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Hi, there!

c49d76d2.GIFMy blog has been transfered here in livedoor blog site.
So I'm new.

Hello!川 ̄_ゝ ̄)ノ

I don't do blogging often but I can use this
opportunity to keep my journal here ...
or not. ^^;

To begin with, let me talk about me myself.
Since I am a mother of two daughters and also a tutor working at home,
it's not easy to juggle work and family.

I wake up at 6:30 in the morning, make 2 lunches for my daughters,
have coffee, do the laundry, vaccume the floor,
and prepare for the classes I have every weekday.
I go to the grocery store to get some stuff for dinner, 
give lessons in the afternoon, cook very quickly, eat what I cook,
and again give lessons in the evening. 
Then I write reports about my lessons, clean the kitchen,
have a hot relaxing bath and finally snuggle into futon.
Oh, what a day!

You must have been bored by now...sorry^^;
But this is my life.
Something invisible get me going, but I don't know what it is.

Now I'm busier than any other time of the year.
I am going to host a big party to celebrate 3 graduates from my school.
I arrange everything from directing dramas to booking a place.
So wish me luck that I will survive this situation.

Do you know anyone who is in a happy relationship?

Yes, I do.
My daughter and her best friend are in a very happy relationship.
They graduated from the same kindergarten, the same elementary school
and also the same junior high school, and believe it or not,
they are going to the same high school from this April.

The most challenging attempt they've ever had was
to pass the entrance exam for the high school of their choice.

They've been pushing themselves so hard together sharing joy and easing up pain.
Sometimes they give pressure to each other, and sometimes
they raise their levels by supporting each other.
It wasn't easy for me to keep backing her up all year long,
expecially in hard times because I was so scared thinking
what if one of them failed.
It could ruin their friendship. I knew both of them were very smart
and hard workers so I really hoped that they would get what they deserved.

On the day of the announcement, my daughter was handed an envelope first,
then her friend was the next. They peered cautiously into it,
pulled a sheep of paper very slowly out of it, checked what it said,
relieved but anxious about the other side, looked at each other,
nodded, smiled, and hugged with joy.

The first word my daughter said to her friend was
"Will you marry me?", and she answered, "Yes" in an instant.
They are not married, of course, but they were so happy
as if they were getting married.


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