Sunday, November 19, 2017

How does it feel?

So, it's been a while. I can't believe it's already going to be December soon. Hell, it's going to be my birthday. I completely forgot tbh. I've been busy with work, and only have Sundays off at the moment so I just look forward to Sundays. And I'm counting the days when I have my weekends again.

With it being autumn, I've noticed that I keep playing Citizen. It's been very fitting for my mood lately. Also, Trophy Eyes. Lately, I've just been listening to the same music and not interested in finding anything new.

I've recently picked up an old hobby of mine which is writing. And it is actually going pretty well. I am writing a story for an app and my story is actually getting many reads. I am so surprised but so happy. The last time I wrote anything was in junior high school so I'm amazed I can still write something lol.

Also, I just booked my ticket back to the states. I have already decided this a while ago, but I'm heading back to the states. I don't know if I'm staying there, but I need my sisters. I miss them. So much has changed since I've been gone. I need to be there for them, especially my younger sister. Everything is changing. And I realized I can't be away from my sisters when these big changes are happening. I don't want to be away from them.

And I'm ready for a new chapter of my life. I love Japan with all my heart, and I'm going to miss it like crazy when I leave. But I think I'm ready to leave, ready to figure out what I want to do next.

I know leaving now will leave me with fond memories. So much has happened here, and thinking about it tugs at my heart. I was so happy here and it changed my life so much. I am so grateful for my life here. I met amazing people, and had amazing experiences. I don't know if I'll ever come back, but as of now I'm going to enjoy the last few months I have here.

Sunday, August 6, 2017


Just came back from Cambodia a few days ago, and all I can say is that I'm happy to be home. I love traveling, and Cambodia was so beautiful and fun BUT I love staying home. As soon as I got home, I took a shower, grabbed a bowl of cereal, and watched Game of Thrones.

It's been super hot. I literally just stay on my couch in front of a fan the whole day while watching shows or doing random stuff on the internet. I need to get food because I emptied my kitchen out before I left to Cambodia but every time I try to be productive and take a shower to go out, I end up getting hot and just go back to my couch and sit in front of my fan.

It's literally too hot to do anything. I really can't stand summer. The only reason why I like it now is because of summer vacation, and rather than working in the heat, I rather stay home and marathon shows with my aircon on or fan.

I'll be posting photos of Cambodia eventually! Still need to post the last photos of Miyazaki. Damn, I suck at blogging.

Friday, July 21, 2017

沖縄; part ii

The second part of our trip consisted of scenic drives back down to Naha where we stopped by different beaches and spots like Maeda Cape. Okinawan beaches are defintely some of the most beautiful beaches I've seen. It was still a tad chilly during this time so we didn't go swimming but it was still nice to see. The ocean water is so beautiful and blue.

Next weekend is Cambodia with Shayla!