The remover came 40 minutes earlier. They said they would come at three through four o'clock. I'm sure I could do a lot in the 40 minutes. I was a little angry. I packed things various in hurry. Anyway I finished all by 3:30.
I stayed tonight in my brother's apartment. I was so tired that I could fall asleep easily. I will leave for Kagawa tomorrow by air. Good bye, Chiba.
I went to school. This was the last time before I leave Japan.
I brought 6 CD-Rs that records the pictures I took by my digital camera and the booklets I ever made for E.S.S. I would give them to the member I was going to meet and ask to give them to other members, though 6 CD-Rs weren't enough. I, however, met 6 members today and gave each member one CD-R, asking them to make copies. I was lucky. And they encouraged me to do my best in America. I was so glad.
I had TOEIC IP ---- Test of English for International Communicationm, Institutional Program. It was held in my campus. Some ESS members took TOEIC as well, and we have been studying since we finished the English drama in our school festival.
To tell the truth, I couldn't study enough. I was very busy with visa affairs and I cought a cold. I think my scores will be around the same as the last one. But by taking TOEIC this time I will be able to measure how much my English ability will rise through the life in America of half year.
I went to a dentist in Matsudo. I have four wisdom teeth. I really need to know their condition because the dental expense in America is very expensive. I should treat bad teeth, if I have, before I leave for America. Unfortunately the wisdom tooth on the upper left has a problem, but the doctor said she can't fix it up soon. I will have to wash my teeth so carefully until I get back to Japan.
My American English teacher says, "In America, dentists fix up teeth at one time. An hour one time." She complained that Japanese dentists require their patients to come so many times that they can get more insure. I agree with her. Anyway I hope there wouldn't no problem about my teeth in America.
I cought a heavy cold. I had a fever and woke up many times because of it. On Saturday I had to take I-20 in Ariake, because it is needed on Monday. I went, but it was very cold. I lost a little. This must be the cause.
My body temperature, however, decreased to ordinary in Sunday morning. I should probably stayed home and tried to recover entirely from it, but I took part in Ochanomizu Discussion, which I promised to join in, paying attention to the spread of my cold virus. As I expected it was one of the most wonderful discussion meetings I've ever attended. All participants actively spoke English and the topic "Passion" was very interesting to talk about. To my regret my condition got worse and I couldn't attend the reception party. My friends chose a medicine for me ---- I make it a rule to recover from a cold without a medicine ---- and went home directly.
And today I had to turn in all materials to my visa agent in Shinjuku, one of which is I-20. I went to Shinjuku after I finished a class at my school. It took about one and half hour to go to Shinjuku from my school by train. Fortunately I didn't get a fever this time. I hope the sore on my throat will heal soon.