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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Hai Yoisho

I really wish I didn't have to do this. What I really want is for Elaina to pop up with a small post to let me know that she's alive, or that her move went well, or that she plans on coming to visit me.
BUT WE CAN'T ALWAYS HAVE WHAT WE WANT.

Here we go. Random photos. Hooray.


PRAYER POCKETS!!! Look how full the prayed pocket is!
I apologize for the strange angle of the photo. I had to crouch against the wall of the bathroom to get both pockets in the shot, and then I had to take them with a cell phone. But...Windy will appreciate.
This is a very structured mess, I tell you. The two pieces of paper in the background are a paper from praise time at the AIP camp and a paper from Mike. The paper from Mike is nothing but a checklist of all the things he packed for the AIP camp, and a message on it that says "Florence Helen McNair, I am your biggest fan." Sweeeeeet. The other paper was a praise time activity that had sentences that you had to fill in the blanks for. Our team ended up with "Thank you Jesus for protecting us from OBTHERION. Thank you Lord for loving us through OUR CLOTHES. We feel safe when you HOLD US IN YOUR BIG STRONG ARMS. I love you because YOU'RE MY SUGAR."
The 6 ice cream cone papers are from the time I ate with Shinji at Baskin Robins. And the glowing necklace in the foreground is...yeah yeah.
The french fries in the front are an eraser that were in a set of other food-like erasers in a box that was given me for a present when I was 13, from Ezra and Mary and their kids. One of the most special presents I've ever received. The other erasers were stolen or used away, and only the french fries are left.
And the DISGUSTING bandaid-like thing that snuck its way into the picture is proof of the 6 blood tests I got on June 6th before I joined the FD family.
Hahaha. This is a card I got from one of the kids in my home for my birthday. The best kids ever.
The tentative curtain that seperates my room from the kids' classroom. I always have to yell "Kigaeteru yo!" and they yell back in a totally stoic tone "Hai" and never peek. Such good boys.
Self explanatory.
Hey check it. There's me in a yellow skirt. The kids said they drew a skirt on me since I usually wear skirts. How clever. They drew me holding my AIP necklace and a huge bag of snacks. (Since I won in more than one category, I got a bag twice as big as everyone else. The kids were really proud of me for that.)
My name tag from the AIP celebration. Cryssy asked me to take all the names off the assigned seats in the auditorium, so I saved Tomo and Nao's. Just...cause.
My pencil case. His name is Jack. He used to have a smaller counterpart (some people said it was his wife, some people said it was his child.) named Santos, whom Jesse is now the proud owner of. May their love never die.
MY PIAAAAANOOOO!!!
The watch on my wrist, and the stupid wristband made out of video tape that I still haven't taken off. Bright thing that I am.

6 comments:

Blogger Joan said...

ahahahaha. awww....that was so cute!!!!

10/05/2006 1:53 PM  
Blogger Warthogs Unite said...

I'M your biggest fan!
What's up with that?

10/05/2006 10:11 PM  
Blogger Pon said...

Another one of your Fun posts.
HA

10/05/2006 11:21 PM  
Blogger bassistlikeflea said...

Awww~! Kenny... I miss that guy! Is he still as loveable as ever?

10/06/2006 6:58 AM  
Blogger Florence said...

he sure is. he never understands my jokes but he snorts and laughs anyway. real special kid.

10/06/2006 1:24 PM  
Blogger Marvy said...

i told tomo about the name thing and he responded with his usual "no way" followed by that nervous giggle of his.....
i can't wait to tell nao next and get his reaction.....

10/06/2006 6:53 PM  

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