Late night thought.. Take your step.

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People move on..no matter what happens in life. You can’t hate them..you can’t blame them because life continues and reality jerks us all. Everyone would do the same..believe me..because everyone is tough in their own ways. Coping comes in all of us,just in different ways and different mechanisms.

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33 thoughts on “Late night thought.. Take your step.

      1. I can imagine. How can one start a new life without a mess? Right? You have the vitality and I trust you’ll open up a new that exactly you have wanted. 🙂 My day begin as usual. I have to be careful in answering when a doc asks me that kind of question. You might send me some advice and a bill later, huh? hahaha 🙂 Stay well, doc.

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      2. Thats right Mr Ashiaki. Lif never starts without mess. No i wouldn try to giv u som silly advic n no i don charge any1 for jus talkin..haha. jus wantd to kno..hou u get thru evryday. Do u wak early morning n hav tea..read newspapers..do gardening..or go out jogging perhaps. Stuf lik dat 🙂

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      3. Good relief 🙂 🙂 I’ve never been out for jogging any more since I had that asthma attack. It’s impossible, anyway. I easily get the shortage of breath. Gardening? You must be joking. A square meter of land would cost 50,000 to 200,000 dollars here. I have about 50 centimeters of soil by our house and I planted a hydrangea the other day. I never read newspapers. I know how they write lies. 🙂

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      4. Yes, I like that very much. In fact I loved that so much when I was a kid and I was only doing that instead of what I was supposed to do for school. That’s why my life didn’t go up so high as yours. I don’t regret though. I have to go see a doc now because I have a rather strong pain in my year maybe because of my sinusitis. I’ve go all sorts of things I want to talk about with a doc. See you later. Have a nice day, doc. 🙂

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      5. Sure Mr Ashiaki. Hav a good day. Hoping ur pain goes away. Finaly found something u lik doin. N also are hydrangeas ur best flower? Read that tokyo is one of the most expensiv city..wher do u live? Ok no wories we catch up later 🙂

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      6. Hydrangeas are attractive because of their free-growing strength. Like dandelions, they can grown in a small space of soil even in the cracks between the sidewalk and the road. Pity that they don’t have scent. But they have many beautiful colors depending on the acidity or alkali of the soil. Where do I live? If you have a map of Tokyo, you can see the Imperial Palace more or less in the center of the city. My house is outside of it about a mile to the west. 🙂

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      7. oh you must be very fond of hydrangeas then Mr Ashiaki. You know quite much about them..i amke sure i plant hydrangeas wen i hav my own garden someday esp coz they can grow even in small soil dat u said. or i might just put in plastic can hehe. Oh..U live in Tokyo then..among the most expensive city 🙂

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      8. Tokyo is a city of 10 million people, and it’s impossible to know every nook and corner of the city unless I was a taxi driver or something. 🙂 There are variety of sushi and the sushi you know it as such is the Edo-mae sushi, first prepared as the breakfast for laborers. When Tokyo (then known as Edo) was being expanded by Tokugawa Shogun as the political center in the 17th century, lots of laborers gathered from across the country. They had to start working early in the morning and rice eaten with fish just caught in the Tokyo Bay by only slicing it without cooking was the quickest food they could eat before running off to work. Eventually higher class people noticed and tried the food and they found it very good. It became a popular eat. It was then very cheap, but now it is so widely popularized pushing up the demand and consequently the price ridiculously high – sorry to say. 🙂

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      9. Oh wow intresting history :). um sushi is expensive..oh thats why the meat inside is not cooked tho it is tender. It is fascinating to see sushi as well. i fancy eating it coz it makes me look stylish too hehe. Its healthy i would say..but i don much about those who eat it on bulks everyday coz wouldn uncooked meat creat problems? wat else is a must try dish of japan Mr Ashiaki?
        Arigato gojaimashita for information 🙂

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      10. I always think uncooked meat would cause food poisoning, but as far as sushi is concerned I’ve never heard of any such problem. Maybe it’s because vinegar is used in the preparation. I don’t know about that, doc. 🙂 Tehmpura, soba and many other things you might (or might not) find good here. 🙂

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      11. um..tehmpura i have tried that. i hav tried many things but i don remeber the name at all 🙂 Soba i would definately remember.. Japanese usually hav sea food on their dishes right Mr Ashiaki? So have u tried octupus live one? how about crab? Japanese also have staple food rice nah..and they have saki the alcohol. Ramen is popular too 🙂

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      12. You know so much about Japan. Maybe more than I do. 🙂 I’ve eaten raw octopus in sashimi (raw fish) but never live one. Crab is also good. You should try local saki right in the local place where it produced, I mean saki that doesn’t contain preservative. Sooooo good. I can’t drink alcoholic drinks anymore, though. 🙂

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      13. Um i will surely try one day. its because i read some japanese mangas. and i like kimonos. Um eating live octupus is dangerous they say..few deaths even due to it coz they clos up the airways with their tentacles or something. But then i wud definately like to try prepared octupus and crabs. 🙂

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      14. Prepared octopus and crabs are delicacies. Even better with sake. I’m sure you’ll look beautiful in kimonos. I’d like to see. 🙂 Suffocating from eating live octopus must be manga. How can you eat them alive anyway? 🙂

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      15. hmmm…wen wil i evr get a chance to wear kimono i wonder..They do make women look elegant. haha no..i read it some news or watched in documentries so i thoght so. yes it would be horrific to eta them alive..they would be moving too much and their tentacles will all over the face.hehe. wears of women are kimono what about of men Mr Ashiaki?

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      16. Men have men’s kimonos, but few men wear them anymore. I’ve never worn them. They are not convenient for moving around. I suppose there are places where you can buy Japanese kimonos in London. They may be very expensive, but when you get through with your study and get your license for medical practice there, it must be affordable for you. 🙂

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      17. Um..then i will try. i wil get red kimono perhaps 🙂
        traditional wears are good. i love my trdaitional wear too..but they are no so convinent to be going around tooo..otherwise they make women look preety beautiful. 🙂

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      18. Yes, women are even more beautiful than usual in traditional wears. But I’m not familiar with Nepalese traditional wears. Are they like those of India, I think they call them sari? 🙂

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    1. Yum jane Thank you for such a warm response ^_^!
      M actualy dumb i don kno about al those stufs. How abt i work on it and get bak to u on lik 3days. Sound good? M actualy a lil bit of nowher now so…alil busy i gues. But i wil make sure. I work on it 🙂

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