Yesterday my family and I attended our communities Halloween event. It was a first for the community to hold an event for Halloween so we wasn’t sure what they would do or how it would turn out but we dressed up and tagged along for the children.
Hey readers how’s it been?
Don’t worry this won’t be another update post. In fact this will be a kind of diary of what I did last week for my birthday celebrations.
In my last update post I said I was going to write a book review but I can’t really write a review as I haven’t finished the book I was reading.
Once again I’m going to write a blog on why I haven’t written a post in a long time, and the excuses this time is the same; busy, busy, busy…….
As I’m a British Expat living in Japan my feeling towards the result of the United Kingdom leaving the EU is far less devastating or wonderful than those who actually live within the UK or the European Union as expats themselves.
On the 27th of January, 1868, an army of Shogunates marched on towards Kyoto. This march would lead to a bloody one year war that would end the Samurai in Japan.
Continue reading The Last Shogun – The Start of the Boshin War
Well it’s been a few weeks since I’ve written a blog and what a few weeks they have been.
Just yesterday my wife took our oldest boy to have an ADHD test at our local doctors. The doctor who ran the test was a specialist in her field and was asked to come in from another hospital.
The Japanese will put on face masks to prevent the spread of influenza and any other winterly virus that is floating around.
What a hell of a week I have had and the worse part of it was that I ended up paying over 2 and a half grand on a broken toe.