So, it would seem I have an admirer of sorts. I've recieved two packages thus far from a yet unnamed suitor. At first I thought the initial gift might have come from Sakuma-san, as he seems prone to those kinds of things. However, his lack of physical presence, and the fact that the gift was definitely lacking Sakuma-san's personal flair.
That and, as affectionate and adorable as you are, Sakuma-san, I really don't see you signing your gifts labeling yourself as someone's "Greatest Love".
At this point, whoever this person is seems to be harmless, not exactly stepping over the boundaries into "stalkerhood" as far as I know.
I suppose it was bound to happen sooner or later.
To anyone who's either lived, or spent an excessive amount of time overseas, Happy Easter!
I realize that some of you may not know what Easter is, as it's nearly nonexistant here in Japan due ot the lack of commercialability to the adult public.
Still, everyone try to enjoy a little chocolate today, even if you don't exactly know why. :)
So, it seems that the illness that has been tearing it's way from one end of the rEvolution building to the other has finally met up with yours truly. I suppose it's my own fault. As attractive as those adorable little white face masks were, I never really considered partaking of them. This...cold seems to wander its way through the entire building at least twice a year, but this is the first time I've actually found myself pummeled by it.
As it is, I'm being cruelly forced to take a few days off from work due to a minor...mishap that occured earlier today. Nothing serious, I promise, but I've been banished from the building for at least two days for my own health. At the point I'm being bombarded by the most awful tasting medicine known to man. I wish more physicians would take the "Princess Bride" approach to medicine and chocolate-coat everything.
I'm glad to hear that people are returning to Tokyo safely from their travels. I hope to hear from many of you soon, once I'm far less contagious. I do hope you all manage to steer clear from this cold. Or, at the very least, have less sadistic pharmacists.
Sanata Akito here, top writer for Tokyo's best and brightest music magazine, rEvolution. Please feel free to comment, I always enjoy hearing from others, especially fans!
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