Today, Katya went to the Russian Embassy in Tokyo to renew her passport.
Before taking the train to Tokyo, she took Maya-san out.
I came back home for lunch and took Maya-san out again.
In the afternoon, Katya sent me an e-mail saying she felt good and cheerful in Tokyo.
I like Tokyo, too. More precisely, I love big cities; the bigger the better.
“So Tokyo is better than Kofu, isn’t it?”, I sent back.
“They both have their own charms.”, Katya replied.
Especially after the earthquake, Katya started saying that Kofu is not such a terrible place. I do not think Kofu is terrible or horrible, but it is boring. Well, if Katya likes where she lives, why do I have to complain?
At 5 PM, I came back home and took Maya-san out for 40 min. After the walk, I gave her dinner. Then I went back to the office.
Katya came back home before 7 PM from Tokyo. I arrived home from school at 8 PM.
After dinner, we took Maya-san out together at 9 PM for a reward for having kept our apartment.