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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.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Let's see...where should I begin? I woke up at 7:30 this morning, got a haircut at around 9:30, hopped on a Shonan Shinjuku Line train and headed for Harajuku, the teenage capital of the world to do some...studying. lol This phrase sounds really weird if you are familiar with the characteristics Harajuku has. Not in a Starbucks, not in a cafe, not in Laforet...the place was the Central Library of Shibuya Ward. Neither of us were a citizen of Shibuya Ward, but its environment was relatively tranquil, compared to the chaos outside.

Well from obvious reasons, we didn't "JUST" study there...that's just way too lame. During our break, we went out on a walk to Omotesando to have a light meal and dessert. The cafe was really fashionable and the food there was just as great.

In total, we were in the Central Library for about 6 hours. Then, we moved along to the University Library in Mita to study some more. With a study-oriented nature, it may sound like a dull day, but for me, it was as special and fun as any other "day".
According to some speculations, tomorrow's apparently going to be just as fulfilling. Yay! By the way, the weather was really weird in my hometown with all the fog...humid, phew.


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