Late autumn

Leaves are falling down from the trees in the garden in front of my office building.

I finished revising the paper and have sent it to the society by e-mail.

For dinner, I cooked fettuccine imported from Italy with a basil source.  The dish was a bit too salty, so having  Chilian Merlot was not a bad idea.

During diner, Katya told me that one of the teachers in her English school is quitting because of the administration issues.  She was really upset.

I recommended Katya to invite her once to our apartment.

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Hello! I am a scientist running apartments in Tokyo and Yokohama. If you are willing to live in Japan, please get in touch.
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One Response to Late autumn

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    You know – Autumn is perhaps my favourite season… but there’s also something distinctly sad when the leaves start falling, and time marches inevitably towards a cold winter. In Sapporo, there is at least a transformation into a winter wonderland (I love snow).

    Chillean Merlot – this is a good thing about Japan. You get drinks from all over the world. When you come from a major wine producing country, it’s always difficult (and hard to justify) buying wines from anywhere other than your own home!

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