Here Comes The Queen

Just came back from a short jog through the streets of Tokyo after a typhoon (#16). It’s not raining anymore and temperature is perfect (somewhere between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius). Loved every second of it. It’s so quiet and peaceful outside and I really needed a break (listening on repeat to that made me wanna go on some quest instead of finishing my work).

I should’ve taken a photo of empty streets. Instead I can only post a photo of my poor shoes.

hope they’ll be dry by the morning

(Earlier today the same typhoon forced me to buy an umbrella – felt like admitting defeat but it was either that or getting drenched to the skin.)

dripping into my tiny bath

Lose it… It means go crazy, nuts, insane, bonzo, no longer in possession of ones faculties, three fries short of a Happy Meal, wacko!*

I’ve been cooped out indoors all day and I’m running out of things to do. I cleaned the apartment, made and ate a “real” meal, put the trash out, prepared all the details for my new project, worked on the said project, insect-proofed the apartment, rearranged the furniture a bit, saw the typhoon come and go, watched a good movie (Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai), listened to some music, watched ten episodes of an anime series in a single sitting (Servamp), and made two sets of plans for tomorrow (one set for a rainy day and one set for a sunny day). And I’m tellin’ you, if this day doesn’t end soon, I’m gonna lose it.

*Stargate SG-1

I think it’s time for a nice and calming shower. And if that doesn’t help, I’m gonna do the laundry.

Or not: my mom is calling me on Skype! Yay!

It’s not raining! 

And there is a typhoon coming to Tokyo tomorrow, so I refuse to waste two days in a row. And there was a minor earthquake today which made me somewhat uncomfortable. 

So I went underground (no logic here) and am now on the subway to Ueno-okachimachi Station 🙂