May through the keitai;

May came and went, and I forgot all about it. I bought a strawberry ice cream, and I finished up the last of the marzipan I had gotten as a gift from Norway.

I ate the biggest burger lunch ever in Shinjuku, tasty stuff!

We went to Ueno to look for jeans, and I found another soft serve ice cream. I don’t even like sweets that much, but ice cream is ok.

17th of May (Norway constitution day!) came and went, and I didn’t have much planned, but hung out with this girl. It is probably the saddest day to not be in Norway, since the whole country is celebrating more than Christmas, New Years and Thanksgiving put together. On the right, a random shot from a school bathroom in a dress I just found after not having worn it for 2 years.

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  1. Jeff says:

    I checked out your friend’s blog (the one you linked to in this post), and discovered that you have a fiance now. How did I miss this? Anyway, congratulations and happiness to you both!

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Thank you! We have been together for quite a few years, but I haven’t written much about it on the blog, so it is not strange that you didn’t know! Also, gay marriage is not legalized in Japan, so there will not be a wedding any time soon, since there is simply no point to it as long we live in Japan. Also, she doesn’t want to be mentioned much on the blog, so I don’t have any pictures of her posted here.

  2. Gitte says:

    Anthon Berg-marsipan er så godt! Jeg likte ikke marsipan tidligere, men så plutselig klaffet det forrige jul.

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Det er rart det der, hvordan smaken forandrer seg. Jeg har hørt om mange som har sagt det samme om blåmuggost og oliven, men ikke så mange som har sagt det om marsipan? Jeg har alltid likt marsipan, men jeg er ikke noe glad i søte ting generelt. Det som skjer nå er at jeg godt kan spise marsipan, men kjenner meg rimelig kvalm etter jeg er ferdig å tygge det i meg. Kanskje jeg trenger gradvis tilvenning 😉