Sunday, August 17, 2008

Came back to Japan


Yesterday I arrived to my home at 8:30PM. Of course, first, I called my girl friend! I wanted to tell her all of this two weeks. But there were too many things and I had no idea what I should tell her first.
After talking, I was sleeping for 14 hours! In spite of sleep for 10 hours in plane and bus.

The days we spent in MARYLAND was great! Thank you Joe, Mike, Nikki, Heather, Nina and AGU members! I didn't expect the program would be so awesome!
Someday, I want to go to Maryland and meet with you!

 I don't like writing in English. It takes long long time to write and I can't express my feelings well. But I'll keep blogging in English. Because I want to keep in touch with you and I have to practice English to talk with you more! 


Hiromi said...

Hello, Ryohei!
I'm glad to hear that you came back to Japan safely. :)

It might be a bit hard and take some time to write in English, but it gradually becomes easy as you get used to the way you think and write in English! And trying to write a post on your blog makes you pay attention to every day of your life, and you might realize that there's a lot of things you can talk about here! I think it might be a little easier for you to write in English if you choose to write what you like, that's what I do actually! ^^

Oh, I'm writing too long!
Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading your next post and talking to you at Tapped In. :)

Emily said...

I called my boyfriend too. It took 80 minutes to tell about my trip. But it isn't enough to tell everything about two weeks, is it? Because we had a very good time in America!

Mike said...


thanks for adding me on mixi. Let's cruise on your Honda motorcycle in Japan sometime.



Nikki said...

I'm glad you made it back okay to Japan. One way to tell your girlfriend all about your trip is through your blog. You can look at all the pictures and tell her stories about each day!

Nina Liakos said...

Hi Ryohei! It's great to see you posting! :-)

Have you completely caught up on all your lost sleep now? I hope so!

Hiromi is right: the more you write, the easier it will get. I hope you will continue because I want to hear about your life in Japan!

See you on Sept. 27 at Tapped In!