free web tracker soliloquies: 01/16/2005 - 01/23/2005


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Friday, January 21, 2005



la-la land

After spending a day and a half in la-la land, nearly killing myself from drinking way too much, way too short the day before yesterday, having a full day of headache, nausea, fever and dizzyness, which resulted in me actually missing MUN I've anticipated for yesterday and being all melancholic and blue in my French class today, I've finally realized some critical facts, thanks to my friend's advice.

Hello reality, I'm back!

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

sleepless in seatle

Yes, one of the part time jobs I applied finally gave me a reply. I'm supposed to get an interview on Saturday. 1000 yen per hour. Not bad, eh? I can finally earn money to spend besides my "otoshidama" in New York. Yippee!

After that mail woke me up this morning, I watched the movies my friend rented from Tsutaya. He made some great choice this time. There was this movie called "Sleepless in Seatle", featuring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan(like "You've Got Mail") that I really wanted to watch, seeing a wrap up or something on TV. I didn't note him about this fact, but he chose it anyway! You're the best, I really enjoyed it.

The movie I saw in my Japanese class, "An Affair to Remember" helped me understand the movie even better. And...that kid, Jonah. He's soooo sweet! lol

I love the movies with Tom Hanks. He was voted the most favorable actor in the States just recently. He's just great! I feel like watching "You've Got Mail" again. Maybe next time. lol

Monday, January 17, 2005


I had to go to school just for homeroom today. I'm dumping 2000 yen just to go to school to get some prints and other craps they hand out. Technically, it's my parents' money, but with all these 2000 yen flying out of their account, it should make my parents' cry, so I'm saying it for their sake.

I was expecting to get my TOEFL score back today, which is something I've been anxious ever since I took it. Well, they didn't. It's not their fault, but it's a nice addition to the "pissed offness" I'm getting from me having to go to school for no particular reason, without any thing to learn or earn. Hey, that rhymes.

What's more, this irregular time schedule is screwing up my "body clock". I leave me house at around noon, which gives my lifecycles negative effects. I can sleep late, but it also makes me stay up late. Even if I do wake up as usual early in the morning, I have nothing to do. I can't go out, because school is smack in the middle of the day, making me unable to do anything in the morning nor the afternoon.

With all these demerits, I would just love to do whatever I want not going to school, but my recommendation...I wouldn't dare.

Sunday, January 16, 2005


Time has come for us to say goodbye. Yeah, they're gone now. My mom and I drove them to Konandai Sta., the rendezvous point school specified us to bring them. We exchanged address/e-mail address, so we could keep in touch. They said they would come again next year...they may, really. You guys are always welcome! :)

They probably are in Tokyo now, sightseeing. E-mail us when you get back to Sydney, promise!