free web tracker soliloquies: 02/05/2006 - 02/12/2006


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, February 10, 2006


Life's just unfair, isn't it?

For some reason, I feel like Alex Hitchens in the movie "Hitch". I wonder why. No, I guess there's no need to wonder at all. Actually, I precisely understand what's wrong, although I'm not going to state it here.

Watch "Hitch", then you'll understand. No, wait. It's probably more similar to the situation Monica, Rachel and Phoebe were placed in when then said "We're good people." in the Valentine's Day bonfire episode of FRIENDS or worse. I totally understand the fact that these actions are not done on behalf of my own good, long will this endless compromising last?? Sigh.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

here i go

I booked my flight bound for New York today. Out of pure coincidence, my itinerary completely matched my itinerary last year with the exceptions of airlines and year of course. Thanks to my friends in the States, I was given another opportunity to visit them in New Jersey this year.

Even though I may seem quite American compared to others, believe it or not, 6 and a half years have passed already ever since I came back to Japan. Nevertheless, we are able to confirm our friendship and because of their courtesy, I was able to spend a wonderful week in Livingston and I will again, this year. I just hope I can at least add a bit more pleasure and excitement to their days off from school.

With my snowboarding trip, February will be filled with fun, excitement and expenditure. lol Even though these trips will cost me a lot of money, there's no other time in your life besides your college years that you have as much money you can spend freely on. Additionally, you have enough spare time that allows you to visit wherever you like, as far as that trip is financially realizable.

Sure, studying is another option you can choose as a consumption mehtod of your spare time and I totally understand the fact that what you study now will bore fruit in your future, one way or the other. Yet, I can't even bear to think of spending a life that's mainly composed of studying at this stage in life when there are countless opportunities, chances, selections and choices. Redundant, but you understand what I'm trying to point out here, right?

Of course, studying could be the choice for some people, but you can study whenever you like in your life. Instead, you can travel all around the globe. You can practice your favorite instrument 24/7. You can try doing stuff that only lied within your imagination. You should do stuff that you can only do while you are in school.

This is my personal opinion and there's no right or wrong to this fundamental question, but I would like to express my thought here on cyberspace for the time being. What do you think? lol

Sunday, February 05, 2006


Cell phone shop I tried out for last Thursday rejected me was a bit shocking. Well, I did bring up certain restrictions that could have had some decisive effects for selection but still, with 120,000 yen of debt, I feel like shit.

With no other selection left, I've decided to try out for this Italian restaurant, located inside Sky Building in Yokohama. This job too, uses weekly shifts which is the convenience I find necessary for student part time jobs. Besides, I've always wanted to become a waiter, as far as I can remember.

Yes, the power of positive thinking.