Today I went to Hachinohe again with a few new friends. Jan and her husband run Hospitality House here in Misawa. Jan's daughter in law, Susi, and Deborah, a lady from chapel, joined us. We had a great time.
I've been wanting to try out an organic restaurant I keep hearing about. It is the very restaurant Jan planned to take us to. Yumm...
We went to Toys R Us, had lunch and went to a store that is like Bed Bath and Beyond. I found real futons, but didn't purchase any. I also found a low Japanese style table that I think will match our table. Connie, another new friend, told me last night that she planned to get one for extra seating when entertaining. What a GREAT idea. We got back home about 4:00. I ran a couple of loads of laundry and here we are.
Jan and Rick asked the city to put up a sign that said "dead end" on their street. ::snort:: Read it carefully...I know it's blurry, but it's too good not to share.
Deborah says that they release new flavors every few months and they don't stay along long.....we're having fun experimenting.
Jan told me about a new class for taking Japanese lessons...once a week....but in Hachinohe in the evenings. I need to figure out if I the winter drive is doable...the price is certainly right: Y4,000 a semester.
~ Coram Deo ~
Living all of life before the face of God...