Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Hello! Everyone!

I’m staying in Maryland from August 2 with AGU members. I want to have a good time with mentors and teachers and make wonderful memories. At first, I didn’t like American food. It tastes good, but too oily and big. But I’m getting used to it.

By the way, I went to Pentagon city to go shopping yesterday. I was excited all the time because there were many shops. Perhaps, I went almost all shops with Kana. I bought a lot of accessories. On my way to Pentagon city, I talked with Laura about Hanayoridango2 and Japanese actors and so on. I shouted with Kana on the train. I’m sorry.(;_;)

Today, I took a class in the morning. After that, we went to The Washington Post. I felt happy because Japanese machines were used!! I wanted to see the machine working.


KANA.Y said...

No problem!^ ^
Let's enjoy our staying in the US!!

Berta said...

Hi Megumi,
You seem to be having a wonderful time, that´s great.
It must have been a surprise to know that the machines used at the Washington Post are from Japan. I feel very proud when I know that a product from my country is used abroad. Venezuelan chocolates are somehow famous and I am glad to hear they are used my chefs around the world to make their chocolate creations.
See you in cyberspace,
An English teacher in Venezuela.

Nina Liakos said...

Hi Meg,
Now you need to create a new post for your blog. You can edit your posts, but you should create a new post every day. :-)

Hiromi said...

Hello, Megumi!
I'm glad to see your new post and your picture. ^^ Also, shopping with your friend must be sooo fun, right? It makes me want to go there again!

Dennis said...

Hello, Megumi.

I was happy to see a post on your blog. I also enjoyed seeing your photo!

It sounds like you're enjoying your stay in Maryland. I hope you learn a lot and accumulate many wonderful memories.

I agree with you about the oiliness of American food. Many foods here are also too salty and many other foods here are too sweet!

I didn't really understand the reference to Hanayoridango2, but I did some online research and found the Hana Yori Dango website. Have you seen it?

Best wishes!

Dennis in Phoenix