Today was a slow day. I got up early, fiddled with setting up the website (I finally figured out why it wouldn’t resolve), did my homework, went to class, then rested.
All of the running around from this weekend took a lot out of me.
On the upside, I’m learning a lot in the Japanese language classes at Yamasa. It’s tough, but a lot of fun.
I also managed to get all 500 of my Nagoya snapshots processed in Photoshop. Batch scripts, hooray!
Now I just have to finish going through them all, and figure out which ones go up, and which ones go out. I’m getting rid of the duds. Photo editing is hard for me. I love all of my photos, even the really bad ones.
Food-wise, I find that I’m living off of the convenience store food a lot. Maybe it’s because I’m lazy, but the grocery store is far away, and I really don’t feel like cooking. I’m glad I brought those protein bars with me now. Sweet, sweet instant breakfast.
I learned pretty fast how to spot sodium on Japanese nutrition labels. It shows up as: ナトリウム, which is basically the Latin word Natrium, which means Sodium. If you need to sound it out, it’s natoriumu. Pronounce every consonant and vowel.
I’ll try some more real Japanese cuisine when I hit Kyoto and some of the other big cities. There’s a Denny’s right up the street… that’s looking tempting…
Well, as tempting as a Denny’s can look.