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October 29, 2005

Happy anniversary

I have been doing this for six months now! Actually it is six months and one day, but I had completely forgot about it yesterday - which I tend to do. I know some people link to their favourite or more popular posts, but nothing springs to mind at the moment so maybe I will do that after one year. Well, the entry about Preyash trying to board a plane with his baby's passport does - but I promised I wouldn't name him, so I won't link to that.

Thank you to everyone who has stopped by and made this part of their Internet life. I hope in the next six months I can improve on things - it should not be too difficult as Kaz tells me I am still not funny or interesting.

Speaking of anniversaries, I should get to the real topic of this post. Because six months pales in comparison to the 37 years that my sister Sandy and her husband Roger have been married. They celebrated that happy day on Thursday (yep, I missed that one too, but only by two days). Happy anniversary!

Posted by Kirk on October 29, 2005 02:46 PM

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happy anniversary, kirk-sama!

i was just reading your autumn/winter to do list. it's so much more complete than my own ("sleep") but i thought i'd mention that the fabulous singing former company president told me that the appropriate changing leaves viewing towns are nikko, then kamakura, then kyoto, in that order, progressing through the end of november.

big halloween plans? i hear ageha is having one hell of a costume party with a million yen prize for the best costume...

tokyorosa

Posted by: tokyorosa at October 30, 2005 09:20 AM

Thank you! I have been thinking about Nikko. I really like it there.

Unfortunately, I have been having a work/lifestyle conflict recently, namely too much of the former and none of the latter...so, leaf peeping has fallen farther down the agenda!

As for halloween, the scary truth is I will be at work. But I am hoping to see some halloween pictures on your site!

Posted by: kirk at October 30, 2005 07:11 PM