Tuesday, August 15, 2006

A lump.

I always feel that it is short when I have done something. I’ve read a book which is written about why people feel time is short when they reflect something. The book says we reflect it as a lump. A concept of time doesn’t exist. But a lump like that includes many kinds of things that we experience.
Today may be the last day I can write this blog in Maryland. We will leave here tomorrow. I cannot help feel " thank you" in Japanese "ARIGATO" to people who support us.


Blogger Nina Liakos said...

The "lump" that is AGU in America contains (I hope) many happy memories of classes, activities, field trips and new friends.
I hope you will continue to check the main blog and post to this blog so that we can stay in touch! Thank you too for being part of such a wonderful group.

8/16/2006 1:46 AM  
Blogger Ji Won said...

Hey everyone, This is Ji Won! By the time you read this, you'll be in Japan. I miss you guys already! I hope everyone had a safe and comfortable flight back. I have the album of our pictures posted on my website, so please e-mail me at Jiwonyii@hotmail.com as soon as you read this message. That way I can send you my login & password for the website. Once I have everyone's email addresses, I'll send out a message to all of you, okay? Talk to you again soon!

8/17/2006 1:38 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

The lump concept is pretty interesting, and I can completely agree about it! Now that we look back on the two weeks, it seemed like no time at all.

Thank you so much for everything!

8/18/2006 7:46 AM  
Blogger Kevin Dubblekat said...

Fumi, the Japanese snacks that you gave to me were so delicious and so well packaged! Thanks!

8/20/2006 5:11 AM  
Blogger Kevin Dubblekat said...

Fumi! Such delilcious sancks you gave to me. I shared them with my parents. They make me want to visit Japan.

8/20/2006 5:12 AM  
Blogger Fumi said...

Hello! I'm glad to hear that! I also love this rice crakker. In Japan these are called Senbei.

8/24/2006 1:15 AM  

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