The thing is, and I've stated this before, I have only so much capacity, and I generally put all efforts towards one project at a time. This wouldn't be so bad if I didn't come up with a new project every day. I just finished my latest quarter of school work. My last paper was an examination of American unconditional foreign policy support for Israel and the resulting consequences...(I know you're begging me to post it cause you're DYING to read something so intriguing, but trust me on this. I'm sparing you.)
In April (seems like only days ago) my good friend Masumi and her boyfriend Scot came to visit. I met them up in Tokyo and then they flew down to see our life here in Okinawa.
It was a glorious spring in the capital city.
Scot and Mas are rapacious foodies, much like myself. Scot came armed with a culinary itinerary that included Kyubei, what is considered the most famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo. They served the nigiri at room temperature which was surprisingly delightful and the subtle flavors were well worth the insane journey to actually find the place (the kindness of Tokyan strangers is not to be underestimated).
The Benito, with a subtle garlic, ginger flavoring was truly out of this world.
Overall, it was a marvelous trip.
The day my friends left, I had a glance at my calendar and realized that from that moment until, oh about 2 hours ago, I had only barely enough time to finish all my papers and finals. So, in a nut shell, that's where I've been.
Now summer is upon us (the humidity fairy has struck) and I'm looking forward to enjoying our last summer in Japan!