I'm sick. Like throat hurting, stuffy nose, weak sick. They thought I had a fever, but it was mostly because my classroom was too hot. Remember how emotionally charged Japanese people will be? Yeah, I kept getting offers to go to the hospital and my boss apparently has the same symptoms that I do so she whipped out like...4 bags of prescriptions and kept offering pills upon pills and I only kindly agreed to something to help with my throat because that shit is really starting to get on my nerves.
English time with the 年少's was fun, I brought in my speakers to play a fun little song on my iPod, that sings about big and small, fast and slow, open and shut, loud and quiet, etc. I underestimated (I just typed that as misunderestimated. Yeah, my English is going to hell.) how loud my speakers were, so I had to shout the words at them, which was fun because kids like loud things and grand gestures and whatnot, but that also did horribly mean things to my throat and I guess I was jumping around too much because I was sweating bullets and out of breath and I think my internal temperature was almost 39 Celsius and this is a horrible run-on sentence and I have to sneeze UGH.
Being sick in Japan is not fun.
What is absolutely fun was the day I spent in Akiba with Grace, Mint, and Lhriza (you're welcome) before my disease took over me. I promisessszzz that will be a really fun post to read; I'm just too tired now. :( Contents include our first time at a maid cafe! Oh lord.
In the meantime, a little treat of what Akiba's like;
|One of these things is not like the other. Oh, and also a dude.|