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Life often revolves around my latest art project whether that be sketching, making movies, or writing novels. Friends are the most important thing in my life (including Jesus) but a close second would be trying to take over the world. My flip side is crazy and outgoing so beware if you see me wearing pink hair.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Elves don't live in Japan

The one thing I really missed during my Japanese adventure was the huge amounts of personal space, cricket calls, and owl cries that make Canadian nights so mysterious. There's a different sort of magic in Japan; beautiful but not the same.

Anyway though life is busy I managed to pull off a Welcome Home party at my house. It was quite successful ... especially the eating icecream and karaoking parts. Here's a few pictures so nobody worries that I'm still stuck behind the Coldstone icecream counter!

My friends learning Tatsuya's pose. Me in about 50 layers of skirt.

Crazy Canadians! We're gonna take over the world ...!

Super D!!!


Blogger Kevlar said...

aw, your friends look so happy to have you back....or maybe it's the premise of free food that their smiling about....hard to tell :)

just kidding, of course :D

4:53 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

Mi-chan! Hisashiburi! Long time no see girrrrl! YOu look kawaii in your thousand layers of skirt! Japanified all the way (^-^)/ looks like fun over there in Canadia, but don`t get too comfortable! you`re coming back here soon!

God bless! Keep in touch yo!

10:32 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

Mi-chan! hisashiburi! Long time no see! You look super kawaii in your thousand layers of skirt... Japanified all the way! Looks like fun over there in Canadia (^-^) but dont get too comfortable! You`re coming back soon!Keep in touch ne!

PS* you might want to change your options for comments so you can stop the spammers from attacking your poor, defensless blogarama :)

10:37 PM  

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