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Mayumi.K

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Location : Hyogo, Japan
Registration date : 2006-03-10

PostSubject: pic from Japan   Wed 22 Mar 13:23

After our wedding in Australia


Japanese wedding kimono and hair style


It's me on March 19th


View from our living room last fall
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Location : Switzerland
Registration date : 2006-03-20

PostSubject: Re: pic from Japan   Wed 22 Mar 16:53

Hallo Mayuami

Very nice picture. I like to lerrn more about other culture.
At first sorry I learning English since 3 years.
I read the book " Snow flower and the secret Fan". It discribe the story from a woman out China (1900). All her life ( Broken feets and a secret writting...)
Also came by us a film in the cinema " Geisha" it is very intressting but I don't have enough time to see him. I 'll buy it on dvd. On one pic you look a little bit how a Geisha or are you one?

How old are you, do you have children and do you work or what's your apprenticeship.

Regards from Switzerland
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PostSubject: Re: pic from Japan   Thu 23 Mar 13:42

Thank you, Sabin.
I also like to learn other culture.
It sounds like your English is very good to me. Its amazing you can use English like this in only 3 years.
Ive found so many people are interested in Geisha mostly maybe because of the film. Id like to watch Memoirs of a Geisha on rental DVD.
I was wearing a Japanese traditional outfit for a bride and Im not a geisha. Many Japanese put on both a western style wedding dress and a Japanese traditional one at a wedding and a wedding ceremony.
How old am I? Id rather not say.XD I dont have any children yet but my husband and I really want to have. Im a teacher. What do you mean by my apprenticeship? Am I a full time worker or not? Im a part-time teacher.
Would you also tell us about yourself and your beautiful country, Switzerland? And let us see the pictures if its ok.
Have a nice day!
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PostSubject: Re: pic from Japan   Fri 24 Mar 12:12

Hello Mayuami

Thanks for your answer. I'm glad to hearing from you.
My English isn't well but I give my best. Mad

Your instruction are very good I understand all but since 2 ours I try it but it doesn't work. I do all what you whrit untill step 8 and 9 I click on Show .....friens bur it isn't.... Crying or Very sad

I'm unhappy but I'll try it later. scratch confused Question

At the moment I learn English for my " ABITUR" general qualification for university entrance. Since two years I go at the adult evening school and in three month I hope I get my Abitur cetificate.

Do you have a problem with your age? When you have children and between or beside you grow up the next generation. My oldest daughter she has birthday tomorrow is then 17 years old and sshe is taller as I.

Ok I must do a litle bit and I glad to hear from you.
Regards from Switzerland and teh next time I'll write more about my county.
Have a nice time

Regards Sabin bounce
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PostSubject: Re: pic from Japan   Fri 24 Mar 13:36

Thank you very much for your reply, Sabin.

Ganbattene to get the abitur!(please make a visit to my website http://mayumik.seesaa.net/and find what the term ganbattene means when you have time)

>Your instruction are very good I understand all but since 2 ours I try it but it doesn't work. I >do all what you whrit untill step 8 and 9 I click on Show .....friens bur it isn't....
I have no idea what you are talking about. My instruction? Step 8?

>Do you have a problem with your age?
??? Yes, I have a problem with my age. lol!
Happy birthday to your daughter! You are a happy father to have such a healthy daughter. I hope I will be a mom someday.

Im looking forward to reading about Switzerland.

Have a nice weekend. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Sorry for interrupt, but I have a problem in my browsing   Fri 24 Mar 19:36

The picture cannot show normally. I donnot know whether the storage of pic server have something error or my network have been restricted by some orgnazition.
But I guess the pictures should be beautiful.
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PostSubject: Re: Sorry for interrupt, but I have a problem in my browsing   Wed 5 Apr 18:42

heart5 wrote:
The picture cannot show normally. I donnot know whether the storage of pic server have something error or my network have been restricted by some orgnazition.
But I guess the pictures should be beautiful.

Sorry about that, heart5. I'm not sure why that happened but are the other pictures the same? I mean you can't see them?

Hello from neighboring country. Very Happy
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