Locked out, Rejected, Sushi

In the morning, I took Smart to take Maya-san out for a walk, then, Katya left home by bike for teaching English.

I left the key inside!

I found it out when Katya arrived at the class.  I called her, but it was too late.  There was nothing to do except taking Maya-san for a longer walk; so I did.

Maya-san enjoyed a morning digging very much.

I went to the real-estate office to borrow a master key. At 8:30 AM, I got the key.

I went back to the apartment quickly, left Maya-san inside, and returned to the office to have the key back.

After I finally arrived in my office, I checked e-mails.

I found out an e-mail telling my paper was rejected saying that it lacks a broad generality being too specific. I was surprised because the paper deals with a very fundamental, general aspect.  I was so disappointed, so were the coworkers.

Anyway, I kept working.

In the evening, Katya and I went to Tokube, a sushi restaurant.

Yellowtails are the best in this season.

Okra sushi was good, too.

After the sushi, I thought well, I will try my best anyway.

About Muravej

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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