Completely forgot to update you on the car. It finally has plates! Name of car is MG 6, so I chose the number 6 for the plate as well.
Tomorrow I will be going to Holland by myself as my dad will be admitted to hospital. He will be treated for heart rhythm irregularities on Tuesday before having heart surgery on Wednesday. After the surgery he will not be able to do anything for around 6 weeks seems (as his rib cage needs time to heal). Worried a lot to be honest and therefore decided it to be better to be in Holland for the moral support to my dad but also my mom.
Not looking forward to the flight though….
Well, the new car has been in Japan for quite some time now and still it doesn’t have any plates. I hoped to have plates on the 19th of December, but I was missing some documentation still and thus registration was postponed. I now finally have all documents and the car can be registered.
As the car was approved for the Japanese roads I also decided to have the car’s paint job treated, for pictures, see the following blog:
In Holland with my parents right now. we left on the 20th after staying at Kansai International Airport on the 19th. I went to kyushu by bullet train to pick up sui and then went to fukuoka airport to catch a flight to kansai airport. we arrived a bit before 11 at night, very tired…. needed some stuff from the suitcase that miho took from home by car, but she forgot to bring the keys…. got in the car and went home to get them….. *sigh*
Next day the flight. kids did not sleep on the plane, so very tiring. arrived at 1530 and drove home (I drove) where we arrived after 19, had dinner and then to bed. Next few days jetlag….. Sunday was the big day though, the wedding ceremony. See below a link to the blog of the photographer. Beautiful pictures of a beautiful day (rainy though). Looking forward to see the album already!
Last Sunday it was that time of year again, the yearly play for Sui in her kindergarten. Sui had 2 parts, one in a kimono dancing to some music and 2 sing with her class. Maybe a whole 10 minutes in total, but to be able to see I went by bullet train that morning (woke up at 4!), saw Sui (who was really happy to see me) and then took the train back at a bit after 12. All in all, a very tiring day, but oh so satisfying!
and of course a movie!
and her second part!
and some pictures taken of Mei as well during the weekend to make the whole picture of the family complete!