“But then the sun came up and reality set in”

Hi hi, it´s almost been a month and for that I suppose I´m sorry, not really but anyhow. There´s just a few days left of summer break, school starts again on Monday and until then I´m swamped with work, I´ve been working everyday lately and I will continue doing so up to and including Saturday.

Sunday will be my one day off before classes start again, a day that will be spent with a trip to an Aquarium with a japanese friend of mine, always wanted to go but my Aquarium plans has always seem to fall through so fingers crossed.

Summer break itself hasn’t really been that spectacular, there were a few sad days but apart from that it´s been okay, busy with work which is good considering that I have a neverending list of things that I want to buy, especially souvenirs and decorations for Sweden. I´m still trying to figure out as of when I should go back, school ends on the 21st of December and Sweden´s spring semester doesn´t start until around the 25th of January, so somewhere in between that window, I could make it home for christmas but that would mean an entire month just doing nothing in Sweden, I think that I´d rather work for a few more weeks here in Japan instead:S Which would mean me missing my first christmas ever..

I always went to see the Odaiba oHanabi with a few friends the other day! My second ohanabi here in Japan, they were both really beautiful and It´s a really great summer tradition.

Ja

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2 thoughts on ““But then the sun came up and reality set in”

  1. Hej igen. Vad roligt att det verkar gå bra med jobbet. Förstår att det är svårt att veta hur du ska göra när skolan är slut! Även om vi kommer sakna dig över jul så ska du veta att det är helt förståeligt om du väljer att stanna kvar lite längre i Japan. Det är ju trots allt jul varje år eller hur? 😀 Kram

  2. Hej hej Sofie, ja när jag väl kommer hem funderar jag fortfarande över, men det blir ialla fall inte till Jul pga Rin, vi ska faktiskt spendera julen i Osaka vilket kommer bli jätte kul. Kram kram.

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