software can do unless you have someone to speak it with. My memory is horrible so there's no way I could learn katakana, hiragana, and the other symbols. I tried getting a penpal from Japan, but whatever site I went to none of them replied or sent a response. The one response I got I wrote back to and never heard anything from them again.

So, all I can do is eat my faux Japanese food, watch my anime, look at your pictures, and daydream about all things Japan. Please, keep posting things, since it's as close to Japan as I can get.

thank you so much for what you do.

*friend hug*