Time really does go quickly, doesn’t it? This year it seems to have stood still but then when you look at the date, you realise it’s still moving, perhaps even more so than normal.
Like most people, I am assuming, we haven’t done much. My days have been spent trying to learn how to bake bread, studying Japanese, cooking new things, crafting and navigating the apartment now my husband is working from home (this is still an ongoing learning opportunity).
I’ve also been back and forth to the hospital with thyroid issues, specifically a toxic nodule goitre, causing me to ...
I have four main outfits that I have been wearing this winter. I tend to wear a grey jumper (unpictured) with the skirt. As I was thinking about my tendency to not vary in my dress, I couldn’t help but ponder on why I’ve bought so much fabric to make new clothes. I’ll tell you something though, you can be assured it’s following a similar colour palette! ...
For my husband’s birthday/our wedding anniversary we went to Fruit Parlour Fukunaga – you can follow them on Twitter here. It was delightful! As you can see, we went greedy!
First up we have a cherry parfait and (large, I think) plate of fresh fruit.
Then the fruit sandwiches which I liked very much. I hadn’t ever had a fruit sandwich before coming to Japan, but now I have delighted upon them, I have become quite fond. You can find them at the supermarkets and conbinis too if you don’t have time to go to a fruit parlour. The ...
I feel like I have a lot of clothes, so I listed them all out and it turns out I have 39 or 47 if you include coats and scarves.
I have decided to keep a track of what I wear for the next month to see if I need all of my clothes and really to see what I actually wear. I have seen/heard a variety of versions of this but for me, keeping track using a list I’ve made seems the easiest.