Jan. 2nd, 2011

How will I transport eleventy tonnes of books back to Tokyo?

By borrowing a small sports bag from my mother: it has at most 1/5 of the capacity of my huge suitcase, but because I put all the heavy stuff in it, it feels like it weighs the same. XD;;;

Where the hell are my sunglasses?

My mum invoked Saint Antoine de Padoue and not five minutes later, we found the sunglasses. (My mother is a vehemently lapsed Catholic, but she still believes in Saint Antoine. And it seems that he still believes in her!)

Will I manage to eat some of the delicious poutine I picked up at S&G Fries on the way home, over an hour ago?

I think so, if I ever stop feeling like a huge blob because of all the food and wine I consumed today.

What will Tabitha think of the cat toy I'm bringing home?

Not much, probably.

I could leave my winter coat in Canada, couldn't I? It's not like I need it in Tokyo!

I could, but if I ever manage to make it to Hokkaido in winter, I'll be glad to have it.

Will I remember to take all the vitamins my mother so kindly bought for me?

I'll try. In 2011, let's all healthy eating!

Aare the ketchup chips really necessary?

Yes.

And all the yarn?

Yes.

What will I do on the plane without scissors, when I need to cut the yarn?

Gnaw through it.

Will I again watch 6 movies between Toronto and Tokyo?

Probably not. I'll try to sleep a bit, so 3 or 4 movies sounds good.

What will I do once I get back to Tokyo?

Sleep. After that, my only goal is to have unpacked my bags by the time I go back to work on Monday.

When will I be back in Canada?

A-L has tentatively set a wedding date for May 2012. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, I doubt I'll be back before then.

That's all for now. See you on Tuesday, Tokyo time! ^_^

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