First, some news. I got that job full time that I've been doing for the past six months occasionally. I officially started this month. So, I am happy. My hours are going to be the midnight shift, so I really shouldn't be jet-lagged. I'll be here in Japan for two weeks or so, so hopefully will adjust in time to go back to work and then not experience jet lag back home.
I forgot to pack perfume samples so I will be scentless for the next two weeks, unless I decide to wear what Naoki has: Terre D'Hermès parfum, Alain Delon Samourai, or Givenchy Insense Aquamarine. I wouldn't mind the Hermès, but not every day. The other two, no thanks.
Since I last posted, I bought a bottle of 10 Corso Como.
Yesterday, Naoki and I went out for tonkatsu. Today, we're going out for hitsumabushi. Seriously, I'm trying to diet.
Somewhat interestingly, yesterday I was on this social web site, and this guy started chatting with me. He lives in Yamagata-ken, teaching English on the JET Program. I mentioned that I had been on the JET Program for three years. He's a young'un -- 25 years old. It wasn't until I woke up jet-lagged in the middle of the night that I realized that I had started working on the JET Program in 1989 -- the year this young feller WAS BORN.
Yikes! I am getting old.