Takashi Morinozuka Shrine
August 18th, 2009 at 8:47 pm
“-There are times when special people come into our lives and stay for awhile and leave nothing but footprints as they go- footprints are the memories we once shared with them that changed us forever.”
Life is just like a continuous cycle where in we proceed to the next stage in a never ending quest to explore more of what it has to offer. I feel very lucky to have lived my highschool days with the friends I have now. To have spent a few years of my life with them has been very rewarding and now that I am moving on to the next chapter of my life, I will forever be grateful for everything that they have shared with me. For the camaraderie, the wonderful times and the experience—-
unn.. I guess this is enough- for now. It’s still too short but I will add more words later. I’m trying to write my Thank yous and I have not come to any good “speech” – if I may call it that -as of the moment.
Mitsukuni and I are about to graduate soon un.. I do not know what to feel or what to do. I am happy of course, but parting ways and saying goodbye had always been a difficult thing to do… It’s not easy.
There is only one thing right now that I am quite sure about.
I will miss them…
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June 2nd, 2009 at 7:27 pm
Time changes a lot of things. It’s been quite awhile now that I have updated this Journal. I’m truly sorry for leaving things hanging and disappearing like that. I hope you accept my sincere apology. I hope that it will not occur again. Again my apologies.
Anyway, moving on it seems that I have become good at it. I mean apologizing. It’s all that I ever do these days since I cannot seem to do anything right. This is seriously distracting me from what I am doing. An internal dilemma perhaps but then I have no idea why I am being this way. I do not even have the slightest clue why I am having an internal dilemma. Haha. Perhaps I am making it all up in my head and maybe I’m thinking too much. Stressful, isn’t it?
I practiced Kendo the other day but I retired early and decided to go to a Music store to buy myself some new CDs. I did not know what came up to me but I just had the urge to buy some classical music for myself. I am not really a fan of classical music but I often hear people say that it helps you calm down and it’s a great way to relieve stress. There’s no harm in trying, right?
I also bought other CDs from other artists. Some of them are from the bands that are currently famous nowadays. I am feeling that everyone is so into them these days. I bought a CD for Mitsukuni too. It’s also classical music. Ballet music to be exact.
Is it okay to give him that? The compositions are good anyway. They’re whimsical and playful! Hahaha. Pardon.
Well there isn’t that much since to talk about so I guess I’ll be writing up to here…
Eto jaa, ki o tsukete nee.
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October 13th, 2007 at 5:36 pm
I have been preoccupied with a lot of things lately. It’s not that I really don’t have the time, I guess if I am just that diligent enough to keep track of the events then I could have done that. Sadly, I’m not. During the last 2 weeks, Mitsukuni was assigned to make a bird house. Frankly, I was having doubts about him being able to accomplish it. It wasn’t the thing that he would normally do.
I got a tool box and some wood for him from the workshop. I set up the pole (where the birdhouse would be placed on) and did the hammering since it would be quite dangerous for Mitsukuni to do that but the rest he did it himself. Well, except placing the birdhouse on the pole I set up. He was having a hard time on that.
I had a good time.
Note to oneself:
I still didn’t thank Haruhi for the keychain and the note…
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