Today I spent a good portion of my day at work, which is kind of a bummer since I’m technically on holiday, but at the same time not too bad. Once I get started working it is so hard to stop, hence the reason I’m on my way home now, at around 8:00 on this super cold night. Anyway, I also had to work a bit on the weekend too, but on the side I watched two movies: Lincoln (slow, but interesting), and Argo (good, but super tense). I know it’s a very cliche thing to say, but with both movies I felt so saddened by what humans are capable of–saddened by killing and war.
I also started watching a new documentary “shorts” series with Chad called Crash Course World History. We’ve watched about 5 episodes so far and really like it. You can watch them for free, too, by going to Watch Documentary. (There is also a Crash Course series for biology, but it’s a bit over my head.)
We were able to meet some friends on Sunday for lunch, and one of them took this lovely photo of Kobe Tower with cherry blossoms:
Later that day I saw this pretty cherry blossom wine I might have to try:
And earlier that day I saw dancing dragons in the China Town:
I indulged myself and bought a sparkly Rilakkuma pencil and these adorable socks:
He’s like, “Look everybody! I’m super cute and I’m drinking coffee! Don’t you wish you had coffee?”
And saw these three confused station attendants:
How was your weekend? Is your Monday off to a good start?